I bought a bottle of this vintage stuff off ebay hoping that since it had a wood top on the bottle I might get something close to English Leather but perhaps closer to what it used to be like. Well this stuff is rather interesting. It is basically a strong mixture of Leather, caramel, wood and musk. The opening lasts and lasts, strong leather and wood with a hint of caramel (just that subtle hint of it, but well overpowered by the leather). Eventually (it was several hours) the Leather finally subsides to a woodsy musk but overly heavy on the wood. Smells too outdated in my opinion, something strictly from the 1970s. I'd picture some old guy at a gentleman's club wearing something like it. Interetsing experience though. It wouldn't be so bad if it wasn't so in your face with the leather and it subsided sooner.
Thanks for this! Something to add to my "avoid" list.
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