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    Default Chanel Antaeus - First Impressions

    Was excited when FedEx express delivered my purchase of Antaeus directly from Chanel.

    Here are my first impressions as well as some questions for the seasoned veterans on Basenotes
    Day 1
    Applied 3 sprays to shirt, 1 to upper arm, [strong sprayer ] initial impression, nice fragrance enjoyed the top note, an hour later little trace of a scent on arm, or t-shirt.
    Day 2
    Sprayed shirt 4 times, arm twice........ same results......... disappointing, but will let it rest for a few days and try again.

    My questions / comments:

    1. This was a blind buy, I based it on Basenotes reviews over 78% positive, over 230 reviews, 4 stars. many comments on strength and longevity even in recent reviews.

    Had I bought this from E-bay or some other secondary source I seriously would question the authenticity of the product. First blind buy, I normally sample a fragrance couple of times before considering purchase, could not locate samples of Antaeus

    2. Do you ever blind buy ? What criteria do you use ? Is there a $$$ limit on how much you spend on a blind buy? How much do reviews influence your buying decisions?

    3. On a scale of 1-10 how much variance have you experienced between earlier versions of Antaeus and what is currently being sold.


    Not giving up on the fragrance mind you..... perhaps my expectations exceeded reality.
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    I have the most recent version, as well as a vintage bottle from the late 80s. While the vintage is more robust overall, with obvious oak moss and a bit more depth, it's not a massive beast for me. And I really enjoy the current version a bunch; in fact it's just easier to wear and deal with.

    When I first got the current version, I thought it was far too weak. But it holds its own. Try spraying a little less, as you could easily be going nose-blind to it by spraying too much.

    That said, as a composition Antaeus is simultaneously earthy (the patchouli and resins in the base) but still has an airy character. There are florals, and even the castoreum to me comes across as sort of sheer and radiant rather than heavy. It's got chest hair, sure, but it's not a projection beast the way classic Kouros can be, and overall is a bit more restrained and groomed, despite its butch masculinity, if that makes sense.

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    Default Re: Chanel Antaeus - First Impressions

    Thank you onethinline, appreciate the comment and suggestion, I will let it rest a couple of days and retry with less sprays, still enjoyable but not as strong as anticipated.
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    Default Chanel Antaeus - First Impressions

    I love Antaeus and my version is about 8 years old.

    Regarding blind buys:
    I sample if at all possible via decant sites or ebay. If it's under $80 (or so) and I can't get a sample, I'll blind buy if I'm majorly intrigued.
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    You're just going nose blind to it in addition to most likely sitting in a climate controlled environment. I have Ho Hang Club that has oakmoss, and personally I enjoy current Antaeus more without it, but I'm probably in the minority.

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    Three sprays to my under shirt on chest sprayed about 2-3 inches from my shirt last all day and clearly there at end of day. I smell it all day and enjoy it others can smell it to, that’s with a 2018 bottle when I had it. Cotton under shirt works best as it’s thicker, I always read a lot of negative feedback about modern Antaeus but have enjoyed it a lot myself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by newatthis66 View Post
    Was excited when FedEx express delivered my purchase of Antaeus directly from Chanel.

    Here are my first impressions as well as some questions for the seasoned veterans on Basenotes
    Day 1
    Applied 3 sprays to shirt, 1 to upper arm, [strong sprayer ] initial impression, nice fragrance enjoyed the top note, an hour later little trace of a scent on arm, or t-shirt.
    Day 2
    Sprayed shirt 4 times, arm twice........ same results......... disappointing, but will let it rest for a few days and try again.

    My questions / comments:

    1. This was a blind buy, I based it on Basenotes reviews over 78% positive, over 230 reviews, 4 stars. many comments on strength and longevity even in recent reviews.

    Had I bought this from E-bay or some other secondary source I seriously would question the authenticity of the product. First blind buy, I normally sample a fragrance couple of times before considering purchase, could not locate samples of Antaeus

    2. Do you ever blind buy ? What criteria do you use ? Is there a $$$ limit on how much you spend on a blind buy? How much do reviews influence your buying decisions?

    3. On a scale of 1-10 how much variance have you experienced between earlier versions of Antaeus and what is currently being sold.


