Reviews and Problems with Cacharel Amor Pour Homme
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4 April 2012
Summary: I rather like this fragrance, so much so that I'm keen to wear it myself. When I first sprayed Amor pour Homme it reminded me of my Mother's Italian cooking spices, it had a very herbaceous quality. The more it settled, I could sense the element of freshness and sweet masculinity. At times this fragrance oozes a clean soapiness which is highlighted by some juicy citrus and rich spices. Although very masculine, I can't help enjoying this fragrance on my skin.
Summary: I have a housemate who wears this and I'm working up to telling him to ditch the stuff. Amor pour Homme is a hastily thrown together mixup of cheap soapy rubbish which quickly gives way to dreadful fumes of synthetic woody amber. A harsh, crass blend without a trace of nuance, it isn't even exceptional: it's patronisingly generic. I can only assume it is sustained by men making a perfunctory effort to smell good, not realising they would do better not to bother. Avoid.
Summary: Edit 4-26-2012 What was I thinking. This scent is rather harsh and on my skin it works a bit weird, after a while it smells like body odour...I am not kidding. This is one of many fragrances I no longer like. My earlier review: I do not detect any rose note in this fragrance, but do I care? Scentemental wrote an eloquent review and obviously his nose is much better than mine, but I really like this fragrance very much.
Summary: Amor Pour Homme strikes me as urban in nature and delivery. The pyramid says citrus and tea, and I get those but the accord has a slight metallic tinge to it. I rather like it — it’s a bit sharp and it has and attractiveness about it. I don’t get much spice, just tea, citrus, and a bit of metal in a nonaggressive accord. The mid notes don’t offer me any spice either, and no rose—I get green in the middle level but nothing floral.
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Summary: Notes: rose, "purple wood", vetiver Ghastly stuff. Sweet, completely generic. I've smelled clones of this dozens of times. Obnoxiously synthetic. The rose and vetiver are missing in action. On the other hand, this is the most ACCURATE rendition of purple wood I've EVER come across. :-( "Igor, come to the laboratory and see what I've cooked up today..." "Yes, master..." An Avon catalogue reject.