Allure Homme Sport Cologne Sport is an extension to the 1999’s classic Allure Pour Homme. As an invigorating fragrance belonging to the citrus aromatic olfactory group, Allure Homme Sport Cologne Sport was launched in 2007, being a creation of Chanel house perfumer, Jacques Polge. This dynamic scent offers a fresh version of the woody facet encountered in Allure Homme Sport, the previous perfume from the Allure line, launched in 2004. And judging by the perfume’s concentration, the scent was presented in a larger size, perfect for a lavishly spraying.
The opening in Allure Homme Sport Cologne Sport is an intoxicating shot of citrus accords which being to develop extremely pleasant on the skin. The notes employed in here are mandarin orange, grapefruit, lemon and bergamot. Then, as the initial accords fade away, the heart is unveiled, in a blend of Manilla elemi resin and spices. For the final part, the warmer and more personal aroma of cedar was juxtaposed to white musk.
Allure Homme Sport Cologne Sport comes in a bottle faithful to the Chanel style of design, in which the transparent glass reveals a lemon hue liquid and everything is topped by a silver stopper, adorned with a black ring. It looks like the stopper was the negative image of Allure Homme Sport’s cap (black with solver ring), while the packaging box sports a metallic grey color scheme. The advertising campaign was done using the tag line “a sensation doesn’t need to be aggressive to be strong”. Overall, Allure Homme Sport Cologne Sport is the type of excellent cologne ideal for an active man.
Chanel Allure Homme Sport Cologne Sport Perfume Details
- Allure Homme Sport Cologne Sport by Chanel is available in 150 ml Eau de Cologne Spray; the lasting power is average (6 to 10 hours) and the sillage is good.
- Olfactory Group: Citrus Aromatic
- For: Men
- Year Introduced: 2007
- Perfumer: Jacques Polge
- Recommended Wear: Day
- Dress Code: Casual