No.88 is superb.
The goodness of geranium, rose and sandalwood.
I scrubbed this off a couple nights ago....gag me with a british spoon, like totally...This leaves all the boys and girls in the world who like this fragrance to be attracted by it.
Your nostrils, which will dilate immesurably in unspeakable contentment, in motionless ecstasy, will ask nothing better for space, for they will be full of fragrance, as if perfumes and incense; for they will be glutted with complete happiness, like angels who dwell in the peace and magnificence of pleasent heaven.
(From Maldoror by Comte de Lautreamont)
It is a projection monster though.... never have I smelt a cologne on my clothes a week after spraying!!! I kid you not!
I think it's fantastic. The title suggested the question was about the strength of the juice. I experience it as an EDT not EDC but no monstrous projection or longevity save for the opening.
I like it, and thought it projected and lasted much better than a normal EdC. I'd like to smell the vintage stuff sometime to see if there's much of a substantial difference between the two.
I'm still scratching my head at the "goth" and/or "dark" associations that are paired with this one though.
Have to get a sample of this one.
If Ozzy wears it, it's gotta be good.
Rose and sandalwood. A great fragrance.
Is the juice worth the squeeze?