Originally Posted by mikeperez23 Pino Silvestre
by Silvestre (first time from a sample - thank you S!)
Can you believe I've never smelled this? I like it a lot, although I went easy on the trigger because I wasn't sure it was going to give me a head ache or not. It didn't. Next time I'll apply a bit more. This one easily wears as nice as Blenheim Bouquet
, at a fraction of the price (Foustie - have you smelled this?). No wonder this ones been around forever. I look forward to wearing it again.
oh thats what my dad used to wear
, its really smelling like a pine tree
its proper, unmistakably masculine scent
and very cheap(if my daddy wore it haha)
today i was testing Jubilation 25
ext., oh not another Amouage i love! really love it, i sniffed it first time when i discovered scents, and could not go over that smoky bitter notes at the opening!
Ubar was my thing....
now after a year or more, its gorgeous, classic with modern feel to it!! i love it how it goes from smoky to sweet-floral, how its complex but not animalic, and how its dense but fresh, dancing on the edge to fall to soapy
on the other hand 1740
!!! one woman came to me when i asked for a spray asking me what did i try that it smells so good
and it does, its sweet, sweet,everlasting flower, spiced up like with cinamon, marketed to men but its very femme with those sweet elemis!
i had to try CDG as well , it really smells like some natural medicine
, i love it for its weirdness!! it doesnt have perfume structure but i like the idea, a perfume with purpose
not only to smell good but to heal
i treid one spray of 1969, but it stood no chances among all others on my hands!