Summary: Like sitting in the leather back seat of a luxury sedan as the tires squeal down a Hollywood drive at sunset. Hot rubber, a man's cologne and woman's perfume mingling in the overheated car interior. The woman's tea splashes and spills as the driver veers down boulevard after boulevard.
Summary: - Don't tell anyone - I recently rediscovered my liking for this pervy rubber heaven. I dislike lapsang tea so heavily that I had to stop wearing Black a few years ago after having the misfortune of drinking the actual tea and vomiting afterwards..
Summary: I passed this up a dozen times in Ross. Today I took the chance and boy am I glad! This is lovely! Obviously unisex but soooo classy! Just a lovely light leathery scrumptious parfum! Words fail me..its so unique and expensive smelling! Give it a try..and wait for the sensual drydown!
Summary: A strong Chinese black tea poured over pine wood, bergamot, sandalwood, a mild jasmine and subtle rose accord, and a delicious smoky, ambery vanilla. Every single time I wear this and think to myself after a few hours that it's completely faded, I end up getting a compliment from someone.
Summary: This is not a bad fragrance but it doesn't do much for me either. It's a soft, smooth vanilla with that weird tire note. If I was just smelling this without reading anything about it first I wouldn't have said tire shop scent but I guess that's the closest association I can think of.
Summary: Rubber/ smoky leather, softened by a faint sweetness in the base. As another commenter mentioned this isn't a greasy, dirty rubber, like an auto repair shop, but a pure, clean, tobacco-like rubber. To me this smells like a man's study; luxurious leather chairs and the residual smell of pipe smoke.
Summary: I have made several serious attempts to try this but, as yet, have not even got to spray it on my skin!! As soon as I smell it, I recoil. Formula 1 on a hot day personified. Brilliant concept but definitely not my cup of tea.
Summary: Oh, how do tastes change! I remember testing this a few years ago and thinking it was awful. Reading Luca Turin and Tania Sanchez's review on this (although I heartily disagree with most of their reviews) made me want to test it again. And what a good idea that was!