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I bought a bottle recently and it is now Kenzo Homme rather than Pour Homme. I thought I initially smelled a difference from the original Pour Homme fragrance but after a few sprays I was unable to spot any change.
If I were you, I'd just go ahead and buy what's available. If it has been reformulated I can't tell and it's an amazing scent.
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Ok, now this is where I really struggle: trying to describe this scent.
When I first sampled it, I didn't like it. AT ALL. It smelled very alcohol-like, synthetic and harsh.
After numerous sprays I found it became extremely addictive,principally because it is so unique. I honestly think iit smells like nothing else out there. When I hear comparisons with Cool Water or other aquatics I just scratch my head. It's not on the same planet in my book.
Anyway, whatever description I give will not do it any justice. Bear that in mind. The initial blast is a little harsh but quickly dries down to a seaweedy, sea-breezy,iodine floral which feels mmm...fresh and mysterious. Then the sandalwood and bamboo rubber comes in. And stays. And it's this rubbery note that is real love/hate territory. I love it. It becomes creamy and rubbery and woody and sea breezy altogether. Powerful longevity on my skin. All year round scent for me. Not a signature scent as it's just too damn odd, but I wear it very often and have been through 2 100ml bottles.
I would suggest try before you buy as some really don't like it, but for me - total masterpiece and utterly unique.