Jagler 1990

Jagler by Hunca
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Jagler is a popular perfume by Hunca for men and was released in 1990. The scent is floral-spicy. The longevity is above-average. It is still available to purchase.
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Fragrance Notes
Top Notes Top Notes LemonLemon
Heart Notes Heart Notes JasmineJasmine Orange blossomOrange blossom RoseRose VanillaVanilla
Base Notes Base Notes MuskMusk
Ratings
Scent
8.814 Ratings
Longevity
8.612 Ratings
Sillage
7.911 Ratings
Bottle
6.114 Ratings
Submitted by DonVanVliet, last update on 06.11.2022.
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ThomC
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Helpful Review 11  
I've never been to Turkey...
A blind buy. Bam. Bull's-eye. And then a quirky, Turkish cheapie from HUNCA, over thirty years old. These are exactly the kind of stories I like. But what's the nicest story framework if the scent itself doesn't do anything? But that's exactly what it does, and how. A wonderful, coherent fragrance, a kind of flux compensator to the eighties. I've never been to Turkey, but deep down I have the feeling that I smelled it over and over again a long time ago. Although it was released just under 1990, stylistically I want to place it earlier in the eighties. But so what.

The bottle? Okay, given. Black with gold font, somehow bisserl ugly, but typical for its time. Hardly trash factor. But on the skin he makes a wonderful figure. Don't misunderstand: this is not a highly complex noble fragrance, but a kind of wonderful bourgeois lentil stew with bacon and fresh homemade bread and good cheese to go with it. An authentic for around twenty euros. A real charmer, then, who abhors ostentation, but loves continuity.

On skin he gives himself wonderfully through-composed. No single scents stand out, it is an impeccable melange. Unkitischig, but broad-legged with the mindset of the eighties. The drydown gets more interesting: it becomes more and more harmonious, all the individual notes seem to magically come together. Musk and vanilla are the most obvious, but both are very subtle. Durability is above average - a re-spray is never annoying. The longer it lingers on the skin, the more elegant it appears. Everything done right.

In the familiar 'For fans of...' category, the Jagler is comparable to 1985's 'Sergio Soldano Black' and to the pseudo-eighties 'Bogart One Man Show Gold'. Frankly, I have all three of them on my skin right now. The Jagler stabs them away. Any questions?
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ShaunBaker
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ShaunBaker
Helpful Review 6  
A new love of fragrance
There are good scents, beautiful scents, scents in which individual notes stand out great, or scents that make you think of special moments, even childhood memories, and there is Jagler who combines all the above qualities, the only thing Jagler can't do is be expensive!

Actually strange that this special fragrance didn't get more attention, of course it is produced in Turkey and I have to say, I met it the first time when a Turkish colleague drew a kilometer-wide flag behind him, so the question about Sillage is already answered ; ) Jagler is very strong, the scent changes relatively fast, i.e. the citric notes that are very strong at the beginning soon change to the heart note, in this phase you can sniff out the floral notes.

Orange blossom and rose in combination with jasmine are very effective without appearing feminine, because now comes the highlight of the whole magic, the musk! It provides the proper sillage and gives the fragrance an 80s feeling of the finest. I know something like that from my childhood and smelled it quite often back then. Moschus is also in artificial form unfortunately a fragrance which seems to die out, or only so homeopathically is used that it apparently goes under... I am therefore glad that such scents still exist and I thank my work colleague that he told me immediately which scent it was!

Now it's all bunkering! Because many fragrances of this kind are already extinct. Maybe some of you know Jagler and can recommend similar fragrances to me. Thank you so much for that.
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MichVaillant

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MichVaillant
MichVaillant
Very helpful Review 3  
Decent traditional male fougere
Jagler is a very decent traditional male fougere with reasonably good performance. It starts off somewhere between Krizia Uomo and Bogart One Man Show, combining piney and floral accords; (mostly jasmine, to my nose). The drydown is mostly vanilla folded into an old-school mossy base. It is quite affordable if you can find it; more available in Europe and Mid-East than other parts of the world.
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Sillage
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Longevity
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Cuneyd

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Cuneyd
Cuneyd
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Ucuz ve performans
Misket limonu ve bergamot ile uyanma yapar.Sonra tozlu hissedilir.Kalbinde tuvalet koku gidericileri gibi sert lavanta ve gül.?imdi gül ve yasemin belirgindir.Bu noktadan sonra gül ve yasemin bask?n olarak hissedilir.Kapanma hayvansal ve sert.Bedeli ucuz, performans iyi.Gün için tazeleme istemiyor.
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