Summary: From a woman's perspective: I enjoy this on a man but I enjoy it equally as well on myself. In my opinion it is very unisex. It is a comforting scent, maybe that is the vetiver and leather notes. It is like settling into your favorite chair with a fire burning and a good book. I don't detect any of the fresh notes, the bergamot or even the peppers, but that could be just my inexperienced nose. I am wearing this with BBW Twilight Woods and it is a perfect match.
Summary: This frag definitely seems to be polarizing opinions here. Spicebomb is aptly named. It is a powerful, long lasting, distinctive and lovely spicy fragrance. It's gorgeous.......in my opinion, of course.
Summary: spicebomb is a name "Opium" of YSL should be called, no other perfume really deserve such a name. anyway, I tested this yesterday, to sweet and hardly any "power" spices in there, I mean, where is coriander, nutmeg, cardamom and other spices? not there! cinnamon is hardly present and the sweet somehow "cough syrups" is there. anyway, its an ok gourmand girly-like perfume, worthless, in my opinion. lasting power and sillage are not that impressive.
Summary: For the money that this goes for I don't think it's worth it. For the smell itself, well, it's spicy just as the name suggests but tamed down for designer standards. If you want something along these lines that goes balls out without holding back, try Costume National Homme, which can be found on Beauty Encounter for $50 and cheaper than what Spicebomb goes for.