Excerpt: This was a variation from the original Fahrenheit released several years ago. This time it is Fahrenheit 32. This was released in 2007 and the personalities responsible for this are Francois Demachy and Louise Turner. The packaging this time was appealing.
Summary: I bought this last week for my boyfriend and I must say it really is a nice perfume, a strong fragrance that lasts for almost a day. Not as powerful in the evening of course but pleasant nonetheless.
Summary: I bought my first bottle at duty free shop at Heathrow airport. I mistakenly thought it was a women's fragrance since there were no clues on the box and bought it for myself (a lady). After I had used the whole bottle and started looking for more I discovered it was for men!
Summary: Let me break it down like this...as a man, I think it's a little too perfumey - smells more like perfume than cologne. But when I wear it, the women respond like no ther cologne I've ever worn. That's reason enough for me to buy another bottle.
Summary: This scent does not remember original Fahrenheit. It's a very sweet vanilla with some citric tones (orange blossom) that may get cloying due to its heavy sillage, projection and great lasting power. Actually i would not use this in hot summer days, but only in fall/winter.