Summary: I just try it 3 days ago and I must say this is a very pleasant fragance, very strong on the opening and as it dryes become on a sweet spicy simphony, it is an oasis in a sea of "fresh acuatic" fragances poeple love here in Mexico where I live, maybe they are rigth cuz is very hot weather, but I...
Summary: An excellent fragrance from the Victor & Rolf house. The spices, cinnamon, and tobacco blend in well to create a masculine aroma. The spiciness may seem a bit overwhelming to some that are not used to spicy fragrances, so if you're one of those people, it's best that you not blind buy it.
Summary: A forgotten rock-star returns in grandiose fashion... This morning I was reminded of the beautiful opening of cinnamon and tobacco notes followed by an extraordinary drydown of leather, pepper and vetiver notes of Viktor and Rolf’s, Spicebomb.
Summary: Honestly, as a woman, I would rather wear this than Flowerbomb. I suppose it is obvious that this is for men, given the look of the bottle, but I had absolutely no idea when I sprayed it on nor did I until much later when I went to look up the notes.
Summary: I am compelled to update my prior review based on more recent experience. I was told by a female collegue today that Spice Bomb is the best fragrance I've ever worn which is saying something since I have 135 different colognes in my collection.
Summary: The bottle fit the script perfectly. Amazing what a tea base fragrance can deliver. First spray I was eyes wide open surprised by the burst of lemon and tea I got right from the jump. After a few min it became almost a romantic scent.
Summary: I hold a severe distaste for the female version Flowerbomb, but I adore this one on me. So good... sweet spicy leather and tobacco. My boyfriend said it was way too sweet on him. That being said, I enjoy the way it smells on him and do think this is nice on guys (if you don't mind sweet scents).