I don't dislike it but have smelled it so much that I can't bear to smell it anymore.
I like it and am glad I own it.
I don't dislike it, I just can't take it for too long. About 1/2 hour is my max, so I could never wear it for that reason.
I put on an EDP sample, and it smelled like bugspray+citrus dish detergent to me
Not dislike, but I like far more the Parfum version
I don't like it anymore. There must have been a reason a year back or so when I bought it but now I simply can't stand it anymore. I tried it again one time and I got a headache and a bit of nauseau actually. That was with the EdT version.
I got sick.of reading all of the positive reviews on it and HAD to have it. Man was I disappointed BIG TIME. It was a mix of rotten oranges that were burned and some other stuff that made it a spicy joke. My wife literally made me wash it off.
Terrible stuff and grossly overrated.
+1! I tend to wear a bit more, but also like to layer a couple shots of EdT with the Pure Parfum - something I recommend to all those that enjoy and are here in support of these wonderful bottles of true olfactory art.
A key point that I wanted to add to - there is absolutely NO MUSK in either bottle (EdT or Pure Parfum). Not even sure how one would arrive at that notion, but the base is mainly old, dry cedar wood and sun-baked vetiver root, coming up out of the bone, dry, cracking soil. The mineral quality blended with the dusty, parched soil creates incredible imagery. The benzoin has dried (imagine a sappy resin that has oozed out and has hardened), but all of these components "moisten" and warm with the light squeeze of orange and grapefruit (more rind in EdT, more juice in Pure Parfum) once they are applied to your skin. The fresh-ground pepper is more prevalent in EdT, while a pinch can be detected in the rich, juiciness of the Pure Parfum. I get a nice, green, earthy patchouli note in EdT, which is replaced by damp oakmoss in the Pure Parfum.
Very complimentary fragrances to one another - which is not always the case when a EdT and EdP bottling of a male fragrance are released (with several years in-between).
“Some perfumes are as fragrant as an infant’s flesh, sweet as an oboe’s cry, and greener than the spring; While others are triumphant, decadent or rich; Having the expansion of infinite things, like ambergris and musk, benzoin and frankincense, which sing the transports of the mind and every sense.”
― Charles Baudelaire, The Flowers of Evil & Paris Spleen
TDH is in the top 99% of fragrances I own. I got a bottle for $18.75, as a reference fragrance. I don't love it, in fact I think it is pretty over-rated. I wore it to work the other day and got a positive comment, so it works for some people.