It does smell great, and no doubt about it, it is a classic! *I might wear it a little now if I didn't wear it so much in the 80s. *I think there are some guys here who swear by it. *And the name...Drakkar Noir...it was probably one of the original blacks, as opposed to the new wave of black fragrances.
Here's one pyramid for it:
Top notes: Artemesia, Bergamot oil, Green Note, Lemon, Rosemary
Heart notes: Basil oil, Cardamon, Cinnamon, Fern, Jasmine, Pine Needle
Base notes: Amber, Cedarwood oil, Leather, Moss, Patchouli, Sandal
To analyze it, I think the notes that stand out most to me in combining to make the "Drakkar Noir scent" are the wood, moss, patchouli, jasmine, and a bit of the pine needle and herbal notes. *I guess the cinnamon and the jasmine sweeten it a little. *And the fern helps too!