Known mostly for their feminine creation, Sentiment Pour Homme is barely the fourth masculine fragrance from Escada, following the 1993’s Escada Pour Homme, 1997’s Escada pour Homme Light Silver Edition and 1999’s Escada Casual Friday. This woody aromatic fragrance was introduced in 2002, as a creation of the perfumers Dominique Ropion and Laurent Bruyere. Arrived on the market with a delay of 2 years from its feminine counterpart, Sentiment Pour Homme is mixing soft and fresh spicy notes with woody accords, in order to shape a fragrance in which the dominant note is represented by pink pepper.
It is funny how the olfactive memory is attaching some labels to specific notes that are supposed to function independently of the aroma perceived at a certain moment in time. But, I imagine the most complex it is a creation, the harder is for you to obliterate it from the “memory cache”. Because I mentioned pink pepper as an ingredient of Sentiment Pour Homme, for me, every time I think of pepper in perfumery, I associate this aroma with Terre d’Hermès or sometimes even with Marc Jacobs’s Bang.
Coming back to Sentiment Pour Homme, if you love one of the 2 fragrances mentioned above, there’s a chance that you might like it as well, however don’t expect too much of it. Sentiment Pour Homme opens on a refreshing blend of lime and juniper berries, followed by a heart imbued with pink pepper and offset by nutmeg note. The dry down brings a warm and more personal facet to this perfume, due to the combination of cedar, vetiver and saldalwood. Sentiment Pour Homme is contained in an elegant rectangular shaped bottle made from transparent glass in ruby color and a stopper from the same color scheme.
Escada Sentiment Pour Homme Perfume Details
- Sentiment Pour Homme by Escada is available in 50 and 100 ml Eau de Toilette Spray and complementary products in the range, such as: 200 ml Hair & Body Shower Gel; the lasting power is below average (1 to 6 hours) and the sillage is good.
- Olfactory Group: Woody Aromatic
- For: Men
- Year Introduced: 2002
- Perfumers: Dominique Ropion and Laurent Bruyere
- Recommended Wear: Day
- Dress Code: Casual