Out of five !
Originally Posted by Russ
2 out of what? 4, 5?
If it consoles you, Kouros got the same two. But then - what do you expect from somebody who keeps repeating that fragrances for men have generally been made without inspiration, and at low budgets, and that he does not care for them at all!
Nevertheless, it might have been a nice service to his readers, if he had commented on Polo DB briefly. If guys are told that Black is weak, some might hope that Double Black is not. He should have told those the full story. Instead he wastes precious space to reflect on a French feminine perfume he finds chic, and to bash Polo which celebrates it's thirtieth birthday this year!
This one looks back on a very successful history, also in Europe, and together with Kouros it's one of BN Outstanding Hundred (most reviewed).
What a venomous birthday cake this is ! "Polo Green... burned out its aesthetic viability in part because of its determined, semi-militaristic vision of what constitutes a male fragrance. ...stylistically it was
[not is?] a sort of “eau de French military academy.”
Scent Notes 07-02-08