Originally Posted by petruccijc
Well at least they didn't name it Cool Water Champion.......
@ petruccijc : bwhahahaha, I'm with you there!
@ general public:
I will not judge this one just yet, at least not until I try. I always say to myself: ˝they've created Zino˝. One other not bad from Davidoff is Silver Shadow private, quite solid oriental en par wit la nuit del homme. This house is capable of creating a good fragrance but they just lost somewhere on the road and rediscovered it with Adventure that didn't impress me, Adventure fraiche wich I really like and SHP already mentioned.
This dumbell thing - it's so diesel and waaay too mainstream. I like a good barbell and dumbell workout, I workout on the regular basis, but the bottle is kind of cool and yet it is tacky too. Bottle is implying - guy with the muscle will wear this, and we usually picture this butch as someone who has a low vocabulary, don't know shit about history and math - he simply is, he da man and he gon' wear this.
The bottle itself is in fact the marketing here. Doesn't mean that the juice will be bad, it might just happen it'll be really good, but because of the bottle a lot of ppl will be put off, yet mainstream raging teen gym hormones will raid the stores for this - merely because of the bottle. Puzzling how much the ambalage works for ppl in socio-psychological way. For instance - what if the bottle was no way near to this design, would the scent be percieved differently? The answer is YES. What might happen is that we have a good quality juice easily discarded because of the tacky bottle design, but yet again bottle or no bottle, juice might be utter nauseating crap but the bottle will justify its crappiness much better. Of course scepticism is justified for we've seen and smelled generic crap lately from houses we thought we could not smell such...and they have really appealing bottles too.