Sometimes it can happen – you come across a cheap scent that is really fun to wear. Igraine sent me a sample, thank you very much!
This is really a discovery for me. Caesar's Man is fresh and herbal, and it has a certain piquancy. It is somewhat that coniferous forest style, but without being so decisive as Acqua di Selva. You could also describe this fragrance as mossy and a little bit soapy. A hidden sweetness provides some substance to it. Caesar's Man is lavender style, but without lavender being noticeable in it as such.
I do not know if Caesar's Man is really worth a detailled scent pyramid. What I immediately liked about this perfume is a specific “green” note: this note was used here and there in inexpensive male fragrances some 10 or 20 years ago, and those were not the worst perfumes you could get! Cesar's Man reminds me of such exceptional perfumes like the wonderfully green Adventure by Adidas, which has been discontinued long ago. I dare say that to a certain extent there is the same ingredient in Caesar's Man that made Adventure such an attractive perfume.
Another similarity would be Etienne Aigners's 1990's fragrance “Private Number for Men”, which at least in Germany is still sold by a chain store for small money. Caesar's Man is somewhere in between.
With prices starting at about 13 € I make an exception and would advise a blind buy. But please keep in mind that my opinion about Cesar's Man is influenced by some nostalgic thoughts. A match for those who still blame Adidas for discontinuing Adventure.