Manage to resample Eau de Cartier, after many years and realize i am so much in love with it!
I was looking to replace my aging out of phase - Giorgio Armani Eau Pour Homme with Aramis
Devin as a Signature Scent - i am not so sure anymore! - I Just can't stop thinking about this Cartier.
Especially a Cartier, which most folks would pass - i find this to be such an elegant Eau leaning
only very slightly towards the masculine gender, but timeless.
I feel i can live with it for a long time the problem is, Bergamotto Marino (which is also an eau)
by Gianfranco Ferre - gets such high reviews! it seems to be cheaper, and has exciting notes.
If just the cartier, has a little more pepper or bergamot i wouldn't be writing this now!
Would have greatly have pulled the trigger!
What are your experiences, and which 1 would you pick for long term use?
Eau de Cartier
I own Bergamotto Marino because it has a much more "it" factor for me than Eau De Cartier. And I really enjoy Cartier as a house, I own Roadster Sport, Declaration, and Santos.
I wore Bergamotto Marino today. The bergamont with a touch of white floral on the top along with a sort of aquatic feel is just amazing and it has excellent longevity. I have been sampling Le Labo Bergamonte 22 which is several times more expensive and I find them quite similiar in all respects. Definitely a good bang for the buck! Someone has a 6.7 oz up on the sale board for like $30!
Cartier by a country mile.
BN sales: http://www.basenotes.net/threads/300...avidoff-Bombay.
Off-BN sales (super rare CREED): http://flacon.ambaric.net/viewtopic.php?t=95
For long term use I would absolutely have to have both.
I would get both, also use both as summer scents.
Advice taken - 200 ml of both! - going to stack them side by side like the Twin Towers.