I wore Jungle Pour Homme by Kenzo, twice this weekend.
I used to own a mini bottle of this about a couple years ago. I stumbled upon it at one of those fragrance-kiosks in the mall. The bottle is so friggin cool and it was a steal, I think I paid $1 for it. So I was very familiar with the scent already.
JPH is all about lime and spice, for me. The lime top notes are beautiful, some of the best in perfumery in my opinion. I wouldn't call them very natural because they have a glazed sweetness to them to makes me think of drinking limeade but they are very pleasing and combined with the tea/mate give the scent a whiff of something 'tropical'. I wish the top notes lasted longer since this is the best part of the fragrance (not surprising, right?). However very quickly the nutmeg mingles in and flattens the citrus out with that unique musk/wood/resins middle and base notes which I find a bit more...dull. It smells 'grey' if that makes sense. I wish it were more alive but it's very close to the skin and the whiffs I get when it dries down are pleasant, conservative and crisp but nothing challenging or complex.
For someone looking for something that smells like the title, Jungle For A Man I would try Un Jardin et Meditteranee by Hermes or the huge-clobbered-with-fruit Pulp by Byredo. Or even Hawaiian Ruby Guava by Pacifica, a cheaper alternative to the Byredo.
I which the juice inside the fantastic bottle wasn't so yawn-worthy. But, it is.