Summary: Seaweed, citrus, salt and lavender - what a perfect clean, fresh combo. The dirty brine scent stops it being too generic, while the woodsy vanilla dry down adds some complexity. The citrusy top notes linger lusciously. There's a lot going on, but don't expect it to last.
Summary: After sprayed it's nice for about 5 minutes... then it starts to kick with stink as me after a long working day. Why would anyone buy a bottled sweat? Guys just don't take a shower for a few days and you'll smell the same, don't bother buying this, I just wonder how would a lady smell after sprayed...
Summary: I feel like this is the aquatic scent perfected. Smells a bit similar to Acqua Di Gio but this is nicer. Longevity is average, subtle projection. Like others I would like a little more strength to it. Pairing it with an aquatic bodywash and/or deodorant helps. The bottle is great.
Summary: Simply amazing...Somehow Jacques Cavallier, being the MASTER that he is, managed to turn beach sand into an unparalleled fragrance without it being your typical "tropical" scent. Like, seriously, I can smell sand in this scent, and it's nothing short of amazing. Bravo Jack man. Bravo.
Summary: This smells exactly how you would imagine a quality aqua and marine scent to smell. Classy as always by Bvlgari and I would say it's suitable for any age, although I doubt the One Million crowd would get into this.
Summary: Bvlgari Aqva Pour Homme Jacques Cavallier - does anything more need to be said? Not really,because Jack very well known to all of us self-respecting frag-maniacs. This is a beautiful,elegant and classy scent good for spring/summer/fall.Although it's quite linear , it's still impressive.You get a...
Summary: This was my first real signature scent. I have about an 1/8th the bottle left and it reminds me alot of the summer of 2015; this was when i first discovered it and it was also when I first started dating (and still do) the most amazing woman ever. It brings back wonderful summer memories.