Tiffany for Men 1989 Cologne

Tiffany for Men (Cologne) by Tiffany & Co.
Bottle Design Catherine Krunas, Pierre Dinand
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Tiffany for Men (Cologne) is a popular perfume by Tiffany & Co. for men and was released in 1989. The scent is spicy-powdery. The longevity is above-average. It is being marketed by Coty. Pronunciation
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Perfumer

Jacques Polge

Fragrance Notes

Top Notes Top NotesBergamotBergamot Green notesGreen notes CardamomCardamom LavenderLavender Mandarin orangeMandarin orange LemonLemon
Heart Notes Heart NotesAniseedAniseed CarnationCarnation Orris rootOrris root JasmineJasmine NutmegNutmeg PatchouliPatchouli RoseRose SandalwoodSandalwood CedarwoodCedarwood CinnamonCinnamon
Base Notes Base NotesAmberAmber OakmossOakmoss Tonka beanTonka bean VanillaVanilla FrankincenseFrankincense

Ratings

Scent

8.368 Ratings

Longevity

8.351 Ratings

Sillage

7.547 Ratings

Bottle

7.256 Ratings
Submitted by Kittycat, last update on 25.06.2022.

Interesting Facts

The fragrance was relaunched in 2016.
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Helpful Review    9  
Tiffany for ME(n)
Another olfactory fragrance classic from my collection I would like to dedicate a few appreciative lines. Almost forgotten I have him today after a long time once again put on, and with its fragrance pyramid he also reminds again of the good old days, when the world was still halfway in order....
Its year of release brought serious changes for many people, but by no means no comparison to the current situation.

Tiffany for ME(n) should bring today for me a little radiance in the slightly gloomy day, should drive away the drizzle veil and the gray clouds(thoughts). Whether he creates that?

Green-bright and fresh it starts, bergamot in combination with tangerine and lemon alternate. Quickly follow fine ingredients such as grasses, herbs, little clove, cinnamon as well as nutmeg and now result in such an expressive spice ensemble, which nestles against the skin like a gentle veil. Soft, protective, perfectly matched.
Anise and jasmine I can not perceive.
A dark rose blows by and also brings woody notes, which round off the whole finely tart. Again and again flashes the green herbal notes in between and bring to mind - what a beautiful fragrance trio.
Noble and unobtrusive is the drydown with gentle oakmoss, amber and soft vanilla, tonka I perceive only inconspicuous, incense does not meet me.

It has stopped raining, tiny rays of sunlight fight their way through the clouds.

Light.

Tiffany for ME(n) glistens, envelops, grips and exhilarates.

This is no old-fashioned opamief, but a fragrance diadem of the special class.
Although "only" a cologne, it has the expressiveness of an EdP.
And is unisex m.E.

I like to have breakfast with him, if it must be without Audrey, and even if I will never own these expensive bling from the house of Tiffany, I have a teeny tiny part from the glitter glamour world with me. Another treasure.

Yes, he did it, with a satisfied smile I put my extraordinary fragrance cart back into the collection and hum to it Moon River.

Dreaming is finally allowed... ;-)
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Classic fragrance
As long as I wanted to get this perfume, I read about it a lot and looked for it on the web, but it was very expensive and it was about 200 euros, but yesterday evening and in our old markets, I found this fragrance for only 50 Euros 50 ml, I decided to buy it without hesitation. Very special, I wish everyone who wants to find him at the price that I found. Thank you
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Top Review    14  
[vintage] Separates the Men from the Boys
...was the slogan for Baldessarini, among other things decorated with the iconic face of Charles Schumann. Tiffany for Men, however, is really true, but not simply in a hierarchical sense, for the purpose of promoting a men's fragrance as an olfactory indicator of silverback status in the Horde, but culturally sociologically: as an indicator of belonging to a particular generation of perfumers (and of course there are overlaps between the two fields). To say it, it is completely understandable when a forty-year-old never even gets beyond Tiffany's prelude, but screamingly goes to the next shower and spends the weekend underneath with the root brush to wash away the trauma after a combination of the always blazer-wearing grandfather and the overpowering kissing great-aunt to smell. The powdery, soapy intensity of this top note from another era is as exhausting as the semolina brew wall, through which you first have to eat your way to the land of milk and honey. If an Axe body spray ever tried to smell "sophisticated", that's about what it would do.
Once one has overcome this 15-30 minute phase, however, one arrives in a paradise of classical perfumery art. The powder remains, but recedes, because now spice, wood and oriental sweet notes unfold: cloves, sandalwood, amber notes, tonka. The parallels to fragrances like Creed's Bois du Portugal or even more New York by de Nicolai are obvious and the latter also gives a keyword again: that's what conservative men of the East Coast upper class smell, wearing tailor-made suits or Ivy League styles, reading the Wall Street Journal, being lifelong Republicans and despising Donald Trump as a vulgar upstart (he never forgave them for not having been accepted into the New York elite club, so he's actually anti-establishment). In this phase Tiffany is comparatively calm and discreet, but still present. It works with the concept of a subtle olfactory aura, not with fast effects like the current Niche style; also methodologically conservative/classical. Artistic ambitions are also lacking here, this is dignified craftsmanship in which the artist recedes behind the function of the object. All this leads to the fact that Tiffany for Men on the one hand, in his entire attitude, seems to have fallen out of time like the last representative of paternalistic capitalism, Mr. Grupp von Trigema, in the era of the digital economy. Funnily enough (like Mr. Grupp's approach) it still works quite well: Mr. Tiffany's reserved noblesse makes him much more adaptable than many of the overbooked perfume battleships of the '80s. What remains, however, is the scent for a certain type of man - who buys from Ladage & Oelke, who will always prefer the FAZ to the world, who wears his father's gold watch, and who would never have the idea of flying something called easyjet.
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