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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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: 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.
Summary: Extremely classic Eau De Cologne. Perfect, masterfully executed, incredibly natural and familiar....maybe too much. I honestly can't disencourage anybody to try this one but be aware that this is a "no-surprise" citrusy-soapy Eau De Cologne, that's it.
Summary: Shame on me... This scent has been around since 1916 and I just tried it for the first time a week ago! The opening invigorating top notes are probably the best I have smelled in a scent. A very classy orange and lemon blend with just a hint of herbs that is just heavenly.
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.