Cashmere Men 2007

Cashmere  Men by Cristiano Fissore
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Cashmere Men is a perfume by Cristiano Fissore for men and was released in 2007. The scent is woody-spicy. The production was apparently discontinued.
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Fragrance Notes

Amber, Bergamot, Gaiac wood, Ginger, Cashmere wood, Patchouli, Pink pepper, Fir resin, Teakwood, Vetiver, White musk, Cedar

Ratings

Scent

6.8 | 30 Ratings

Longevity

7.2 | 23 Ratings

Sillage

4.9 | 14 Ratings

Bottle

7.9 | 18 Ratings
Submitted by Seglein, last update on 26.10.2018.
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5
Scent
5
Longevity
2.5
Sillage
10
Bottle
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The Name Should be Cashmeran for Men, Not Cashmere...
Cashmere for Men opens with a dash of straight alcohol before a pink pepper-laced cedar quickly emerges. As the relatively linear progression moves to the early heart, the peppery cedar joins the beginnings of a growing vague synthetic blond woody amber accord. The synthetic blonde woods soon after take on the sole starring role as the pink pepper slowly fades to the background and the cedar all but disappears, swapping places with supporting Teak wood. During the late dry-down the blonde woody accord remains, with only just detectable white musk supporting it. Projection is below average and longevity is on the low side of average at 6-8 hours on skin.

Cashmere for Men is a fragrance with an official list of notes that is right up my alley. Published notes like cedar, pink pepper, fir resin and vetiver among others are right in line with my tastes. With all that going for it this one should be a slam dunk, right? Unfortunately, wrong... Having found a slightly used bottle for sale recently, I bought it blind thinking I was in for a treat and instead received a different kind of surprise... The pink pepper and cedar come on near immediately when you spray it on, indicating a great early start... Unfortunately, after that things slowly go downhill as instead of the listed fir and the vetiver, the composition gradually is instead dominated by the unlisted dreaded "synthetic vague blonde woody" accord that is near-certainly cashmeran. Cashmeran is a nemisis of mine as it really has a cheap smell to it, coming off as a lazy generic woody amber shortcut by the perfumer that is all too common nowadays. Once the cashmeran entered the picture, it was "game over" for my potential enjoyment, with the late addition of Teak wood seemingly enhancing its negative effect. The bottom line is at Cashmere for Men's $130 per 100ml bottle retail price this synthetic dry woody concoction is a tough sell, earning an above average 2.5 to 3 stars out of 5 irrespective of price and a weak neutral recommendation. Folks that like compositions like Dry Wood by Ramon Monegal may enjoy this one more than I.

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