Here is my first comment. I like to write texts, but fragrance descriptions are new territory for me. I also like to try it unconventional, I am critical and love to live out my personal style. I don't know all the fragrance components of a perfumer. Well, let me just start
To the fragrance:
farny fresh notes, rain showers in the oak forest
rich green deciduous forest, fine light moss, ivy, carnation
Oakmoss, carrot, damp leaves, fresh tobacco leaf, tree bark, ambergris
Range intensity (projection & sillage):
(6 of 10) medium strong
medium-long lasting. Noticeable on clothing even days later.
Flacon & outer design:
Very simple but beautiful. There are different varieties of this variety, as well as reformulations. Packaging made of cardboard. Flacon made of medium-weight glass with plastic lid in two known versions (burl wood look with golden jaguar head / silver with line engraving), as well as a lid version in real wood. I have added a photo.
The fragrance can be described as classic. Immediately after spraying on, the "green" mossy scent cloud develops, transforming the room into a small deciduous forest. One has the feeling that it has just rained fresh and one is in a lush green deciduous forest in Europe. If you close your eyes, are you perhaps in the British Isles? Do you think of noble sports cars setting off on a tour to Stonehenge, or of Robin Hood's friends?
Bastei bridge on the Hohnstein in the Saxon Switzerland maybe. The painting "Wanderer over the sea of fog" by Caspar David Friedrich comes to my mind. In addition an overture by Richard Wagner.
It sounds like real heroes. Jaguar Men is not for hesitant and doubtful wearers.
It is designed for wearers who know what they want and who stand up for something, no matter what others think of it.
Perhaps the scent also makes you think of a cranky old man who is stubborn and serious and ekes out a hermit's life in a moss-covered forest hut. Possibly in the Canadian woods. It is simply a natural scent close to the forest, as I have never smelled it before.
I would like to explain how I got the title. I'm sure many people are familiar with the painting "Boulevard of Broken Dreams". It shows James Dean, Marilyn, Humphrey and Elvis in a bar
Analogously, I imagine Richard Wagner, Goethe, the British Queen, King Solomon, Napoleon and Robin Hood. Together they sit at the same table and hold lively discussions that span time and culture. But this meeting does not take place in a bar, but in a small clearing in the forest, flooded with sunshine. A fresh, but nevertheless strong, harsh and woody-mossy breeze envelops the protagonists.
It smells of wisdom, experience, decency, greatness, grace and strength in the middle of green nature.
For teenagers, the fragrance is certainly not suitable, because it is too self-confident and steadfast, too spicy and tart.
The wearer knows exactly what he wants. It's not a show-off scent
Podium, give a speech, round of negotiations, sign a contract, wellness in nature, reading, listening to classical music.
Not under 35. Whereby that is a matter of taste and experience.
Young people do not have enough life experience to represent the fragrance seriously. That works then as put on.
Similare & Scent twins:
I haven't been able to find anything similar yet.
Associations / Tags:
Classic, Nibelungen, Robin Hood, British Royal Family, Moss, Forest, Heroes' Saga, Nature, Mountain stream, Bavaria, Nature Park, Wellness, Green
Favourable price, further care products available