No gasoline note.
Mild gasoline note.
Strong gasoline note.
This is why gas price has increased. Dior has been stocking up on all the gas for their Fahrenheit line.
I have the 2010 version and mini of the vintage. The vintage gets to the green and leather notes sooner but I like both quite a lot. Whether gasoline is a listed note or not, it's most definitely there in any version.
I don't have a signature fragrance. My signature changes a little bit every day, why shouldn't my fragrance?
I love the gasoline note--not too strong, though! This is a very masculine frag IMO.
I clicked mild, but really, it's subjective. Mild as compared to what? I'm sure many of us would disagree on whether the current formulation has a strong or mild gasoline note. That being said, Jack Hunter summed up my thoughts perfectly.
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I also love the rubber note in Bvlgari Black.
I have a 100ml Gucci Pour Homme 2003 that I'll swap for Reflection Man or De Bachmakov. PM me if interested.
I love it just the way it is!