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  1. #1

    Default Cartier

    Has anyone tried Pasha? The ingredients sound fantastic.
    What about Declaration?





  2. #2

    Default Cartier

    [email address redacted] at [email address redacted] said:

    Has anyone tried Pasha? The ingredients sound fantastic.
    What about Declaration?
    I'm not a BIG fan of 'Pasha de Cartier' or 'Santos de Cartier', but i do
    have a soft spot for Declaration

    I prefer Pasha to Santos though.

    I've not yet tried the Male version of 'Must de Cartier' though . Has anyone
    else?

    Grant





  3. #3

    Default Cartier

    Yes...I'm on my second bottle of 'Declaration'...It
    smells great! I don't like 'Pasha' or 'Santos'.
    'Declaration' has a very rich fragrance. It smells
    good with leather....(a leather jacket [email address redacted] "Grant @ Basenotes" [email address redacted] wrote:
    [email address redacted] at [email address redacted] said:

    > Has anyone tried Pasha? The ingredients sound
    fantastic.
    > What about Declaration?
    >

    I'm not a BIG fan of 'Pasha de Cartier' or 'Santos
    de Cartier', but i do
    have a soft spot for Declaration

    I prefer Pasha to Santos though.

    I've not yet tried the Male version of 'Must de
    Cartier' though . Has anyone
    else?

    Grant





  4. #4

    Default Cartier

    Greetings Fragrance Connoisseurs,

    Looking for some input on Declaration.

    Later,
    John





  5. #5

    Default Cartier

    Hi John
    I'm not so fond of Declaration..too cedar-y and sharp for my tastes..I
    like alittle more of a muted scent. It kind of reminds me of Gucci
    Rush...very woody...not enough soft notes. Anyway..thats my 2
    cents:-)...I do like the new Must de Cartier Pour Homme...very oriental
    and smooth especially the EDP...enjoy..Ernie










  6. #6

    Default Cartier

    --- In [email address redacted] [email address redacted] wrote:
    Greetings Fragrance Connoisseurs,

    Looking for some input on Declaration.
    Hi John:

    Declaration is a great scent in my books. According
    to Jan Moran the breakdown is:

    Top Notes: bergamot, bitter orange, birchwood
    Middle Notes: cardamom, wormwood
    Base Notes: vetiver, oakmoss, cedarwood

    I find the predominent note is cedar. Very strong
    cedar. It gives the scent a very masculine
    odour, not at all sweet. Although I haven't
    bought it is sure something that I would consider.

    Best Wishes,

    Rob





  7. #7

    Default Cartier

    Hate it! Have a whole large bottle I bought and only sprayed twice!
    Smell of just wood nothing exciting about it.

    Paul
    In a message dated 1/26/01 6:01:50 PM EST, [email address redacted] writes:

    << Greetings Fragrance Connoisseurs,

    Looking for some input on Declaration.

    Later,
    John

    >

  8. #8

    Default Cartier

    Hey Rob...! Hey John...!
    Thanks for the *breakdown* of 'Declaration'...Now I
    know how to describe the fragrance. I received my
    'Rocabar' Friday. I usually wear a fragrance for two
    or three days straight to get the real essence of
    it...I like it. Now that I know what 'woody' and
    'cedar' smell like, I think detect a similarity of
    notes in 'Declaration' and 'Rocabar'. PERSONALLY, I
    like 'Declaration' although you'll probably want to
    purchase it from Scentiments.com (it's a lot
    cheaper)...I've got a *little* left. I wore it pretty
    regularly for a while. I usually get a couple
    inquiries(and compliments) on this one (but Keoni is
    right...don't spray too much) You'll like it better
    that way!! But don't take our word, try it! (you might
    *love it*)

    Larry!


    --- [email address redacted] wrote:
    --- In [email address redacted] [email address redacted] wrote:
    > Greetings Fragrance Connoisseurs,
    >
    > Looking for some input on Declaration.

