Summary: After reading such positives reviews on this, I pulled the trigger and bought a bottle. For the record, my bottle has the original dark side and base. Before purchasing, I tried the EDT, and was suitably impressed. The EDP is amazing. The complexity of the scent is wonderful.
Summary: i tested this today and i have to say that this is one amazing scent. so full and complex. i have to buy it. it smells nicer on my skin like on the paper strip. definitely for colder months. Dry down is similar to original A*Men
Summary: Upon commencing my search for my 10th fragrance I intended to purchase a light, perhaps citrus-y scent, ideal for the 'glorious' British summer. However, this didn't happen (well, apart from the citrus-y part maybe) - after coming across LIDG at a reduced price, 10th spot is now taken.
Summary: bought 2nd bottle for my hubby. Say's a lot ;-) Here summertime, but still great blend on his skin! When he wears this ...I just want to stay very close to him :-) Good for romantic nights, partytime ..just try, it's very natural smell. I think it suits mature men better, not for teenagers.
Summary: Extraordinary fragrance. Must be given a full and attentive wearing to be fully understood. Lots of development, lots of complexity, amazing dry down and great longevity. After a full day's wear, you feel like you have worn 4 different fragrances.
Summary: This is an extremely elegant and classy perfume. Fantastic longevity. I had the reverse/same reaction as globus pallidus below; the first time I tried A*Men, I couldn't help but think it would be an everyday, more casual version of LIDGE.
Summary: Unlike some people said, I think LIDG is very versatile. Ok, it's warmer and kind of sober. But, differently of LIDGE, the citrus notes are very present and they make all these more flexible. Just avoid hot temperatures. It's a beautiful fragrance, no doubt.