Reviews and Problems with Azzaro Pour Homme Elixir
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22 February 2014
Summary: For the fly guy after hours, evening out, date, whatever... Sweet top, fruity drydown. A confident scent, without being all up in everybody's face. Oozing pleasant aromas as it develops. Stays for 5-6 hours with the help of hirsute arms.
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8 October 2013
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Summary: Azzaro pour Homme Elixir is an alternative for those who like masculine rose notes. Well, for me, anyway because those rose notes, tones and hues are invariably too sweet for me and too dense but there is nothing dense about this fragrance. This is a delightful melange of gourmand and restrained oriental elements that presents as a rather sweet but never cloying lavender and geranium accord before metamorphosing into something akin to a confectionery musk.
Summary: Not bad, but nothing special. Similar to: Azzaro pour Homme, Openings of: A*Men Taste of Fragrance, Valentino V pH, Spicebomb, Polo Red, Hot Water. Azzaro pour Homme Elixir is a decent release. As of late, it seems that Azzaro is trying to capitalize on the "pour Homme" brand, making flankers of the original. A wise decision on their part, since Azzaro pH, is probably one of the best fragrances and top sellers of all time. I can't say the same about Elixir though.
Summary: The hardly realizable attempt to ground a new olfactory dimention (more sweet, tasty, dusty, mysterious and appealing??) on the sphere of one of the most appreciated aromatic creations of the parfumed universe. There is the lavender, the oakmoss, some spices plus smoke, geranium, a citrusy accord, may be the aromatic touch of anise and on this plane they added a fruity-tasty insertion (pear and blackcurrant) and a soapy, bit powdery, base because of the vanilla, labdanum...
Summary: Another proof that manly and sweet can coexist with little fuss. Take the original APH which is a bit sweet but quite dense, and thin it out to about 70% strength then vanilla in the middle. There is a rosy thing going on too though a bit synthetic and probably two note vibing off each other. If you are looking for a scent that says you are manly yet sensitive, this is a good choice.
Summary: I dont know if amazon is going to answer this i hope they are as honest as they claim to be, but this product i think is a fake. I went to Sears to try this cologne and since i saw it for a better price here, i order it. It didn't lasted as long as the one at the store...also the spray has a different silver color from the one that is at the neck of the bottle so that proof made me suspect that along with the weak lasting power they have send me a fake bottle.
Summary: I should say that this is the biggest victory of Azzaro house for the last 15 years. I expected Elixir to be something similar to... Davidoff Hot Water, sweet and powdery. But in result I got a complex scent, that can't be named sweet. The main advantage of Elixir that it is not a copy of something else, it is rather self-sufficient, has its own soul.