Summary: Light and thin A very light and somewhat vague citrus potpurri leads to a minty drydown. These stages are, unfortunately very thin on me with minimal silage and projection. The scent wakes up a bit in the drydown with a touch of vetiver, but it is neither a remarkable vetiver, nor an interesting...
Summary: I get an Acqua di Gio opening with cucumber and lime served on the side. I didn’t like it at first but after a few wearings, it’s growing on me. I also enjoy is the minty middle notes: Acqua di Gio has turned into Live Jazz – two fragrances in one – what a deal!
Summary: One of my favorite summer scents. (It's always summer here!) This one has the best lime opening I've found so far, and I LOVE lime. Aramis Always Him gives a blissful vibe of cool breeze on a beautiful sunny day. The lime, ginger and mint are there for a good reason.
Summary: i have read some reviews where people say they have to go wash the scent off their wrist becuase it was so foul. I used to wonder how bad can it be till I encountered this scent. On my skin it is totally atrocious.
Summary: Aramis Always is aromatic, subcategory aquatic. Citrusy notes were on me a whopping 10 minutes. Overall, Very Very similar to Agua de Gio but cheaper on the wallet. As I don't care for aquatic scents, I did not really like this. I did get one compliment wearing it.