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Ted (2000)
by Ted Lapidus


Ted information

Year of Launch2000
AvailabilityIn Production
Average Rating
(based on 31 votes)

People and companies

HouseTed Lapidus
Parent CompanyBogart Group

About Ted

Known as simply 'Ted', this fragrance is spicy, woody and warm. Starts off initially quite fresh and then warms as it dries down. The bottle is tall with a silver cap.

Ted fragrance notes

Reviews of Ted

This is easily my favorite cologne, though too strong to be worn regularly. This one is for special occasions. Walk into a packed club wearing it, and it will turn heads. A delicious and powerful combination of vanilla and wormwood with superior longevity and sillage. There’s so much more to it than that though…
06th November, 2016
I get barbershop for days....sweet and powdery....I don't get the citrus everyone talks about. Maybe just a little hint of citrus. But yeah....barbershop. I like it.
01st September, 2016
Dreadful. A thin, sour lash up of no quality what so ever.
A mildly interesting top accord that lasts about five seconds and then a sour green thing and fake woods. Ugh.
10th December, 2014
Top Notes
Lemon, Kumquat, White Cedarwood

Middle Notes
Nutmeg, Sweet Lime, Ginger, Cinnamon

Base Notes
Amber, White Musk, Tonka Bean, Vanilla

Ok, my first impression of this was a bit odd. I randomly fell upon the other reviews of this cologne, and decided that I loved all the notes in it. I went on eBay and found a SUPER cheap bottle, and crossed my fingers. First let me say that I absolutely LOVE this juice. As for the notes... the top was very much squeezed lemons in the middle of a forest. At first it scared me a bit, my mind mistakenly went to Pine-sol.. but after 1 minute, it quickly did a 180 and came back to the literal sense of lemons in a forest (which is actually quite nice). I'll also point out that the tops on this one are good, yet still my least favorite part of the scent (by the way, I got ZERO kumquat on the top). On we go, after about 45 mins on me, all of the other notes started to poke their heads in and out of the equation, it was kind of exciting. First it was just nutmeg and lemon... then it was nutmeg and ginger... then the best part, it turned into a key lime pie! All the while it carried a very refreshing minty cleanliness. After a few hours, the dry down slowly led to a typical oriental smooth finish. Lots of Vanilla, tonka, and a bit of musk. I would say this cologne is wearable in all seasons and climates. Probably spring/ summer/ fall though more than winter. I don't get too much spice on this one, but again, for some odd reason.. a bit of mint. Not the best cologne ever, but for this price... you can't fail. Cheers!
14th August, 2011
Must say I was influenced by very positive reviews here and the fact that Ted is the name of my fiancee's Dad.
This is the very essence of nothing special. Smells a lot like YSL Homme without the panache. Now that I say that i realize it's a bit of an insult to YSL. Although there are resemblances in the initial statement and the dry down, Ted cannot hold Yves jock strap.
18th March, 2011
Wow, a gem here. A very special masculine fragrance. This fragrance is truly amazing, unique. It has the personality of a Ted Lapidus's perfume. Very harmonious and aromatic chord containing lemon, cedarwood and tonka bean. Spicy notes of ginger and cinnamon.Ted balances between sweet and bitter, the fresh and warm, the light and heavy. Ted is a bit magical because its characteristics are modified depending on weather, state of the skin or other more subtle factors. After a week enjoying this work of art can say I'm very happy with Ted.
16th March, 2011

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