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Very helpful Review
Completely detached from the earth....
Since I don't care at all if a perfume is a men's or women's scent, I had to have "Tabac Man Gravity" just because of the space theme. As a really old science fiction fan, anything with even a star, alien, spaceship or anything else on it = merchandise (fan collectible). That's why I grabbed it as soon as I discovered it at Rossi. At home, I took the bottle out of the box and started spraying. My beloved lavender floats around me in the prelude and lets me take off together with a rose. Hello Major Tom.
Thankfully, I don't notice any of the everenyl. Unlike oakmoss, I just have a hard time putting up with it. I'd often suspected in the past that I'd bought a fake, until I realized "Nope, the scent has been reformulated!" It's something synthetic now and no more oakmoss!" Ew!
Continuing on down the course with rose geranium, yum! Coriander seeds? Not really much. Oud? Is that supposed to be the slightly woody smell? Then that's probably it. And I don't really consciously detect patchouli either.
All in all, I feel the fragrance although clearly tart, but with quite a fresh-floral impact - but not really sweet!
Evening sprayed on I can perceive him the next morning still quite clearly, which is already a decent durability. Just like the sillage, which one pleasantly buzzes around, but not slain.
Since I love heavy, simple flacons, this comes to me with its familiar and handy shape very much. And also the spray button is very good, sits tight and doses properly - which is often, even for higher-priced fragrances, not common.
So now but not a pure collector's item, because the fragrance I like so well that I will wear it out of the house. Synthetic or not, that are today eh most fragrances!!!
All in all, it is for me a decent drugstore fragrance that is worth its price twice.