Summary: In 1988 Dior decided to break the mould in terms of men's fragrances and decided to go in a different direction, by turning the established system on it's head. What they managed to create was something entirely unique (even today). They succeeded in creating a truly remarkable and very masculine floral (by using violet, nutmeg, carnation, and a lot of leather). The result? Something which smells beautifully modern even today. In a word - timeless.
Summary: This is definitely a fake of the original perfume. I bought this for my husband who has been using this fragance for almost 6 years and i just wanted to surprise him and bought this from amazon. But i got surprised because it didn't smell the same and the spray pump doesn't work. It sprays out the perfum like streaming water. Horrible buy. I will never buy perfumes online again.
Summary: I have been wearing Fahrenheit since it came out. It is a perfect cologne for my body. This is NOT the same cologne I have been using! It is not as strong (about 1/2 strength) and does smell different. It is not as deep and mysterious as it used to be.
Summary: Fahrenheit is a leather-based, dark semi-floral that is long-lasting and draws compliments. I first started wearing Fahrenheit in 1989 and still wear it to this day. I have often smelled this in the trendy nightclubs and even a couple of times at the symphony, often times even worn by women. I suppose it is a unisex fragrance. It 's definitely one of my faves!
Summary: Some of these don't quite have the smoky sent... Okay, I'm a guy and describing it isn't my strong point. I have been using this for years. My wife loves it. It has become ... over a 20 year period, my signature scent. This particular type has the real strength. Not watered down. Doesn't take much.
Summary: This flanker makes me think that Fahrenheit lost it's personality. It's now in the same way of the most recent releases: sweet scents. Then it goes far away from the classic. Opens with a nice rum note with some licorice. In the middle joins the violet and leather (from Fahrenheit DNA). In the drydown there are lots of vanilla over a light woody base - that's when it goes totally away from the original.