Summary: Unfortunately this is not my kind of thing, but straight away you can tell that this uses quality ingredients, as is usual for Dior. Beneath the initial hit of violet leaf and grapefruit you get a hint of the original Fahrenheit scent, but it's quite a different take on the original.
Summary: Yes, Fahrenheit Aqua has the Fahrenheit heritage presented in a light, pleasant form. The greens are prominent in the structure, and the green notes themselves are varied and quite delightful – the basil gives just the right amount of sharpness and the mint is not overdone. Even the light leather in the drydown contributes to the general airiness of the fragrance.
Summary: After falling in love with Fahrenheit, I started getting into the flankers. Absolute is a great scent, with a little of the original with a smoky herbal vibe. 32, not for me with too much sweet vanilla. Then I tried Aqua a few months ago and liked it, I had been planning to get a bottle before summer. The mild oil/gas note was there, just for a bit. The grapefruit and bitter orange really grabbed me! I thought this would be an amazing summer scent.
Summary: Not bad. I haven't tried the original Fahrenheit yet, but this one is an interesting mix of fresh and citrus with a bit of leather and wood. I don't think I'll buy a bottle, but it's okay. It has decent projection and decent longevity as well, maybe 5 or 6 hours on me. Family had no problem smelling it on me from a few feet away, several hours after application.
Summary: The violet is still present but the combination of herbs, cool mint, grapefruit and orange is refreshing and vibrating. The dry down is leathery and the freshness recedes a bit. To me this one is like a more watery and fresher combination of the traditional formula with the one of Fahrenheit 32. Not bad.