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  1. #1

    Default Minotaure question

    I tried it and liked it. For what occasion do you consider it to be? Seems rather warm, a bit woodsy, yet somehow clean, it is not dirty. I would not use it in summer, but all other seasons definitely. It is hard to obtain it, but there are two perfumeries in Zagreb wich hold it in limited numbers (always only one or two).

    Can you ppl tell me a bit more about it?

    Tnx in advance.

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    I consider it as warmer and more sensual sensual citrus fragrance to be casual, I sense some similarities with Roma Uomo, although not very pronounced, it might be suitable for day-wear occasions during the warmer days of spring and autumn, it has that quite versatile kind of notes which project greatly both during warmer and cooler weather

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken_Russell View Post
    I consider it as warmer and more sensual sensual citrus fragrance to be casual, I sense some similarities with Roma Uomo, although not very pronounced, it might be suitable for day-wear occasions during the warmer days of spring and autumn, it has that quite versatile kind of notes which project greatly both during warmer and cooler weather
    Thanks Ken, you're not the only one mentioning Roma Uomo when it comes to Minotaure. I've never tried Roma Uomo, though - it is supposed to be ˝lesser Minotaure˝.

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    I get a sorta sharp candy vibe from Minotaure. To me, it feels casual.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kerosene View Post
    I get a sorta sharp candy vibe from Minotaure. To me, it feels casual.
    I agree with this Kenzo Power lover. A candied woods scent.

    Minotaure doesn't seem to have that much "oomph"...which is okay. Its a good solid casual scent in my books. Exactly what we all need. Its also a scent that changes, which makes it interesting.
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  6. #6

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    tnx ppl, I'll give it a good test before I buy it

  7. #7

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    Never wear it, it smells like burnt plastic dipped in orange icing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Cologneist View Post
    Never wear it, it smells like burnt plastic dipped in orange icing.
    now that's interesting bwhahahaha

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    Default Re: Minotaure question

    I love Minotaure. It's leather on vanilla, with a light citrus opening. There is definitely a chemical/plastic-y smell to it, some people dislike it, but I seem to really like it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Cologneist View Post
    Never wear it, it smells like burnt plastic dipped in orange icing.
    The late drydown does, the opening and middle stage is rather beautiful. It's just that awful base.
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  11. #11

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  12. #12

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    Dry warm autumn days...
    I agree with the Roma Uomo comparison.

  13. #13

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    I really don't know when the right time to wear this is. It's not a bad scent at all, but it doesn't ever feel like the best choice, thus why I'm looking to unload my bottle.
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  14. #14

    Default Re: Minotaure question

    Roma Uomo and Minotaure have the same use. But Minotaure is more sweet and casual, instead Roma Uomo is more sexy and elegant.

  15. #15

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    Don't limit its use - I found it works VERY well in the hot summer months.
    An absolutely fantastic all around frag and is definitely casual.


    Quote Originally Posted by Zgb View Post
    I tried it and liked it. For what occasion do you consider it to be?
    I would not use it in summer, but all other seasons definitely.
    Can you ppl tell me a bit more about it?

    Tnx in advance.

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