Aramis Eau de Toilette Concentrée

Aramis (Eau de Toilette Concentrée) by Aramis
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Aramis (Eau de Toilette Concentrée) is a perfume by Aramis for men. The release year is unknown. The scent is chypre-woody. Projection and longevity are above-average. It was last marketed by Estēe Lauder Companies.

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Perfumer

Bernard Chant

Fragrance Notes

Top Notes Top NotesAldehydes, Artemisia, Bergamot, Gardenia, Clover, Thyme
Heart Notes Heart NotesClove, Orris root, Jasmine, Cardamom, Clary sage, Myrtle
Base Notes Base NotesAmber, Tree moss, Coconut, Leather, Musk, Patchouli, Sandalwood, Vetiver

Ratings

Scent

9.0 (6 Ratings)

Longevity

9.3 (6 Ratings)

Sillage

8.5 (6 Ratings)

Bottle

6.8 (12 Ratings)
Submitted by Ayhabibid, last update on 12.10.2018

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Aramis (Eau de Toilette Concentrée)

This is a variant of the perfume Aramis (Eau de Toilette) by Aramis, which differs in concentration.
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The Olive in the Martini
You know what it's like when you flirt with a "perfume" variant for a long time, then say "Oh come, read" and then "Well, come on, that's still, after all, a perfume blend and determines something special" and this interplay lasts so long until - of course - the former wins?

(Almost) everything has already been said about the Ur-Aramis. I, too, had commented on this and interpreted it for me as a nice, trustworthy representative fragrance. A little bit mean, as I now find myself with increasing age;) but that was also 3 years ago. Even though I have not (become) a representative in the meantime, I have now raised the scent rating to the honest, appreciative value for me. Because in the meantime, umpteen other fragrances (and derailments) have been added and I have got rid of many of them. The formation of scent opinion and perception is changing.

Meanwhile, something like a fragrance "Concentree" behavior has crept into my mind. Most of the "modern, younger" and recently added fragrances have either been stashed far back in the cupboard or have fallen victim to the gift mode. What remains is a handful (okay, 2 handfuls) of permanent scents. And many with "Back tot he Roots" character. And there it was almost compulsively logical that the Aramis Concentree now also had to come here. To say it straight away: It is and remains in the core of THE Aramis.

But: The top note and base note were rotated differently. The opulent prelude has been captured and appears duller. It also moves more quickly into the base note, where the fragrance - as usual - lasts forever. However, it has been rounded off with a very fine dash of citrus freshness. As skilful and confident as only a good bartender can be - no dripping next to it. This also takes a little away from him, the perhaps a little too dry note, which almost makes you clear your throat. The long-lasting heart note then again reflects a softer continued extract of the base note.

The extreme durability is unchanged. The scent lasted with me until the next shower day. Immense, really. The Sillage is somewhat more discreet than the normal Aramis. She doesn't knock everything off the wall right away. However, she fills the room (only) slower and is not so massive in her performance, but nevertheless she is present the whole day (with only 3 sprays).

Conclusion: The Concentree is - in a figurative sense - the tuxedo variant of the normal suit scent. The olive in the martini, so to speak. For me, however, the age rating generally remains stuck in the "elevated" spectrum. Because fortunately the Concentree is not a modern, young, screwed up variation of the normal Aramis! However, the Concentree is not quite as dust-dry and grey as the normal one. This should also give access to somewhat younger people. But only with presentation of the identification card, at least it goes to the casino.

The Concentree has been given a really great fine polish, which makes it less pompous and (even) increases the understatement factor. While the normal Aramis sometimes seems a bit too boring, dull and dull (but on a high level) for me, the Concentree has made it to the front. For me, this has turned the petty suburban representative into a district leader (please stay calm, I have nothing against representatives - there are hardly any left anyway; it's only meant as an analogy;). For me a sovereign, reliable fragrance partner with well-groomed manners and a certain portion of understatement that you don't turn up your nose about. Honestly, in terms of what sometimes blows towards you so sometimes a prominent fragrance and relief for the nose. Afraid that he might soon leave the market, I'll certainly fall into a panic buying.
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