M;0°C by Masakï Matsushïma
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M;0°C is a perfume by Masakï Matsushïma for men and was released in 2009. The scent is fresh-citrusy. It is being marketed by Panouge.

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Fragrance Notes

Top Notes Top NotesGreen apple sorbet, Bluebell
Heart Notes Heart NotesChimayo cocktail
Base Notes Base NotesTeakwood, Musk



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Eau de Good mood
At first you can notice an intense and strong sweet and fruity note, which brings with it a very fine crunchy sourish tone and pleasingly produces a nice cooling effect on the skin and I "only" typed on green apple instead of green apple sorbet
At the same time, the green apple sorbet is accompanied by a delicate creamy flowery shade, which is responsible for the fact that the apple sorbet does not appear too sour, but quite soft and I have already felt a little reminiscent of lilies of the valley, but this fragrance appears to me personally more transparent, thus not as dense as lilies of the valley, and I would never have come across rabbit bells and I also have to say that I have never heard of this plant
"Wat, Hasenglöcken? Since when have the poor rabbits been jested with bells, the present ones work for Santa Claus?

- Does Rudolph now have osteoarthritis in his knees due to age - questions about questions?! :-) -

Joogle then kindly told me, that didd Hasenglöcken belongs to the Sparjeljewächsen jehört."

A little bit later a Mojito - Coctail note is perceptible which is very authentic for me, which was prepared not only with limes, but also with some lemon slices and a very small green apple slice, it is however no Mojito, but a Chimayo - Coctail
"But I never heard of it until today and found out that didd'n Jetränk uff Basis von Appelwein und Tequila is', which was created by Arturo Jaramillo; of course a Mexican,

I wonder if I've drunk it before - I wouldn't wonder at all didd'"! :-)

That which is guaranteed is good mood and this one does not elicit from me so easily, so
i don't know about you, but here it is :-)

In the last 2.5 hours it becomes unfortunately dull and bright wooden at the same time and unfortunately also somewhat very "mature", old-fashioned would be the wrong word, however, thanks to the test of Jaguar gold it is known to me that it seems with me skin-conditioned, because with other male testers, it smells really very pleasantly after freshly sawed bright wood, only evenly with me unfortunately not - one cannot have however evenly not everything and I find that also completely in order.

The teak wood is accompanied by a clear, very fine powdery, delicately woody nuance, which, in my opinion, ensures that it does not appear too dense and ensures a pleasant, clear-looking finish, and here the musk comes from the interplay of the Iso - E - Super which I suspect to be Iso - E.

In total, the fragrance lasts 7 hours on my skin.

The Sillage is conceived from the outset in such a way that one is perceived quite well at half an arm's length and this is maintained also 2.5 hours in such a way, before it is reduced in leisurely Schrtitten up to the conclusion of the smell.
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Florals? For Spring? Groundbreaking.
For a long time I wanted to subject M;0°C to an extensive test. The first attempt in the winter months was promising, but I saw even more potential for midsummer. The past hot days were now perfectly suitable for it and have confirmed my assumption: This exotic flower blooms at hot temperatures.

While wearing it at M;0°C I immediately remembered the extremely sarcastic film quote by Miranda Priestly from "Der Teufel trägt Prada", which I also chose as the title for this commentary. What's the matter with you? Flowery scents for spring have become more common among men now. Think of Fleur du Mâle or Kenzo Flower - no one would call that groundbreaking today. For the summer it looks a bit different again. Some floral perfumes would be a little heavy and killing. And that's exactly where I think this Matsushïma scores. It offers floral freshness that is absolutely heat-resistant.

The first thing is a cool apple note, which fortunately remains on the fresh and crunchy side and does not go in the sweet bottle direction. In addition there is a bright flower, which reminds me strongly of lily of the valley, in any case of spring bloomers. This floral then takes the lead, along with an alcoholic tone that ensures that a more cooling effect is maintained. So the fragrance remains until the end. The musks and teak woods listed here play for my nose at most a fixing impression and do not come through relevant.

Compared to the other summer fragrance candidates I tested recently, this one is refreshingly different. The composition is rather unusual and conspicuous for a men's fragrance. I wouldn't describe the performance as intoxicating, but quite solid - the fragrance benefits from its otherness, which is well perceived.

Who looks for his perfumes on the very masculine side, will have no joy in this. M;0°C is in any case in the unisex area - please do not be afraid of contact. But then the scent is everything but ordinary. Following the film quote mentioned at the beginning, my modified conclusion to M;0°C is:

These florals? For Summer? Groundbreaking!
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Mildly Pleasant White Noise
This is an indistinct, synthetically fresh fragrance that features chemical green apples and lime notes over an ozonic, white musk. That doesn't sound so great, but it could be worse. M;O.C. kind of reminds me of Versace Man Eau Fraiche in smell, and impression, but it's weaker and has a bit of a whiter hue. It's certainly inoffensive, but nothing about it is particularly memorable, and you've probably encountered something like this many times before. Performance is okay. It projects lightly for several hours but you need to apply it generously to get it to work. On the plus side, the floral component that emerges in the dry down is nice--unisex, light and airy--and brings welcome relief from the harsher opening. It's also the most unique aspect of this fragrance...but it's so light it's hard to notice. Also on the plus side, there are no off notes in M;O.C., nothing which seems particularly out of place or any notes that turn sour or rotten. So I can see it working as a fresh fragrance to be worn when you're not really in the mood to wear anything. I'd like to test this out to during the summer to see how it works in warmer weather, and if I can remember to, I will. For now, I'm pretty neutral toward M;O.C. and feel comfortable giving it a 3 out of 5, or per Parfumo's meter, 60%. That might even be a little generous.


Itchynose 145 days ago
The citrus-tequila opening is fantastic, sadly the lemon becomes a bit too sweet, musky and cloying for the rest of the short ride.+1

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