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GreMuser 12 months ago
6.5
Scent
5
Longevity
5
Sillage
10
Bottle

Original Cologne?
Very sparkling and energizing opening, I mainly feel the citrus notes and an iris that immediately gives it a clean scent, despite the name I feel vetiver only in the background.

Overall for me it smells like soap mixed with a bit old fashioned cologne, very classic and harmless as a fragrance but I see it better on mature people.

GreMuser 12 months ago
8
Scent
9
Longevity
9
Sillage
8
Bottle

The olfactive wall
This perfume for me is very difficult to explain, I state that before this Nasomatto I tried two others - Black Afgano and Pardon - remaining quite disappointed, as I didn't like them both.

This instead I find different and very interesting, although at times there is something in the background of incomprehensible and annoying, the best I can say is that it has a hint halfway between stale and animalic (I think).

Above all this, however, I feel very pleasant oud and leather mixed with a sweet note, also here totally indefinable for my skills.

Overall it does what it says, it is a perfume that hits hard as a wall in the face, certainly attracts a lot of attention and does not go unnoticed, due to its particularity it could make you receive attention both in positive terms - it is not often heard around - both in negative terms because, in fact, it is rather intrusive and particular.

Despite the name and the male classification, however, a woman can wear it and, indeed, make it even more interesting.

GreMuser 12 months ago
9
Scent
7
Longevity
7
Sillage
8
Bottle

Love at first sight
What can I say ... it was love at first sight, it is woody, spicy and very pleasant and elegant.

It looks like a 'softer' version of Creed Royal Oud, with which it shares a fantastic cedar wood, very versatile even if I see it better in an autumn / winter context.

The more it dries, the more a very sensual note of incense emerges, not at all 'church' to be clear.

One of my absolute favorites, definitely unisex.

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