Summary: Fresh, spicy, and aromatic—Aquaman lets its presence be known. It opens with a clean, sparkly grapefruit/cypress/ eucalyptus note augmented by a refreshing coriander. The midnotes continue the opening in a more muted intensity but are still dominated by the coriander.
Summary: This is a spicy aquatic, and generally speaking I am ambivalent to this type of fragrance. I get plenty of cardamom here along with aquatic notes. If this is your type of thing, give it a try. It isn’t for me though.
Summary: I owned this for awhile and thought it was pretty nice and very versatile. I wouldn't call it "aquatic." It's very very dry and spicy, if not especially attractive. The topnotes are bracing and refreshing - especially the sparking grapefruit/eucalyptus top, which I really enjoy.
Summary: I remember that I liked this one quite a bit when it came out, but after sometime I got tired of it and eventually throw my bottle away. Nostrils burningly sharp blend of grapefruits, eucalyptus, cardamom and spiky woods that hasn’t been polished.
Summary: Huge watery spice in the beginning that remains throughout. More spice than aquatics. This is loud but submerses itself underwater.. The spices want room to breathe but they can;t quaite make i to the surface and ends up being a rather bland scent with subdued wet herbal qualities.
Summary: Brilliant composition? No. Rochas' best? By no means. But a pleasant fragrance nevertheless -- a peppery aquatic whose longevity could be better. (Far better than many out there on the market, somewhat worse than many others.
Summary: Very good fragrance (aquatic or marine) with a touch of fougere… but sadly isn´t overpower, with a poor lasting, very masculine but weak weak weak, so I agree with “cologneguy08” “every second of this fragrance is worth it”