Summary: I can't shake the feeling that Armani was trying to copy Burberry London with this fragrance. There's just similarities there in the individual notes/accords that I cannot describe in words by jump out at me when I sample both fragrances.
Summary: Coffee with citrus and pepper at first. sorry for lack of better adjectives. Iight vanilla note, with the sharp-high citrusy notes common to armani, but with a musky bottom. this did not last longer than two hours on me. won't purchase again for this reason. otherwise, would have loved it.
Summary: I really like the smooth coffee type aroma of Attitude. However, there is also a certain type of sourness that slightly ruins it for me. It’s a nice scent, just a little off. Too bad could have been something great
Summary: a gimmick............very short lived generic smelling woodsy cologne with some expresso or coffee note,,,,,,,,,, a spiked up weaker version of armani code nothin u will get compliments or anything on and it wont even last a few hours its definately a waste of money
Summary: If by some great misfortune I'd be deprived of Zino by Zino Davidoff, I'd definitely look up to Armani Attitude which I consider a very good copy of Zino. Even though a copy, I must say a good one, and this scent deserves thumb up based on a fact that Zino is being discontinued.
Summary: The first blast is like a sort of mix made with A*Man and Lolita Lempicka Au Masculine, the coffee is immediately noticeable on the side of a powdery and milky aromatic mirrh. The lavender is in the meanwhile ready to snap becoming soon perceivable while passing time in its sort of watery, subduing...
Excerpt: I've been looking for this scent for weeks since I ran out. Very difficult to find. I bought 3 bottles of this and it's just as advertised. The bottles are very small (.17 oz) but that's how it was presented in the ad. I'm glad I purchased it as I was really missing the smell.
Pros: Great Smell, Not Overpowering, Sensual, Sexy