Summary: I have been wearing this perfume since 1997. It feels super diluted these 2 years (2014-2016) even thought I bought it from the official Burberry cosmetics counter at a Shopping centre. The non authentic ones sold at local perfume stores are at half the price and smell even worse.
Summary: I never cared for this scent until I tested Taylor. Loved both and now I start appreciating this kind of warm amber vanilla mix. Usually I connect scents with seasons and Burberry signature smells like autumn leaves on the ground: slightly sweet, thick, earthy, soaked in soil.
Summary: the formula of this perfume was selected among consumers tests, the floral bouquet winner was presented to the market in 1995 - had to be intense and striking but fresh, usable and that pocisionasse among the great international classics
Summary: This is soft, dry, warm and mildly sweet. I can detect this under all of the Burberry fragrances- it's like a base for all of them, sets the tone with its warm clean elegance. A theme, if you will- all the rest of them a variation of this. I really like this one.
Summary: I have bit of a turbulent relationship with this one. One one hand it smells great, it`s a classic, affordable and has great lasting power and sillage (borderline monster). Also it brings complements, which is always nice.
Summary: I love this perfume. It's warm smell reminds me of the softness of cashmere. I wear it to bed and like to spray on my scarves. It is not a great perfume but it just is nice. I do not think it is fruity.
Summary: One of my best friends in college used to wear this. It was her signature scent. Everytime I smelled her, I would smell this. I bought a bottle and have enjoyed it for many years since then. It is a warm fruity peachy green apple vanilla scent.