Summary: My initial fear was it being too strong and really for clubbing. But once I got a full bottle blinded I had a wonderful surprise. Spicebomb is not all that that hype talks about. It is sweet, but not too much. Reminds me of MKors for Men but nicer and more uptodate. The tabacco note resembles others like EdB, J Bogart pH, but again nicer and friendier and smooth. There are some florals but very subdue and not feminine at all.
Summary: I love it on my boy, actually i bought it for him, but we both do smell cherries with rum here. when he sprayed it for the first time i said what a gourmad smell it makes me want to eat, because i feel something deliciuos and he said - cherries and actually i do really smell them here even i knew from the first that there no in the notes
Summary: This is an attention-grabber for sure. Spicy and warm (who would have guessed?) and despite the relatively teenybopper-ish name, it's a surprisingly mature fragrance. There's no question that this fragrance lives up to its name--notes of cinnamon, chili, pink pepper, and saffron give it a devilishly spicy bite that is unmistakable. And yet it's a well-rounded cologne with a base of leather and vetiver that keep it within the realm of classic manly fragrances.
Summary: I tested this once and didn't like it. Lately my tastes have been changing so I thought this was worth another try. I was planning on getting a sephora sample but actually found a 50ml at TJ Maxx for $40. I took advantage of the deal and am giving it the first real wear today. An hour and a half in and I'm happy. I don't love it but it's not bad and has a place in my wardrobe. Glad I didn't pay full retail. Cool bottle but kind of a novelty thing.