Excerpt: One of my husbands top favourites and mine too. Lasts forever! Such a great fragrance and one I instinctly know as soon as I smell it. I love those kinds. It doesn't blend into the category of same as everybody else's. It's a bit like a milky rose which is probably strange for a male fragrance. When my husband first smelled it in a dept. store he didn't like it. Then went back for a bottle! Now he always has this in his collection.
Pros: Draws Compliments, Great Smell, Great Value, Long-Lasting, Not Overpowering, Sexy
Excerpt: This great fragrance is very hard to find. Fragrance X is my source for the unusual hard to find fragrances I like. Fleur du Male is floral, but in a great butch, masculine kind of way. Makes a statement, like me! Powerful and long lasting. Great service from Fragrance X Keep it up guys, you are great!
Excerpt: This is a masterpiece by Francis Kurkdjian..... The ENTIRE Le Male line in fact was a beaming success. This is my favourite by far in the line. It carries a heavier, stronger floral note. For those of you guys who are a but unneasy wearing anything too floral that MAY come off as a bit feminine, then this is NOT the fragrance for you.... I personally gave NO ISDUES with it, because I'm a nan that is very comfortable in my own skin and the ladies love it.
Pros: Clean & Fresh, Draws Compliments, Great Smell, Great Value, INVIGORATING, Long-Lasting, Sensual, Sexy
Excerpt: Very feminine as a floral but shares some of the original Le Male identity.<br /><br />There is a slight error in the listed name as it says it is the "Fleur Du Male Cologne" (which is another totally different product) than the one you are purchasing (which is the "Fleur Du Male Eau De Toilette"). And image of the Cologne variant is listed below.
Pros: Draws Compliments, Great Smell, Great Value, Long-Lasting, Unique
Summary: "Coumarin is a fragrant organic chemical compound in the benzopyrone chemical class, which is a colorless crystalline substance in its standard state. It is found naturally in many plants, notably in high concentration in the tonka bean, vanilla grass, sweet woodruff '(etc. etc ...)'.The name comes from a French word, coumarou, for the tonka bean. It has a sweet odor, readily recognised as the scent of new-mown hay, and has been used in perfumes since 1882.