When CPM was reformulated, Mr. Polge took much of the oakmoss out of the scent and replaced it with a musky-powdery base that is most pronounced in his concentree version. I can hardly detect any oakmoss and to me, CPM has become a linear citrus-aromatic as opposed to a classic mens chypre. He added the same musky-powdery base to the concentrated version as well as no. 19 poudre. To me honest, the scent is now too powdery for my liking. CPM is sadly not what it used to be.
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4/7/12 at 7:06pm