Summary: I like this. Initial blast is pencil shavings and milk chocolate. This could easily fit into one of Thierry Mugler's creations. It is somewhere between the 'Pure' series and Ice Men. So gourmand is right...kinda caramel like with a hint of something medicinal. Drydown shows quite a bit of vanilla. Longevity is about 5 hours for me, which is not good enough. But it resprays well.
Summary: What can I say, RHUBARB RHUBARB RHUBARB! I went for a blind buy as I used to like Dunhill when they did masculine fragrances and this one had some had decent reviews. I am getting rhubarb and grapefruit in abundance and sandalwood on the drydown. Unfortunately it's lacking in pepper and has no other noticeable woody notes to give any depth to the rhubarb blandness. It has got fairly good longevity and stays on my skin all day, projection is 3-4 hours.
Summary: This is the best Dunhill by P&G ever. It really is something you need to try for yourself as it's really quite a change from the run of the mill scents. Adore the sharp quite green rhubarb note which keeps it's green freshness all the way to the base. I think that's why they use rhubarb in this as it's known to be a fresh element that doesn't fade.
Summary: 51.3 N starts off quite gourmand with a delicious and slightly smoky rhubarb accord. Although the top notes here indicate that grapefruit is present, to me it smells more like apple is paired with the rhubarb. I always think of grapefruit as having a somewhat sour quality and I just don’t get that from 51.3 N. Like a lot of Dunhill fragrances there is a strong underlying sweetness to 51.3 N that stays throughout its evolution.