Kiehl's Musk is a filthy musk scent, but I love it. I don't wear it, but I appreciate it.
Maybe this scent deserves a little more mystique than it gets. If it had more of a daring, evocative name than Kiehl's Musk, who knows? Its kind of funny because I think of Richard Kiehl who was the caveman in the MST3K spoofed classic "Eegah!"... And there is something a bit caveman about it.
Well, not really caveman I guess-- but still dirty. I smell Kiehls and I picture the early 20th century. Guys and gals. Roaring 20's. Something like that.
I also get that dark rose note, which is nice. I really wish I could pull of Keihl's musk or any musk for that matter, but I think it takes a certain "something" to pull off.