Summary: I wear this almost daily now that Spring is here. I don't like the expression "signature scent" for some reason, but I think of me whenever I put it on. Huh? Anyway, this is the best all-around fragrance for me and it is one of 60+ fragrances I have, but I keep reaching for it. I have another couple that I layer that I also like a lot.
Summary: EXCELLENT light fragrance which last ALL DAY. Remember, everyone's body chemistry is unique, so this fragrance will smell differently on me than it does on you. I first purchased this fragrance 10 years ago on a British Airways flight on a whim, and have worn it pretty much ever since. The spray on this bottle is VERY FINE. Keep in mind you only need about 2 sprays AT THE MOST to give you all day coverage.
Summary: When I smelled this the first time I thought "this smells like an older scent" but I didn't know it was from 1916! I really got the citrus at first, then it died down to an herbal scent fairly fast. Does not last long though, four hours on me. It is a nice light fragrance, would do well in the warmer months.
Summary: Great summer after shave. It's a citrus EDC so the longevity is not the greatest. The Verbena-- or if you pay full price at a retailer, Vervain-- opening might feel strange to those who are used to Lemon Blasts as the citric norm. I like it. The combination of heart and base is well done. The rose does not overpower. No single note calls attention to itself. AdP does have enormous snob appeal.
Summary: Like everyone has already said, this is a very excellent fragrance. I am in love with all of the notes it's composed of and try to hold onto their memory as they fade away in far too little time. I really really wish they made an EdT or parfum version of this so it would last longer. But oh well. Excellent and timeless with notes that accentuate the aura of a gentleman with good taste.
Summary: I must say this fragrance is truly wonderful. I agree with Luca Turin that is has an Edwardian flair (since it was introduced shortly after he left the throne). AdP opens with a sparkling, elegant lemon tempered with lavender and a bouquet of Herbs du Provence like rosemary, thyme, and basil. After about ten minutes the floral heart kicks in.
Summary: Not the best Eau de Cologne on the market, but it's hard to say a bad word about it. Been around for ages and appears to have been kept intact. Classical EdC structure: citrus on top, herbs and florals in the middle & light musk/wood on the bottom. It does smell good and has good longevity for an EdC which speaks of quality ingredients and craftsmanship, but I'm afraid that the world has moved on.
Summary: Sublime, feather light masculine scent of the retro connoisseur that utilizes discrete, powdery florals and bright, succulent citrus notes to achieve low profile opulence and 19th century styled freshness.
Summary: The green, watery/hesperidic (because of some bergamot and lemon/orange), barely aldehydic, almost edible citrus-lavender opening is the best part of this classic fragrance that ends to develop in a sort of soapy rosey and musky smell with undertones of lemon and rosemary. The citrus-lavender-rose accord with the refreshing rosemary and vervain is stiff and classic in execution and i find it too severe for the current taste.