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    Default Re: Is Silver Mountain Water too light?

    Longevity is moderate. Another Creed that people seem to smell longer than I do. This takes the number 14 spot on my Creed list.
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    Default Re: Is Silver Mountain Water too light?

    Yes.
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    Default Re: Is Silver Mountain Water too light?

    I am in my third bottle (4.2 oz) of SMW and I have 3 more in my "little stash", so I do have experienced SMW for a long time and in different batches, and it lasts all day on me. So the only thing I can think for those that say that it doesn't last long is that they get olfatory fatigue and do not smell it any longer, but that does not mean the fragrance is not there anymore. So, to answer your question: No, is not light at all.
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    Default Re: Is Silver Mountain Water too light?

    SMW is nice. Bond Andy Warhol Silver Factory takes the same scent and puts it on blast.

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    Not my current bottle. It's ambergris heavy, upfront then the dry-down is light but that transforms yet again into an ambergris heavy scent again.

    The tester was like that at the store, but after having a smaller bottle before, I thought it was just an anomaly - mine was like the tester. After the initial notes, it does become the scent I love.
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  6. #36

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    Quote Originally Posted by shadidahs View Post
    SMW is nice. Bond Andy Warhol Silver Factory takes the same scent and puts it on blast.
    You sure about that? Checking the notes on Silver Factory in the directory, it doesn't seem to bear much resemblance to SMW. I definitely don't get any incense, nor wood resins or cedar in SMW.

  7. #37

    Default Re: Is Silver Mountain Water too light?

    Its light as Mike Tyson is sane.

    For me its thick and inky with a deep ambergris base. I get very good longevity with it and decent acceptable sillage. I never got how people called it light.

    I can get all day longevity on this guy. It does cause olfactory fatigue pretty quick though.

  8. #38

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    Thats how it is on me. I'm afraid I kill people with it when I wear it.

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    Default Re: Is Silver Mountain Water too light?

    Goes to show how important it is to let your own nose be the judge and maybe those who smell it on you. 50/50 opinions rarely serve more than a starting point of what to try. (not necessarily what to buy imo)

    For me it doesn't work at all.

  10. #40

    Default Re: Is Silver Mountain Water too light?

    Quote Originally Posted by Kerosene View Post
    I love the scent. But I get about 4 hours max on my skin.
    Exact same for me on both counts.

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    Default Re: Is Silver Mountain Water too light?

    i like SMW a lot but the bottle i've bought has some serious longevity issues.
    Maybe it's just my bottle but for that price i don't know if i would gamble again...

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