Reviews and Problems with Truefitt & Hill 1805
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I am a huge fan of Truefitt & Hill products
Bill James "Bill", amazon.com
12 April 2014
Summary: I am a huge fan of Truefitt & Hill products. The Grafton cologne is not overpowering as long as you use only one spray. I found that after when I take my shirt off at the end of the day, say 10 hours later, I can still smell the cologne on it because I spray the top of my shirt and no, it does not stain any shirt at all
Summary: but I did not. Instead I went directly to the Trufitt site and purchased a sample pack from them which had this, and seven other colognes, plus 10 assorted shaving creams and aftershave . As mentioned in another review, cologne is a very personal thing. This is a crowd favorite, but it's not for me. The scent lasted on me for about 3 to 4 hours. I would describe it's notes as synthetic, chemical, sweet aqua. Initially, I found the scent tolerable.
Summary: I know when it comes to cologne everyone has their own idea of what they like but this is one of my favorites and when I ran out of the first bottle I ordered a replacement. Unknown to me however, my wife, wishing to surprise me, also order me a replacement ordered a bottle from her computer the same day. Imagine my amazement when a package from Amazon had 2 bottles inside!
Summary: This is T+H's Issey Miyake clone, but it starts out weaker, sweeter, and more natural than Issey, with more realistic lemon and less of that sharp plastic vibe. It does develop a little soapiness after a few minutes, which I guess is the English barbershop goodness finding its way into an otherwise very modern scent. The soap briefly brings a clear powderiness along with it like that in Trumper's Skye, only not so much.
Summary: T&H’s rendition of a modern synthetic aquatic cologne. A sweet bergamot opening, which fades quickly to a faint oceanic note. A little woods in there, but overall longevity is poor and this one just isn’t that unique or good.