    Not giving up on the fragrance mind you..... perhaps my expectations exceeded reality.
    1. My experience with the current version of Antaeus was the same as yours. It's pretty weak stuff. If you like the way it smells, try Bogart Signature. It's $15, smells similar and performs much better. The current version of Antaeus doesn't have much of anything in common with the vintage. The vintage is an animalic beast. That's it's nature. There are no animalic notes in the current version. You can still find mini bottles of the vintage pretty cheap online. Just decant them into an atomizer and you're set. Or you can still find "mid-vintage" bottles for the same price (or even cheaper) than what Chanel charges for the current stuff, and they're great. Look for bottles that were being made up until about 2010.

    2. I blind buy all the time, usually based on reading/watching a ton of reviews. They are the prime factor in determining if I buy a fragrance. Try to find reviewers who have similar tastes as you do. That can be hard though. I don't have a set limit on what I'll spend on a blind buy but try to keep it under $150.

    3. As noted above, there is a huge variance between versions of Antaeus in my opinion.
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    A. I would use less sprays, and spray on your skin. Something like 1 spray to neck/throat, 1 to the chest.

    B. What you think of the fragrance now and what you think of it after wearing a few dozen times will likely be 2 different things. Your nose needs time to sort it out.

    C. Maceration is a real thing. Let that bottle bloom for a couple months.

    The new Antaeus is quite different from the old. The older might be “stronger” but it’s also animalic as hell. Spraying 4 sprays of the vintage to your shirt and wearing to the office might get you called into HR.

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    Liked it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cpp214 View Post
    1. My experience with the current version of Antaeus was the same as yours. It's pretty weak stuff. If you like the way it smells, try Bogart Signature. It's $15, smells similar and performs much better. The current version of Antaeus doesn't have much of anything in common with the vintage. The vintage is an animalic beast. That's it's nature. There are no animalic notes in the current version. You can still find mini bottles of the vintage pretty cheap online. Just decant them into an atomizer and you're set. Or you can still find "mid-vintage" bottles for the same price (or even cheaper) than what Chanel charges for the current stuff, and they're great. Look for bottles that were being made up until about 2010.

    2. I blind buy all the time, usually based on reading/watching a ton of reviews. They are the prime factor in determining if I buy a fragrance. Try to find reviewers who have similar tastes as you do. That can be hard though. I don't have a set limit on what I'll spend on a blind buy but try to keep it under $150.

    3. As noted above, there is a huge variance between versions of Antaeus in my opinion.
    This is classic guy thinks there's no animalics in a perfume created to adhere and appeal to the modern nose, regardless if they're there and blended well or not. If he doesn't smell a huge punch of castoruem it must not be there. Give the artists behind modern Anteaus a little more credit, huh baby.

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    I had a late 2018 bottle of Antaeus and the scent lasted very well on my skin, easily above 8 hours.
    On clothes, it was very present the next day.
    Smellwise you can indeed offend people with it. I like it, but I wouldn't wear it if I want to please the masses.

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    I totally agree with this. I find the newer version to be much more wearable and casual whereas the vintage feels heavier and far more animalic with the floral/airy notes pulled back. Personally, I found my new version of Antaeus be just as strong as the vintage longevity and projection-wise.

    Quote Originally Posted by onethinline View Post
    I have the most recent version, as well as a vintage bottle from the late 80s. While the vintage is more robust overall, with obvious oak moss and a bit more depth, it's not a massive beast for me. And I really enjoy the current version a bunch; in fact it's just easier to wear and deal with.

    When I first got the current version, I thought it was far too weak. But it holds its own. Try spraying a little less, as you could easily be going nose-blind to it by spraying too much.

    That said, as a composition Antaeus is simultaneously earthy (the patchouli and resins in the base) but still has an airy character. There are florals, and even the castoreum to me comes across as sort of sheer and radiant rather than heavy. It's got chest hair, sure, but it's not a projection beast the way classic Kouros can be, and overall is a bit more restrained and groomed, despite its butch masculinity, if that makes sense.

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    Default Re: Chanel Antaeus - First Impressions

    Thanks Opiate, will let product get settled, will not wear for a few days, start fresh less sprays..... appreciate the advice.
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    Default Re: Chanel Antaeus - First Impressions

    Quote Originally Posted by newatthis66 View Post
    Was excited when FedEx express delivered my purchase of Antaeus directly from Chanel.

    Here are my first impressions as well as some questions for the seasoned veterans on Basenotes
    Day 1
    Applied 3 sprays to shirt, 1 to upper arm, [strong sprayer ] initial impression, nice fragrance enjoyed the top note, an hour later little trace of a scent on arm, or t-shirt.
    Day 2
    Sprayed shirt 4 times, arm twice........ same results......... disappointing, but will let it rest for a few days and try again.

