Reviews and Problems with Annick Goutal Eau D'Hadrien
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Patrick Maraj "If you want it, just buy it.", amazon.com
30 October 2013
Summary: Guy here. It isn't as perfume-y as you think it would be. I don't like the initial bite, but after it settles down it has a great scent. Longevity for the EDT spray isn't very long (about 2 hours) but that's enough. Just don't bathe in this stuff, it can become very unsettling for yourself and others if you do.
Summary: Perfume to Smell of Natural Herbal Tea, reminds me a lot of Herb Lemon Balm and Chamomile ... Outside it looks like you were wiping the floor of the house and shed drops of disinfectant in the body. Nothing Surprising, Not Luxury, Nothing smelling fragrance. I bought blindly and certainly regretted. Get to know the fragrance before you buy, or you may regret it bitterly as I do.
Pros: Clean & Fresh
Cons: Doesn't Hold, Overpowering, Pricey / Poor Value, Too Expensive, Too Weak
Summary: This is a good fragrance that can be worn during the day at the office. I just don't think it stays as long as I would expect it on my skin. A mild citrussy smell makes it intriguing. It is too expensive in my opinion.200 ml bottles should be made available. Eau sauvage extreme and regular can be considered as more sensitive alternatives.
Summary: [...]I had used Annick Goutal's Eau De Lavande many years ago and was quite pleased with the scent, received a few compliments. Anyhow I finally decided to try another 1 of their original fragrances, Eau D'Hadrien...I haver never wore a citrus scent but must say I am quite pleased..smells very clean, almost like a lemon crush if u will. It doesn't last as long as other colognes, which I was aware of, but that is fine with me as I still enjoy it very much..