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Repaired at the copy shop or: leather jacket from the herbal bath
Jules was my first experience with the heavy guns of the 80s. I was often overwhelmed and then surprised that I had got my 5ml empty. At times it reminded me of a litter box (dusty, animal), sometimes of bathroom cleaner (citrus too strong?). Fortunately that was years ago. Now, with a few years more experience, I can finally leave a worthy comment
Jules is atypical and quasi a fougère. The start (fresh and herbaceous) is dominated by lavender and bergamot with tarragon, quickly followed by the accompaniment of cumin, basil and violets. As the hours went by, the carnation strengthened, jasmine showed up in some tests. Oakmoss becomes recognizable, leather shows up strongly next to the carnation and lavender, while in the background it still cares, basil and tarragon. Sillage and durability are not disappointing. At times it can be too much, so strong all the notes so long.... but mostly it is just right.
I only came to the comment here because Azzaro pour Homme reminds me very much of him. Lavender with citrus, some herbs/spices, later moss and leather. I find this one much more interesting, more changeable.
Fougère, more flowery, leathery, with herb dressing.
Strong, striking, persistent.
For men, not for males.