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Very helpful Review
...is a condition that I haven't been able to fully enjoy for a long time. At least not in the conventional, social way. But I already have a fragrance in my collection for a long time, which actually gives me a similar flair. I'm talking about Pure Malt, the second flak ship, next to Pure Havanne, from Mugler. Why I haven't written a comment on Pure Malt yet is frankly beyond me, because it definitely has the potential to inspire. With its typical A* Men DNA, complemented by alcoholic peaty notes, it stands out from many mainstream fragrances and knows how to polarize.
About the fragrance: Pure Malt has a very sweet start! Musk and patchouli immediately give it an earthy touch. Together with the peat and whisky, you actually have the feeling of being sprayed with a long aged alcoholic drink. This "flag" surrounds one the first few hours and is also clearly noticeable for the wearer. In the further course of time, the woody notes are added. The whole remains as a sweet-woody film on the skin.
The shelf life of Pure Malt is enormous. It is one of the few fragrances that I can perceive on myself and that over the entire period. Also the next morning Pure Malt is able to welcome the wearer, similar to an alcohol hangover.
The Sillage is also extremely good. Although I often lack an occasion to wear it, it is disproportionately often commented on and supported by those around me. This circumstance sometimes makes me think, because Pure Malt is certainly not a fragrance that would serve the cliché of the mass-market favourite.
Much more I have the impression that the stronger the scent is perceived, the more people judge it. Almost as if other scents, which are perhaps much more sophisticated, would simply not be perceived due to the slightly worse performance. I also find it unusual that I myself rather rarely perceive perfume on my fellow men.
Pure Malt is due to its sweet and alcoholic character of course rather something for the autumn or winter. However, its strong, room-filling performance does not necessarily make it a fragrance for every day. It would probably be appropriate in an environment where it is important to stand out and be noticed, for example in a club, at a celebration or at the Christmas market.
The wearer can be both young and older. Only about as a teenager under 18 I would rather avoid him because of the alcohol content ;).