Froman the Sausage King of Chicago, fragrancex.com
20 February 2013
Summary: I won't recommend this to a friend because I don't want him smelling like me but I love the cologne, but I would recommend it to a stranger. It has a great smell and I get complimented all the time.
Summary: I first bought this in 2009 and it quickly became one of my wifes favorites. She says I smell delicious when I wear this. A great fragrance mostly for colder nights out, seems to fade too quick in warm weather.
Summary: This is one of those scents that people notice right away and are drawn to. It is a great signature scent that people will come to expect to smell on you. It is very romantic and heady without being too overpowering. A little goes a long way making this a good value. The intense version is darker and stronger than the regular one. I and my friends like the intense version best.
Pros: Draws Compliments, Great Smell, Long-Lasting, Sensual
Excerpt: As the fragrance lightens up, what surfaces is a strawberry-sweet-like-cough-syrup smell. When it hits on your skin, the nuances evokes and old lozenge which is prominent to somebody frail. The whole dry down stage has no audacity for me. It is extremely low and it is going nowhere. It does not have a heightened alertness or maximum sinewy we expected. The personality of the smell is obviously enfeebled or bleak in its true sense.
Excerpt: This intense scent doesn’t smell ‘ euphoria ’ to me, it’s more warm and sultry, somewhat unfamiliar and exotic. Though I didn’t like it as much as the original, I think it’s perfect for evening soirees and dressy occasions because it emits an exuberant masculine mood. It’s good for the evening and the fragrance keeps hanging in there for the rest of the night. I’m glad to have had the pleasure of using both. But always, one can only be better than the other.