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Here we go again?
That's the first question that came to my mind when I took this guy for a test. Yeah, the typical "summery" note when you spray it on. Squeaky freshness, here underlined with a slightly tart spice, which is consistent in itself. Nothing is bitten in the course, nutmeg and cedar push Sun Men in a rather harsh direction, in the middle even a slightly musty undertone comes out, but it subsides again. Is that good? Well, certainly - but then a sweetness comes into play, not too penetrating, but still present, so that I immediately have to think of the vanilla-tonka boredom. But there's no way that stuff - so what's playing that sweet trick? I am at a loss
But where I am not at a loss is the fact that this is another one of those scents that I have tasted umpteen times and which not only bore me to death but slowly but surely start to have a repulsive effect.
Sun Men fits seamlessly into fragrances like Fan di Fendi, Lee Cooper's RDLC, O Boticarios Men Only and Montblanc's Presence: one a tad sweeter, another a tad apple-fruity, another leathery (the order does not match the similarities mentioned). If you like them and you have an alternative to the similarities mentioned, you can also have a look here, although it doesn't make much sense. It doesn't come close to classics like Jil Sander's masterpiece Background