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Mugler Cologne Take Me Out (2018)
by Thierry Mugler


Mugler Cologne Take Me Out information

Year of Launch2018
GenderShared / Unisex
AvailabilityIn Production
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HouseThierry Mugler
Parent CompanyGroupe Clarins

About Mugler Cologne Take Me Out

The company say:

TAKE ME OUT is an intense Cologne that blends the brightness of an orange blossom with the freshness of a shiso leaf. Luminous and sparkling, TAKE ME OUT is twisted by the secret “P” note to release a surging energy that bathes you in light.

Mugler Cologne Take Me Out fragrance notes

Reviews of Mugler Cologne Take Me Out

rbaker Show all reviews
United Kingdom
A freshish-sweetish quite bright opening blast of orange blossom and neroli greets me. More a glowing and warm than a bright and refreshing opening of a Cologne.

A slught green note of Siso leaves develops soon afterwards, with touches of florals and whiffs of an indolic, nigh-umami-like and doughy impression; at times a bit of on oily feel.

In the longer run it narrows down to the essentials, including the neroli, whiffs of petitgrain and a clean and non-earthy vetiver, and a smidgen of tonka very much in the background.

I get moderate sillage, very good projection, and eight hours of longevity on my skin.

Apleasant Cologne Mugler-style, i.s. not super-bright refreshing in the 4711 tradition, a bit fuller and sweeter, with a few interesting twists. 3/5
16th March, 2021
The orange blossom and shiso are fine. They smell great. Very refreshing and joyful. There is a green-ness here as well. It's a high, green grass in a field on a summer day feel. The brightness of the top notes end rather quickly though. This frag begins to resemble a sunscreen lotion. I'm not sure what the "P" note is here.

The notes become muddled and smothered in something like soap. It begins to fall apart for me and falls into something boring, mundane. I get a faint floral note in the background. There isn't enough of the floral note or anything else to hold my interest after an hour of wear. "Great coming out of the gate but, not much for stamina".
05th June, 2019
This kicks off with Mugler Cologne's signature grassy green mix of neroli and vetiver, which are quickly overtaken by a very traditional eau de cologne mix of lemon, bergamot, and lavender, supported by petitgrain and what I think is a touch of vanilla for lasting sweetness. There's a smell in the background that seems to be a weird synergy of indoles and bread, which is easily the most interesting thing going on in an otherwise fairly staid and time-tested mixture, but it doesn't last long enough to matter much.

As the fairly understated traditional eau of the Mugler Cologne flankers, this should be an easy sell, though I'd reach for similar classics like Eau de Hadrien or ADP Colonia before I'd bother with Take Me Out.
02nd October, 2018
Mugler Cologne Take Me Out (orange) directly reminded me of Come Together (green) upon first sniff. The difference is that minty shiso leaf makes this more aromatic, and Take Me Out has more of the orange blossom vs. Come Together, which gives this one more of a drier, aromatic flowery ladies' perfume quality.

But I wonder if the mystery "P" note is also contributing to this flanker's markedly floral quality? If so, could it be "peony" (known to be a key note that is paired up with other floral notes to create synergy)?

If as a man you wouldn't mind smelling like orange blossom, then this one may work for you. IMO, a lady could pull off wearing this one and smelling great.
18th August, 2018

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