    My questions / comments:

    1. This was a blind buy, I based it on Basenotes reviews over 78% positive, over 230 reviews, 4 stars. many comments on strength and longevity even in recent reviews.

    Had I bought this from E-bay or some other secondary source I seriously would question the authenticity of the product. First blind buy, I normally sample a fragrance couple of times before considering purchase, could not locate samples of Antaeus

    2. Do you ever blind buy ? What criteria do you use ? Is there a $$$ limit on how much you spend on a blind buy? How much do reviews influence your buying decisions?

    3. On a scale of 1-10 how much variance have you experienced between earlier versions of Antaeus and what is currently being sold.


    Not giving up on the fragrance mind you..... perhaps my expectations exceeded reality.
    You can get anosmic quick to perfumes sprayed close to the face. Try limiting just to your arms.

    Quote Originally Posted by CutSmut View Post
    This is classic guy thinks there's no animalics in a perfume created to adhere and appeal to the modern nose, regardless if they're there and blended well or not. If he doesn't smell a huge punch of castoruem it must not be there. Give the artists behind modern Anteaus a little more credit, huh baby.
    I generally agree. There is only a peck of civetone in Tom Ford Noir but it's enough to make its point.

    Also speaking of castoreum bomb, you need to smell vintage One Man Show. Whoa momma it blows the doors off. Hahahaha
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    Default Re: Chanel Antaeus - First Impressions

    my version is batch from May - 1982 it is a good cologne, i have try many times what is in stores at the Chanel section with the same name and have no a idea what i am smelling hardly can make any comparing to the one i have. on paper i can hardly smell anything at all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by newatthis66 View Post
    Do you ever blind buy ? What criteria do you use ? Is there a $$$ limit on how much you spend on a blind buy? How much do reviews influence your buying decisions?

    On a scale of 1-10 how much variance have you experienced between earlier versions of Antaeus and what is currently being sold.


    Not giving up on the fragrance mind you..... perhaps my expectations exceeded reality.
    I almost always blind buy. I research many factors before buying and there is no dollar limit to how much I spend on a blind buy. As for your Antaeus acquisition, give it a while and try it again later. You might feel differently.
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    Default Re: Chanel Antaeus - First Impressions

    All this talk of Antaeus is making me smell-hungry. I'm going to wear it tomorrow..
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    Quote Originally Posted by peter4ptv View Post
    my version is batch from May - 1982 it is a good cologne, i have try many times what is in stores at the Chanel section with the same name and have no a idea what i am smelling hardly can make any comparing to the one i have. on paper i can hardly smell anything at all.
    And this is your classic "vintage is so great the modern doesn't actually smell at all" guy who again, should not be listened to.

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    I just started wearing Antaeus recently. I have tried the newer version and also own a very old bottle. Both seem to project and last for hours but then some days it will be very faint. I would not rule out olfactory fatigue.. your mind may be trying to trick your nose! Try spraying on an envelope and come back an hour later and see what you think!

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    Default Re: Chanel Antaeus - First Impressions

    Quote Originally Posted by peter4ptv View Post
    my version is batch from May - 1982 it is a good cologne, i have try many times what is in stores at the Chanel section with the same name and have no a idea what i am smelling hardly can make any comparing to the one i have. on paper i can hardly smell anything at all.
    I take a softer view that rests in the middle.

    I won't lie and say current versions of anything on the market as long as I have been alive (as Antaeus has) are going to be the same as they were when released, but I also won't say that X vintage is superior to Y modern batch objectively, because that's impossible to back up.

    In other words, ingredients shuffles and tweaking of the knobs happen, but ALL versions of Antaeus are recognizable as Antaeus. I'm also probably a special case because I've spent months unintentionally rolling back my tolerances on fragrances due to battling asthma, so now the sniffer is sensitive enough to enjoy most things at 2 sprays on the arms all day.

    I actually find some difficulty controlling my application of stronger vintages because the same 2 sprays of my vintage Antaeus sends me for a loop while 2 sprays of something modern is "just enough". The struggle is real.

    Anyways, my original advice to OP holds. Further from face and give it some time. You can track down vintage too, and it does pack a bigger "bass riff" than current, but it isn't a different fragrance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DanHD View Post
    All this talk of Antaeus is making me smell-hungry. I'm going to wear it tomorrow..
    All this talk makes me crave for more Antaeus backup bottles, vintage of course.
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    Vintage Antaeus is an amazing fragrance.
    I remember purchasing my first splash bottle when it was released in the 1983/85 time frame.

