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    Default Iceberg Fluid Man experiences?

    I bought this blind based on a distant Sephora memory. My memory was off but the blind buy was a success. It's a completely floral opening, very different from my other men's scents. In some ways, I find it a brighter (obviously not as well-made) version of CdG 2. Not as dark or mysterious. The opening reminds me a bit of Creed's Acier Aluminum. I get a bit of that fruity/floral bubble gum effect.
    However, what surprises and pleases me about this scent is how it changes from that floral opening quickly to a dark, serious tobacco and amber in the middle. The base is very pleasant and comforting--and masculine--too. I can't judge the sillage but longevity is decent.
    Overall, a good value. A very interesting scent so I'm not surprised that I read a lot of good views on Iceberg Twice from this house. Here are the notes:

    Top: Freesia, Magnolia.
    Mid: Indian Spices, Tobacco, Amber .
    Base: Patchouli, Oakmoss, Vetiver, Ebony, Beech.

    What are your experiences?

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    Default Re: Iceberg Fluid Man experiences?

    I like the scent too but it not really like here at Basenotes. I have read reviews that its gross/evil scent and others that it has not lasting ability.

    I find it a unique sweet oriental very opposit to Twice and just as long lasting as Twice too.

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    Default Re: Iceberg Fluid Man experiences?

    The name makes me giggle. Fluid Man.

    hee, hee...

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    Default Re: Iceberg Fluid Man experiences?

    Quote Originally Posted by mikeperez23 View Post
    The name makes me giggle. Fluid Man.

    hee, hee...
    haha! me too.

    at least it's not Secretion Man!

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    Default Re: Iceberg Fluid Man experiences?

    I own Fluid Man - don't wear it regularly, but it seems to be colder weather when I do wear it.
    The florals don't scream or anything, and I detect an interesting slightly metallic tang as it develops. Easily worn by women as well as men, fluid or otherwise.

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