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Most masculine Davidoff of all time
I could get another bottle of that great '80s men's fragrance. And to be on the safe side, I will use it sparingly, because I want to have something from him as long as possible.
Davidoff, who manages without a more or less inspiring nickname, is a tribute to the man over 40. Younger will avoid him.
It starts fresh, but with a certain spice. I haven't smelled mugwort in a perfume yet, but I know the smell from the garden when you try to get rid of this mugwort as weed, a special green freshness. By the way, I'm still waiting for the first perfumer to put fresh Giersch in a perfume, I could deliver endlessly.
And then you stay in the garden with Davidoff in the further course of the fragrance. Flower fragrance that develops pleasantly and unobtrusively. No sweet, not feminine course, obviously hay and wood notes always provide a balance. One could think that the scent of blossoms after a rain shower is next to freshly cut wood, even then it is weakened and never overloaded.
However, what remains characteristic for hours are soft leather and beaver horny. The Davidoff now becomes demanding, makes announcements and still has something soft, a warming charisma. I also think I can smell something smoky, maybe it's the more reserved incense.
For me it is one of the successful Bibergeil creations. Because Bibergeil accompanies me in some for me newly discovered men scents of the 70's and 80's already quite a while.
The ladies react differently, from irritated to bewitched. But it hasn't been unpleasant for any of the test subjects. There may also be hardly any men left who would and could wear it self-confidently. Because as I said at the beginning: The Davidoff is an announcement and probably the most male of his name of all times.