    During that era I was a bartender at a popular nightclub in Florida.
    I usually wore Antaeus to work and it was a mega compliment monster.
    Went through several bottles throughout the 80's and I wish I saved a few.


    I tried a few of the newer formulations over the years but not for me.
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    Own a 2000 bottle which is way way better than current soft, weak and flat stuff with the black sprayer or the prior formulation to it imo.
    Strong and lasting, slightly animalic stuff with hints of castoreum and leather on a beeswax drydown; absolutey gorgeous stuff!
    Did not smell this on recent years bottles I tried.
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    Quote Originally Posted by peter4ptv View Post
    my version is batch from May - 1982 it is a good cologne, i have try many times what is in stores at the Chanel section with the same name and have no a idea what i am smelling hardly can make any comparing to the one i have. on paper i can hardly smell anything at all.
    I have a large decant of juice from this year ant this stuff is glorious. The best formulation that I've smelled. I found this to be quite versatile even with 3-4 sprays.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cpp214 View Post
    1. My experience with the current version of Antaeus was the same as yours. It's pretty weak stuff. If you like the way it smells, try Bogart Signature. It's $15, smells similar and performs much better. The current version of Antaeus doesn't have much of anything in common with the vintage. The vintage is an animalic beast. That's it's nature. There are no animalic notes in the current version. You can still find mini bottles of the vintage pretty cheap online. Just decant them into an atomizer and you're set. Or you can still find "mid-vintage" bottles for the same price (or even cheaper) than what Chanel charges for the current stuff, and they're great. Look for bottles that were being made up until about 2010.

    2. I blind buy all the time, usually based on reading/watching a ton of reviews. They are the prime factor in determining if I buy a fragrance. Try to find reviewers who have similar tastes as you do. That can be hard though. I don't have a set limit on what I'll spend on a blind buy but try to keep it under $150.

    3. As noted above, there is a huge variance between versions of Antaeus in my opinion.
    You and me are the same , I blind buy alot , I read reviews from. Fellas who like the same type of fragrance as I do, so far I'm never disappointed about it 150$-175$ is usually my limit..I was thinking about buying Chanel Antaeus, but from what I'm reading I don't think I'm ready to blind buy unless I can get a sample , I sampled Chanel equioste platniumand from reading everyone's reviews I thought I might like it , I just smelled it never gaved a chance for the dry down , and I know alot of the magic happens then, but I was not impressed at all

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drjones152 View Post
    You and me are the same , I blind buy alot , I read reviews from. Fellas who like the same type of fragrance as I do, so far I'm never disappointed about it 150$-175$ is usually my limit..I was thinking about buying Chanel Antaeus, but from what I'm reading I don't think I'm ready to blind buy unless I can get a sample , I sampled Chanel equioste platniumand from reading everyone's reviews I thought I might like it , I just smelled it never gaved a chance for the dry down , and I know alot of the magic happens then, but I was not impressed at all
    I feel whenever you read someone talking about vintage vs. current and they criticize the current while revering the vintage as literally awe inspiring you need to ignore it. It's just something about the human mind that wants to apply adoration to anything that you can't easily (or perhaps not at all acquire) acquire anymore. I have no doubt the vintage Anteaus is good; there is also no doubt in my mind the current is good as well.

    Consider the follow: reformulation does not just mean an ingredient is change it means the whole composition of the fragrance is changed. As we progress in time we discover new information about aroma chemicals and how to mix and match to create wonderful smells. So why is it out of all the industries that fragrance is the one that not only has not progressed at all since the 1980's, but in fact has degraded if you ask the vintage snobs? Degraded so significantly that the perfumes aren't even worth smells much less purchasing and wearing. Could it possibly be something else is at play here? I tend to think so. By all means though I think you should try Antaeus, because it is one of the best.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CutSmut View Post
    I feel whenever you read someone talking about vintage vs. current and they criticize the current while revering the vintage as literally awe inspiring you need to ignore it..
    why are you so bothered when someone is preferring vintages and likes them much much better than any updated formulations?
    it appears that you don't have much experience with vintages anyway. everyone is free to give his personal opinions here on fragrances vintage or non.
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    Gents, let's cool it off a bit - no need to get personal. Some bickering posts have been removed.

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    It’s such a tricky fragrance, current Antaeus. I’m wearing some now. It’s great, and I went through a period of wanting a bottle, but the interest doesn’t quite stick - mostly because I have several bottles of older versions that I’m happy with.




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