day, or a river snaking its way over the edge of a cliff, cascading hundreds of feet. After I placed the order, I was feeling a tinge of buyer's remorse. It is *not* like AdG - it is not sweet, it has no melon scent, no prominent floral scent, the drydown is far stronger and more masculine, and its longevity is at least twice that of AdG. I originally wrote this review way back in 2008 over at Basenotes. Something, but I just couldn't place. The interesting thing is that since the transition is so seamless, the orangey quality to this aromatic accord persists longer than the actual citrus notes in the opening. One other thing sets it apart from lmptl, and that is the oud note that also is present at that time - which transforms the wood accord from a pure cedar accord into something more distinct - a dryer wood, almost like I'd imagine sun. I think many more would enjoy this if they'd just try it, and give it a full wearing with at least 2 sprays to the chest and one to each forearm.
Versace pour homme men's cologne review
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The scent is deceptive as its opening may deceive you into thinking it's an aquatic - its heart is undeniably aromatic, and its base is in light oriental territory with a wonderful, if not entirely 'heavy' mineral, wood and ambergris accord that transports my imagination. In fact, I think all lovers of TdH should try Versace PH - although don't be afraid to spray it far more liberally than you would TdH, and as I've said, be sure to spray your forearms! The overall scent is still quite piercing in its aromaticness, although it tempers slightly after an hour or two as the sage gains this quality and the cedar rears its head, drawing comparisons to a pinot grigio with hints of an oaken barrel embedded into. This accord lasts for a few hours, growing woodier as time goes on, and at about the 5 hour mark the sage has mostly retreated, the cedar is prominent along with a distinct ambergris note. This final accord gets a bit smokier and more mineralic (yet retains an airy translucency to it (sort of like how TDC's Des Sens et Bois is an incense scent but remains light and airy, or even how Terre D'Hermes never gets bogged down. From here the cedar fades and the oud and a very dry ambergris note linger along with a soft musk and I'm guessing the tiniest amount of birch tar or cade oil to lend a distinctly "mineral" quality to this final accord. I think this is a great scent that transitions effortlessly between its various stages. After two full and proper wearings from the bottle, I am absolutely thrilled that I went through with the purchase. I had read somewhere that most men's natural scent has aspects to it reminiscent of vetiver, cedar, and so forth, and I think this final accord blends in with one's natural smell to the point where some might stop taking notice. I sniffed my arms tonight and it was bothering me because this stage smelled extremely similar to something.