Summary: to be honest, I'd rather not wear fragrance than wear this stuff. Extremely strong and biting, I can't imagine wearing this fragrance to work, let alone a date.. smells slightly better when it dries down, but still.... a total "old guy' scent... my dad loves original green Polo cologne from the late 70's, and I don't even think HE would wear this... I simply can't find many redeeming qualities on this one...
Summary: I have always loved the fragrances of the prestigious house of Yves Saint Laurent.I bought one bottle of Kouros some 30 years ago and I could'nt stand the smell.It made me sick so I got rid of it and since then I have not come close to it .
Summary: I must agree with Dillon on this one. There is very little original here. It reminds me of mouthwash and looks a little like it too. I tried to find the original scent here, but no luck. I would say horrible but it is so faint...There are also too many synthetic notes within as if to try to stretch out a non-existent scent. Propylene Glycol is used in anti freeze! It also feels strange on my skin. What a waste of money.
Summary: On the surface it appears pleasant and refreshing. But in the shadows lurk animalic, fecal tones which give the wearer an aura of poor hygiene. Its a pitty, because I'm really drawn to the lighter aspects of this scent. BTW, if you think KOUROS FRAICHEUR is the remedy, think again. This reformulation of KOUROS is very similar to the original with the addition of more fruit, but still does not stray far from its fecal heritage.
Summary: Like the soap you'd expect Thing to hand you at The Addams Family bathroom, or perhaps the kind they use in a Greek prison ? Or (gasp) at a 5 star hotel in Athens? Too bizarre for me. Shoot! And there I was thinking I'm--er..how does it go? " a man who is in touch with his body and understands the importance of fitness. . . virile and energetic. . . it reflects a liberated, frank, and provocative personality. . . . the man who is both physical and cerebral.