Well I bought it at TPC and either it has gone bad or perhaps they mixed up the names. Others have mentioned that Yohji Homme (1999) is a bit anemic. So now I am totally confused.
Originally Posted by Off-Scenter
I'd consider it a safe blind buy only in that you're certain to be able to unload the bottle easily if you don't like it. I have an issue with anosmia/habituation with this scent: I can't detect it on myself after ten or fifteen minutes, no matter how much I apply.
Given some of the previous posts, it would appear I'm not alone in this...
Originally Posted by Bigsly
If you love everything licorice, then if you get it for a good price you can always swap it off if you happen to dislike it. I found Lolita Lempicka au Masculin Fraicheur to be close enough (I actually like it more), so I sold off my bottle of YH. Also, if you are a "power frag" guy it might be a bit weak for you.
Originally Posted by actiasluna
I had the same problem in cooler weather with YH... it just went POOF. In warmer weather though, at least on my skin, it stays around a little longer. Not an all-day delight, but 4-5 hours I'd say.
Originally Posted by Renato
Many years ago, it was a big hit on this forum. I think it's really good, but thought it was only good for three or four hours. Others claimed it lasted a lot longer on them.
[QUOTE=Zizanioides;1866559]I wouldn't go in for a blind buy of it. It is an excellent gourmand influenced aromatic fougere but, as Dullah pointed out, the longevity isn't much and I find it a touch too shy and retir