A perfume designed specifically for the summer, Sunset Heat For Men arrived on the market in 2007, alongside its feminine counterpart, Sunset Heat, and represent a woody aquatic fragrance developed by perfumer Jean-Louis Grauby. The idea of launching 2 perfumes from the same line at once is substantiated by the dual character of the products.
Tested soon after its launch, Sunset Heat For Men behaved nicely on my skin, with a projection that is ideal for the hot summer sun. The construction of this fragrance is built around fruity, tropical and citrus notes that are meant to build a fortress against the elevated temperatures in the summer. As a limited edition that may only be employed throughout the hot weather, Sunset Heat for him is meant to be applied lavishly, for refreshing your senses and maintaining your spirit high.
Sunset Heat For Men has an overdose of citrus in the beginning in which carambola (an exotic fruit with the shape of a star), lemon and grapefruit are pleasantly mixed. The heart follows with accords of hibiscus, green leaves and lavender, then the scent dries down to a woody character, encompassing musk wrapped around warm amber.
The bottle of Sunset Heat For Men is manufactured from transparent ribbed glass, in the shape of a cylinder, revealing the liquid with a shade similar to the blue sea. The packaging box has the same chromatic and comes decorated with a young man exhibiting his sunglasses. Once more, through this image the intention is to highlight the seasonal character of Sunset Heat For Men, a limited edition that vanishes as soon as the summer is gone.
Escada Sunset Heat For Men Perfume Details
- Sunset Heat For Men from Escada is available in 50 and 100 ml Eau de Toilette Spray and complementary products in the rage, such as 150 ml Shower Gel; the lasting power is average (6 to 10 hours) and the sillage is good.
- Olfactory Group: Woody Aquatic
- For: Men
- Year Introduced: 2007
- Perfumer: Jean-Louis Grauby
- Recommended Wear: Day
- Dress Code: Casual