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Gucci pour Homme II (2007)
by Gucci


Gucci pour Homme II information

Year of Launch2007
AvailabilityIn Production
Average Rating
(based on 1006 votes)

People and companies

Parent Company at launchProcter & Gamble > P&G Prestige Beaute

About Gucci pour Homme II

Gucci pour Homme II is a masculine fragrance by Gucci. The scent was launched in 2007

Gucci pour Homme II fragrance notes

Reviews of Gucci pour Homme II

Gucci ph 2 is out of production, basenotes didn't write it. An excellent fragrance with black tea, the absolute protagonist, accompanied by violet and sandalwood. It's not a Gucci for everyone, great and very dreamy!
26th October, 2019
Pour Homme 2 - Gucci
Quiet and thin aquatic melon-tea scent with some herbs, spices and a amber-woody base. I cant see how its shyness can make a man more man or even gives a sense of masculinity; it maybe works best for gays and transgenders who wanna play the woman.
10th July, 2019
Ah, Gucci pour Homme II...a rather versatile favorite of mine with a tremendous Achilles' heel.

GpH2, not to be confused with it's criminally-discontinued, incense-dominant sibling, Gucci pour Homme (2003), is a scent that can be worn pretty much any time of the year, in pretty much any situation. The standout notes in this are the violet and black tea, which hit pretty heavily upfront, coupled with pimento and cinnamon, which adds some bite and heat to it. The heat and bite are a bit much at first as, at its roots, this really comes across as a fragrance best made for warmer weather. The more prominent violet and tea notes bring a cooling effect, with the pimento and cinnamon working as an antagonist, and the two pairs don't really blend as much as they are in a state of constant push/pull. The plus side to this equation is that the heat vs. cool battle allows this fragrance to get away with being a year-round contender, and the negative is that it totally excels at nothing. The pimento and cinnamon eventually start to fade, leaving a nice base of violet, tobacco and wood. The start is a bit harsh, but it dries down quite nicely.

And now for the Achilles' heel that I was mentioning above...

This has no longevity on skin. In two to three hours, it's gone. I get a legitimate two hours of wear out of this before it becomes just a trace left on my skin. Movies last longer than this fragrance does on me. It does hold much better on fabric, so I would recommend you hit hit your clothes with it a bit if you want this to last in any way. Sillage is middling at best.

That said, I do love this scent and it gets a thumbs-up from me. I hate the fact that the performance on this is just awful, because as much as I enjoy it, I know that every time I wear it, my time with it will be very brief. This is the "50 First Dates" of my collection.
27th May, 2019
One of the most wearable and comforting fragrances I've ever encountered. Pleasant, not too strong, and wears close to the skin, while giving off that warm, spiced tea vibe that isn't particularly common in fragrances.
22nd March, 2019 (last edited: 20th April, 2020)
Gucci pour homme is a very good cold fruit fragrance, with a lot of cucumber feel. It’s similar to many others but has some quality to it. Longevity is good.
26th December, 2018
In a comparison with L'artisan perfumeur's Tea for Two, this can seem underwhelming at first. The opening is less strident, lacking the smoke and spices of the latter. And it certainly stays close to the skin throughout. But structurally, this is terrific: the drydown to woodsy tobacco is really pleasing. Thumbs up.
12th December, 2017

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