Reviews and Problems with Viktor & Rolf Spicebomb
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Good buy, one to definitely try.
12 June 2014
Summary: Spicebomb men is a very nice cinnamon, spicy, tobacco scent. With the slight sweetness, the fragrance is a very good masculine night out scent. Strong enough to take on a cool evening and those around you will definitely smell it.
Summary: This is not a bad fragrance by any means. It's very bold. It can best be worn in the winter as in the summer, this fragrance could very easily become cloying. This is a great alternative to those who want a good clubbing fragrance like One Million but don't want to wear the same thing as twenty other people in the room. Do note that this scent is not for everyone, it is very spicy.
Scent seems authentic, but Amazon is not a licensed reseller
Steven Slupe, amazon.com
7 February 2014
Summary: I haven't had a problem with the scent, but I've experienced the same missing promo and barcode that many have reported. Amazon has been plenty gracious about it--they even sent me a second bottle when the first showed up with the missing promo and barcode (which was also missing the promo and barcode). I contacted Viktor & Rolf, and they sent me the below message, which I thought anyone looking to buy the cologne ought to be aware of before making a purchase.
Not sure if its the real thing....but pretty close
R. Little, amazon.com
22 November 2013
Summary: I smelled this cologne at Sephora while on a trip in New York and immediately fell in love with the robust spice scent. i ordered it on amazon as I have prime and it had a lower price point. Like others the packaging showed that it was opened before as a number on the inside of the box was removed (its for the Viktor and Rolf Secret Service). It smells softer than what I remember and no where near as robust (the first time I smelled caught me off guard, which I loved.
Summary: Spicebomb came out in January 2012 from the perfume lab of Olivier Polge, working in the division of Viktor & Rolf of l’Oreal. It is a woodsy, sweet and spicy explosion of scents; a mixture of fire and ice. The heat is provided by pepper, tobacco, white leather, saffron and cinnamon. The chill includes a fragrant burst of bergamot, elemi, grapefruit and pink pepper.
Summary: Spicebomb came out in January 2012 from the perfume lab of Olivier Polge, working in the division of Viktor & Rolf of l'Oreal. It is a woodsy, sweet and spicy explosion of scents; a mixture of fire and ice. The heat is provided by pepper, tobacco, white leather, saffron and cinnamon. The chill includes a fragrant burst of bergamot, elemi, grapefruit and pink pepper.
Summary: It's an outstanding fragrance. It seems that its intensity varies with one's mood: sometines really spicy, sometimes softer, but never unnoticed. It's a fragrance for men with a strong personality. Strong personalities require a scent with a profile like this one.