Marc Jacobs Men (2002) Eau de Toilette

Marc Jacobs Men (Eau de Toilette) by Marc Jacobs
Bottle Design: Chad Lavigne
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Marc Jacobs Men (Eau de Toilette) is a perfume by Marc Jacobs for men and was released in 2002. The scent is fresh-green. It is being marketed by Coty.

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Perfumer

Ralf Schwieger

Fragrance Notes

Top Notes Top NotesBergamot, Ginger, Cardamom, Cumin, Cypress
Heart Notes Heart NotesCyclamen, Fig leaf, Rose, Watery notes
Base Notes Base NotesMoss, Patchouli, Tonka bean, Cedarwood

Ratings

Scent

6.1 (88 Ratings)

Longevity

5.9 (54 Ratings)

Sillage

5.5 (49 Ratings)

Bottle

6.1 (56 Ratings)
Submitted by Kankuro, last update on 22.07.2019
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TheDNL

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TheDNL
Happy Hour in the Cocktail Bar
Phew, he really doesn't get off so well here. I have nothing against cocktails.
So we mix plum liqueur (the nightcap from the Chinese restaurant) with Batida de Coco and pineapple juice. To this we add some rinsing (frog citrus) and a lot of brown cane sugar. Although everything does not occur in the pyramid, we do not carry out any archaeological excavations here. Whether stirred or shaken - it tastes horrible. I'll stick with the beer. Cheers!
Sorry to all the lovers out there!
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Taurus1967

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Shaken neatly on the ear fig tree
After a long time we have again the topic "fig scent". Not a bad thing in itself when I think of Coros by Acqua di Sardegna or Phylisokos by Diptyque, for example. Both highly pleasant creations that sniff relatively authentically for the fruit or the leaf of the mulberry plant.

But as I was allowed to learn in the course of some tests, unfortunately there are a lot of blender and cheater among the fig scents. As of today, I must also count Marc Jacobs Men among them.

The reason for this is this exorbitantly dominant, yet very artificial fig imitation, which seems rather unpleasantly penetrating than flattering the nose with nature-identical fresh-fruity aromas.

Even the whole accessory, on the other hand, looks pale and does not compete with the plastic-like growth of the plant itself. Here perhaps a bit of citrus, there a hint of floral notes - and around it a slightly penetrating, cheap soapy water structure. Can be worn in an emergency, but I hope this will never happen.

The only thing I have to leave to the fragrance - and strangely enough this does not quite reflect the experiences of other perfumers - is the personal impression that Marc Jacobs Men, in contrast to the usual misshapen fig waters, does not convey a coconut note. Otherwise: there are soooo many great alternatives!
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Miaw2

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Subtle fig
I agree when i see people's comments about this is a boring fragrance.

Opening is great, but dries down to nothing but a faint cococnut and fig smell.

Zero projection, zero lasting power (nothing else than 1 hour).

Updated January 2014

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