Reviews and Problems with Carolina Herrera 212 VIP For Men
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Summary: Is funny reading how many reviewers say they smell caviar notes in 212 VIP composition. There is not caviar in this frag. Caviar lime (also known as finger lime) is a citrus fruit which pulp resembles caviar. That being said this fragrance is an amazing sweet-spicy, compliment getter combination intended for those with a young spirit. Hands down a must buy.
Summary: As a woman, I don't like citrusy fresh fragrances on men. I am an oriental lover as it goes for male fragrances too. This fragrance is a non-offensive and safe choice for a young man who is not that much grown up for lets say Aramis, yet still has the aura required to pull off a perfume with some depth and sweetness. 212 VIP Men does have a lovely character. It is safe, but not shallow.
Summary: Yes, this one shares something similar to 1M: a velvety base (amber-leather) surrounded by some citrus and spices. I'm not a big fan of passionfruit smell (kinda sour and reminds me of body odor sometimes), but the note in this juice is unoffensive and well blended.
Summary: It definitely wasn't the real thing. I had recently bought a bottle from a department store and after receiving my shipment I knew it wasn't real. I compared bottles and realized they weren't the same. I never returned because I just gave it to my younger sons. I'll never buy it from them again.