I believe the composition of this scent is intended to smell like fresh, green leaf-tobacco among various other surrounding notes. Notes that may invoke the wearer to conjure up a fantasy of Cuba's capital city, some reviewers claiming to be pre-revolutionary: the smell of tobacco leaves in the air among booze and any other olfactory evidence of decadent activity.
I'm not trying to get political; just explaining one of many possible (olfactory) fantasy settings for this scent. You may have your own and that's okay.
Either way, Aramis Havana smells great and performs longer than 8 hours which is a great value at its current price. I'd call it an all-rounder time and season-wise, but go easy on the sprays when it's warm out and the layers come off.
It's been discontinued, so the price won't remain and who knows when a good clone will come along.
Guerlain Woody Lime
That's what it is,"fancy" name aside. With this fragrance you get an amalgamation of notes (including lime and wood) combined to smell like fresh, woody lime. Much in the same way they did with Vetiver. Performance is great, about what you would...
The Charming Antagonist
If you want to draw any comparison between the current formula and the classic film with the similar name, then let that be one way to summarize it. Current formula is a pleasant lavender and clove scent with a citrus opening. Longevity...