Signature Royale X 2022

Signature Royale X by Zaharoff
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Signature Royale X is a new and limited perfume by Zaharoff for men and was released in 2022. The scent is woody-fresh. The longevity is above-average. Limited Edition
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Claude Dir, Mane

Fragrance Notes

Top Notes Top NotesBergamotBergamot Citrus notesCitrus notes LavenderLavender Guatemala cardamomGuatemala cardamom
Heart Notes Heart NotesHimalayan juniper PimentoPimento Cedar leafCedar leaf
Base Notes Base NotesAustralian sandalwoodAustralian sandalwood Indonesian patchouliIndonesian patchouli Chinese oudChinese oud VetiverVetiver CistusCistus BenzoinBenzoin MuskMusk

Ratings

Scent

8.720 Ratings

Longevity

8.419 Ratings

Sillage

7.819 Ratings

Bottle

8.721 Ratings

Value for money

7.318 Ratings
Submitted by Lny87, last update on 19.08.2022.
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A classic-meets-modern blend with a spicier, slightly more animalic/dirty twist
Signature Royale X is nominally a flanker of the flanker, Signature Royale, from 2020, but smell-wise, quite distinct, at least to me, a bit spicier, with, as advertised, a sort of animalic/dirty component, not invasively but rather harmonious with a good sort of semi-fresh/floral, spicy, woody center. Key notes for me are the lavender, citruses, juniper, woods, patchouli, and oud. After a little drying down it ends up being, well, dry—still lively, but with the spices in sober harmony with one another. I don’t get the pimento berry (as I don’t know what the berry smells like) but in my mind, it bridges the gap from the spiky juniper to the spicier cardamom/patchouli/leather/oud aspects.

Overall, this is really nice, and like the original Signature and Signature Noir before it has major “men’s signature scent vibes” while being modern and versatile enough to not be purely nor stereotypically masculine. And it’s notably less sweet and powder than Signature and Signature Noir, and might appeal more so to those who want something a little less modern than the aforementioned. Signature and Signature feels more like the 2010s and pre-1990s, whereas Signature Royale X feels like the 1990s and 2000s—those are my scent memories and connections, and yours might very well differ. Regardless, I’d certainly suggest sampling Signature Royale X, as with the rest of the house, of course, with its rich and deep variety.

In extrait/parfum concentration at 27%, it’s a higher concentration than its EDP predecessors but I don’t find it markedly different on my skin from the others, which have pretty much all been high-performing.

8 out of 10
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