+1, though I think it's masculine enough not to be called uni-sex.
It's an awesome and highly original gourmand with a masculine creme brulee accord.
Here my review from last April:For me this is a perfect oriental/woody spicy like fragrance being almost gourmand. I never smelled Tom Ford's TV so I cannot compare.
Woody notes (cedar) mixed with some dry vanilla/creme brulee accorded by amber and patchouli. The vibe it gives me is very sensual, luxurious and expensive.
I never smelled anything like it and for me it's the best by Baldessarini followed by the way less original Ambre. I do not consider it uni-sex at all but women are of course free to wear this gorgeous stuff! Sillage is average and longevity is above average (the scent lingers around you for hours!). Best for (cosy) evenings, dates (women adore this) and formal occasions.
Originally Posted by AntonPan
Strictly Private is an awesome scent, beautiful, with a good sillage and longevity. A bit feminine though... It could remind of Tobacco Vanille.
CK Eternity Aqua is awful, unfortunately.