Summary: A very strong perfume with great longevity however not masculine enough for me. It's a nice perfume for the first half an hour, with lovey bouquet of nicely blended citrusy spices that unfortunately quickly wears off allowing for the woody, base notes to take over turning it into a powdery scent that says anything but "masculine". Not my cup of tea but, due to great longevity, I give it a 7,5.
Summary: What is left to say... Loving this fragrance on my skin. It gives a sensation of clean and fresh but not only, the deeper base notes give it warmth and seductiveness. Appropriate for any season. Great sofisticated signature scent.
Summary: I got a whiff of baby powder and expensive soap. That's it. There weren't any particular notes that stood out to me. I don't have kids, and I don't live on the west coast, but I imagine that this is what a freshly bathed Beverly Hills baby smells like. It's too feminine for me to wear, but it may be right for a certain type of guy, maybe a confident and well-coiffed young urban professional.
Summary: ~ A soapy sophisticated saffron sandalwood Masterpiece! I love the purple juice in it's classy chic clear glass and silver top bottle! I enjoy Amber's luxurious unisex floral opening almost as much as the slightly more masculine sweet musky patchouli dry down! This may never be rated a top sexy date scent but I feel right at home in the church pew or even at a job interview with no fear of wrinkled noses just smiles of appreciation! 10/10 all the way around!
Summary: Nowadays there is mo more classic concept of working hours. That's why Prada is perfect contemporary scent. Perfect for job and after job date, drink or visiting the theater. Beautiful airy mix of saffron, gentle leather, tonka, vetiver on the soapy musk base. Clean and classic, as well as hidden sexy, contemporary and elegant. The mixture of notes is well blended, thus it's hard to choose one main note. For some reason women really like this scent.
Summary: This is definitely the Devil's cologne. It may not seem to fit the bill at first, but one thing you will definitely agree upon is that it is mysterious. It is one of the most versatile colognes I have smelled, transforming from clean barber's soap to flowery perfume to incense to a combination of every man's product out there. It is well-blended, sophisticated and luxurious, and as many other have stayed, clean.
Summary: I really like it. I have creed aventus and Tom Ford TV and hoped to find my signatur in one of those, but this could easily end up being it I like a manly scent and the opening is a bit feminine, but only a short time Fresh from a pro barbershop= the nose loves it
Summary: Ok scent, but for me too soapy and detergent like. I don't feel Saffron I really adore. It for me only ok, nothing more. Artificial, medicinal like most designer scents :( I got is as a present and passed it futher.