Summary: Oh my gosh, I just love this fragrance. Complex and layered, and every new development is a delight. This is a beautifully balanced floral, with an amazing progression, great lasting power and excellent sillage. It smells expensive, elegant, refined and mysterious. Each note complements the other, with a perfect harmony among the components.
Summary: I got this perfume for my birthday. When I got it, I tried a little bit on my wrist, an hour later there was no smell. Also, the perfume smells like ammonia mixed with lemon scent. Next day, I contacted the seller to return the perfume. They refused to give me my refund. I had to file a complain with Amazon, which they granted me. Amazon has a wonderful customer service. I didn't want to spend $300 on a cheap copy of the original.
Summary: A beautiful scent, and well liked by the fairer sex. As others have mentioned, the notes are very well blended, so no individual note takes over for long. Sillage is moderate to low, but longevity is good on me, though the scent remains close to the skin. Great for any occasion. It did take me a few wearings to fully appreciate this one, but I can say I will certainly purchase another bottle.
Summary: I tried a sample of this and I found myself smelling my wrist often. Then I realized that I loved it! I think this is the first non vanilla scent that I love. I am glad to have found it! I would reccommend trying a sample first, everyone has their own tastes.
Summary: For some reason this cologne suits me. It mixes very well with my chem and projects just right. Grassy, sweet, spice and yes.. buttery. Reviewer below kind of popped my sails when he said that it smelled like butter to him and now it's in the back of my head when I smell it too. Still love this scent though. It has enough green to it that keeps it on the fresh side. It does not seem to last very long considering the quality ingredients this has inside.
Summary: 1872 for Men opens with mandarin orange tempered with a hint of grapefruit and bergamot for zest and even just the faintest whiff of lime for good measure. The heart of the scent is quite the grassy green floral and herbal mixture with primary heart notes of hay-like marigold, clary sage and petitgrain with only patchouli from the base being detectable as it creeps into the heart notes well in the background. Projection and longevity are both below average to average.
Summary: This juice screams highest pure and natural quality with not a trace of synthetic chemistry. Floral and green, bright and deep, with a hint of pepper - truly beautiful. Main drawback on my skin is a (non)- longevity of about 30 minutes; only Hermes Eau d'Orange Vert lasts shorter on me. The Hermes fragrance, however, is not only a citrus scent but also an Eau de Cologne, and repeat refreshing applications are to be expected.