I did try it, and I did buy it. I think it is an incredibly complex fragrance for something that goes for about $8. While it is "leathery" (whatever that means, I think it actually means it smells like saddle soap) and a bit rustic at first, but it moves on with a more mellow drydown with a touch of vanilla or amber or something, lurking in the background. One would almost feel it not worth the time and effort to study this very deeply, but odd as it seems, this is a very interesting fragrance for men who like unabashedly masculine fragrances. In the end, it does have a touch of the original Clubman "house scent", and it also reminds me somewhat of Trumpers Spanish Leather, but the Trumpers is a bit milder. If you buy it over the Web, it's strange because shipping almost doubles the price. It would be better to find it somewhere and get if for half off, which I didn't. Longevity is pretty good, but it becomes a skin scent after awhile.