    Hi John:

    Declaration is a great scent in my books. According
    to Jan Moran the breakdown is:

    Top Notes: bergamot, bitter orange, birchwood
    Middle Notes: cardamom, wormwood
    Base Notes: vetiver, oakmoss, cedarwood

    I find the predominent note is cedar. Very strong
    cedar. It gives the scent a very masculine
    odour, not at all sweet. Although I haven't
    bought it is sure something that I would consider.

    Best Wishes,

    Rob





  9. #9

    Default Cartier

    Do you want to sell it...or keep it to remind you how
    much you hate it? ;^)

    Larry!


    --- [email address redacted] wrote:
    Hate it! Have a whole large bottle I bought and
    only sprayed twice!
    Smell of just wood nothing exciting about it.

    Paul
    In a message dated 1/26/01 6:01:50 PM EST,
    [email address redacted] writes:

    << Greetings Fragrance Connoisseurs,

    Looking for some input on Declaration.

    Later,
    John

    >>




  10. #10

    Default Cartier

    --- In [email address redacted] lawrence Smith [email address redacted] wrote:
    Hey Rob...! Hey John...!
    Thanks for the *breakdown* of 'Declaration'...Now I
    know how to describe the fragrance. I received my
    'Rocabar' Friday. I usually wear a fragrance for two
    or three days straight to get the real essence of
    it...I like it. Now that I know what 'woody' and
    'cedar' smell like, I think detect a similarity of
    notes in 'Declaration' and 'Rocabar'. PERSONALLY, I
    like 'Declaration' although you'll probably want to
    purchase it from Scentiments.com (it's a lot
    cheaper)...I've got a *little* left. I wore it pretty
    regularly for a while. I usually get a couple
    inquiries(and compliments) on this one (but Keoni is
    right...don't spray too much) You'll like it better
    that way!! But don't take our word, try it! (you might
    *love it*)
    Hi Larry!

    The responses from the group have been pretty negative
    as far as Declaration goes. I find that it is great
    scent because I normally prefer something dry and
    woody. The cedar note comes through very strongly,
    but there are certainly more subtle nuances. The
    Rocabar seems to have a more cedar needles scent -
    at least to me. The initial impression is one of
    juniper or cedar needles crushed in the hand. It mellows
    out quite a bit, though. I find the orignal D & G
    pretty cedary as well. If fact when I first wore this
    to work one of my collegues said "Hey, have you been
    spending time in a cedar-chest." There has been a fair
    amount of talk about the D & G original. I think it
    is a great scent for anytime - day or night. Like
    Vetiver, it covers all the bases.

    Best Wishes,

    Rob






  11. #11

    Default Cartier

    Hey Rob...!

    Yeah, I caught that early-on, that not many really
    cared for 'Declaration'. Well, I do!! I had been
    wearing it long before I stumbled onto 'Basenotes'(and
    everyone's opinion of it...) As a matter of fact, I'm
    on my second bottle (well, it's almost gone). I think
    I like cedar notes as they wear well on my skin.
    'Rocabar' is pretty good. I could wear it everyday, it
    is not too overbearing. Sometimes I tend to over do it
    with my cologne. Then too, I can't ever remember
    anyone saying, "eeewww, that cologne is gagging me!"
    The folks I work with are pretty outspoken...they'd
    let me know!! 'Declaration' is definately not your
    everyday-what-everyone-else-is-wearing type of
    fragrance. I purchased a bottle of 'D&G' a couple
    years ago. To me, it smells a lot like 'Nude' by Bill
    Blass. When I first smelled 'Nude' I immediately
    thought of a cedar chest my aunt used to have. 'D&G'
    has similar notes also.
    Next on my list to try is 'BY' and 'Bel Ami'. I check
    Scentiments regularly to see if anything I really like
    is on sale or on clearance. Now that we've been
    talking about 'Declaration', I need to pull out the
    old bottle and give it a spritz again. I've been so
    busy sniffing and testing all the Guerlains and the
    other great scents *you guys* have introduced me to
    (ie,'Black Jeans'), I kinda forgot about the ones that
    I had been wearing previously (except 'Curve') ;^)

    Smellin' good...
    Larry!

