Summary: This one is better on paper than skin imo. Not saying that I love it, but on paper I feel all the aspects of it come to better. On skin I get 3 stages... First five mins I get a big blast of a medicinal sorta cherry cough drop. A pleasant one though not one that as a kid you would refuse to take.
Summary: Parfumier: Antoine Maisondieu (Burberry Brit, Armani code) GENRE: Spicy Oriental ("Festive Scent") Suited For: Fairly mature: 25 & Up will pull this off in an amazing way or younger guys with moxie on a cool evening among friends or in a large group...
Summary: The London fragrance has really grown on me. After using it about once a week for a month or so, I've gone from thinking it's okay to liking it very much. This is probably caused by the fact that I have never had something similar to this, so it's a totally new smell to me, needs some time.
Summary: I've only tried this one in a shop a few times. I first sprayed on my arm, took a whiff, and went: "Oh, GOD NO". I really didn't like it. It seemed way too strong, peppery and tobaccoish. Almost a little smokey. Well, after shopping for a while I eventually got home.
Excerpt: Perfect balance between the warm/woody and the floral/fruity (bergamot/lavender). Superb. I guess it depends on your own skin chemistry with the perfume, but it drew a lot of compliments from both women and men.
Pros: Draws Compliments, Great Smell, Sensual, Sexy
Excerpt: This perfume was gifted to me by one of my old friends. I simply loved the fragrance. I just sprinted a little and it used to last me for hours and hours. Sometimes a little more would last me for my whole 9 hour shift and my friends would …
Summary: the opening is a bit too pungeant but after a bit it starts to give off a soapy cleanliness sense of fragrance, i was so uncertain what to choose when i both smelled burberry brit and burberry london so i bought both. i kept them for a long time then i opened them.