Originally Posted by Le Grand Duc
For what it's worth, said from a man who couldn't care less
if a scent is too feminine or not, yes; it's most deff male-
friendly. The opening might turn some men off, but it has
the nicest woody drydown, fit for a man!
Yes, I used to find (when I wore it in the 90s) the woodiness and the spicy cinnamon, too, on the masculine side. It was a departure for me from the usual florals I wore back then (e.g., Gardenia Passion). And I loved that about it. I think it's fairly gender-neutral in terms of fragrance stereotypes, perhaps a tad sweeter than a typical masculine, but not by much.