Another "cheap" copy of Aventus.
From what appears on the fragrance sheet or the Loewe website, to what it smells like in reality, there is an abyss. No lavender, no moss, no sandalwood, or vetiver. Perhaps there is something of the latter two over there at the bottom, putting a dash of ingenuity .. Yes, it may have a dash of incense, also on this base, but very diluted and insignificant.
We are facing another "gross" clone of "Aventus", of which both proliferate today. It opens with the typical explosion of synthetic Bergamot, nuanced to subtract some acidity with some strange ambroxan-like molecule and some wood / vetiver in the background, as a base.
Compared to the "current Aventus", well, but it totally lacks the nuances of rose, green apple or vanilla that could be found in jars of years ago.
I see it far below, both in quality and in distinction, or creativity, of releases such as "Loewe 7" or its "Anonymous" flanker. With much less elaboration and nuances than these, apart from that we are talking about a copy of other perfumes that have been in the market for some time.
As for the performance, here I think it is going well. It is powerful, especially at the start. Gaudy. I think that much more than the "Aventus" itself and even the unbearable (for my taste) "Club de Nuit Intense", which is the one that has reminded me the most, for that squeaky look. In the cardboard, although it has lost strength, I still smell it 24 hours later.
With no intention of offending, this type of perfume reminds me a little of the typical "redneck" with money (or that it pretends to appear), which seeks to attract attention and be recognized by everyone and arrives with its car full of spoilers tacky, making a ridiculous noise with the engine, while destroying the gearshift absurdly, with the purpose of attracting more attention. Obviously, I do not say that everyone who dazzles this perfume has to be like that, much less. It is a mere personal association.
The more than € 100 that they ask for the 100ml bottle, they have simply stunned me ...