    --- [email address redacted] wrote:
    --- In [email address redacted] lawrence Smith [email address redacted] wrote:
    > Hey Rob...! Hey John...!
    > Thanks for the *breakdown* of 'Declaration'...Now
    I
    > know how to describe the fragrance. I received my
    > 'Rocabar' Friday. I usually wear a fragrance for
    two
    > or three days straight to get the real essence of
    > it...I like it. Now that I know what 'woody' and
    > 'cedar' smell like, I think detect a similarity of
    > notes in 'Declaration' and 'Rocabar'. PERSONALLY,
    I
    > like 'Declaration' although you'll probably want
    to
    > purchase it from Scentiments.com (it's a lot
    > cheaper)...I've got a *little* left. I wore it
    pretty
    > regularly for a while. I usually get a couple
    > inquiries(and compliments) on this one (but Keoni
    is
    > right...don't spray too much) You'll like it
    better
    > that way!! But don't take our word, try it! (you
    might
    > *love it*)

    Hi Larry!

    The responses from the group have been pretty
    negative
    as far as Declaration goes. I find that it is great
    scent because I normally prefer something dry and
    woody. The cedar note comes through very strongly,
    but there are certainly more subtle nuances. The
    Rocabar seems to have a more cedar needles scent -
    at least to me. The initial impression is one of
    juniper or cedar needles crushed in the hand. It
    mellows
    out quite a bit, though. I find the orignal D & G
    pretty cedary as well. If fact when I first wore
    this
    to work one of my collegues said "Hey, have you been
    spending time in a cedar-chest." There has been a
    fair
    amount of talk about the D & G original. I think it
    is a great scent for anytime - day or night. Like
    Vetiver, it covers all the bases.

    Best Wishes,

    Rob
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  12. #12

    Default Cartier

    --- In [email address redacted] lawrence Smith [email address redacted] wrote:
    Hey Rob...!

    Yeah, I caught that early-on, that not many really
    cared for 'Declaration'. Well, I do!! I had been
    wearing it long before I stumbled onto 'Basenotes'(and
    everyone's opinion of it...) As a matter of fact, I'm
    on my second bottle (well, it's almost gone). I think
    I like cedar notes as they wear well on my skin.
    'Rocabar' is pretty good. I could wear it everyday, it
    is not too overbearing. Sometimes I tend to over do it
    with my cologne. Then too, I can't ever remember
    anyone saying, "eeewww, that cologne is gagging me!"
    The folks I work with are pretty outspoken...they'd
    let me know!! 'Declaration' is definately not your
    everyday-what-everyone-else-is-wearing type of
    fragrance. I purchased a bottle of 'D&G' a couple
    years ago. To me, it smells a lot like 'Nude' by Bill
    Blass. When I first smelled 'Nude' I immediately
    thought of a cedar chest my aunt used to have. 'D&G'
    has similar notes also.
    Next on my list to try is 'BY' and 'Bel Ami'. I check
    Scentiments regularly to see if anything I really like
    is on sale or on clearance. Now that we've been
    talking about 'Declaration', I need to pull out the
    old bottle and give it a spritz again. I've been so
    busy sniffing and testing all the Guerlains and the
    other great scents *you guys* have introduced me to
    (ie,'Black Jeans'), I kinda forgot about the ones that
    I had been wearing previously (except 'Curve') ;^)

    Smellin' good...
    Larry!
    Larry,

    You, Rob and others I've asked appear to enjoy Declaration and it's
    cedary ways. I also appreciate woody notes and you both have
    excellent taste, so Declaration mini come on down!!

    Later,
    John









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