Royall Rugby by Royall Lyme of Bermuda
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Royall Rugby is a perfume by Royall Lyme of Bermuda for men and was released in 2011. The scent is green-woody. It is still in production.

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Fragrance Notes

Geranium leaf, Patchouli, Blackcurrant, Vetiver

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Scent

7.4 (9 Ratings)

Longevity

7.4 (7 Ratings)

Sillage

6.7 (7 Ratings)

Bottle

6.3 (8 Ratings)
Submitted by Mediocre, last update on 13.06.2019.
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Landlord

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Landlord
Landlord
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You must eat grass..
This demand is probably even more familiar to the mean rugby player than Lukas Podolski (just to endure the pain of being buried under a bunch of muscle-bound guys who - whether friend or foe - are sure to weigh their two hundredweight each). And when you bite into the grass, some ERD lumps will stick to the tooth guard again and again, french. TERRE. So far my daring thesis, why three quarters of "Royall Rugby" is identical with Hermes' long-running box-office hit - and yet leaves out exactly what I find somewhat unpleasant about "Terre d´Hermes": the peppery-metallic flint.

"Royall Rugby" begins fresh and "leafy" in the beginning, a warm green with light citrus tones that I can't really define. Well, admittedly, I don't have the scent of rose geranium leaves in my nose, but they seem to give the head their note. In the heart, a very tasty black currant takes over the regiment (pretty much the only fruit that I let count next to citrus plants in perfumes). Sounds funny to say that, but the fragrance is simply "fun" in this phase, fresh black currant with its first notes of vetiver in the background - a thoroughly playful fragrance phase in the positive sense. In the base then Vetiver - not the dark, earthy variant, which I actually prefer, but a bright, clear Vetiver - and thus Terre d`Hermes very similar.

Meanwhile I often make fun of meeting scented men and saying, "Oh, you're wearing Terre d'Hermes, beautiful!" and then enjoy the rough twitching in the corners of your mouth and the hiss for unmasking you. Now I would have to say: "Hm, that's not Terre, but a bit similar, a little softer and fresher, tell me what you're wearing?" The interviewee will smile at the corners of his mouth and his chest will tighten: "Well, I'm wearing Royall Rugby. You won't know it. It is manufactured by a small manufactory founded by an internationally successful sailor from the Bermuda Islands in the 1950s. I always let it come straight from America...". And already the world is all right again...
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Silverfire

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Silverfire
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Viole(n)t Leaf
Royal Rugby goes on with a note I've never smelled before, a clean but woody/floral scent, which must be the violet leaf. Even from the beginning, the projection is aggressive -- at least two feet and probably more. As it develops, it turns damp, woodsy, and later more floral; however, it still smells masculine to me. Towards eight hours, it becomes slightly powdery, and softer. You can overdo this scent, so conservative application is a must, unless you're playing rugby, I guess. I have every reason to believe that Royall Rugby could cover up the stink obtained from violent sports, but I haven't tested that to be absolutely certain. I prize my teeth and eyes too much to risk rugby. Seriously, I don't get the rugby connection, but I do salute Royal Lyme of Bermuda for creating this interesting and long-lasting scent. It doesn't smell like any of their other masculine scents -- they've left out their typical Old Spice-like base. Definitely worth sampling.
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