Woody Aromatic Fragrances

Gucci Guilty Black Pour Homme – Dark and Department Store Like

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Announced in December 2012 as the new extension of a brand which convinced that Gucci is sailing on a tricky track, Gucci Guilty Black Pour Homme is merely a pale image of the scents once unveiled by this Italian company. And here I’m mostly referring to 1998’s Envy for Men and 2003’s Gucci Pour Homme, because […]

YOSH Sombre Negra Review

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Sombre Negra is one of my most recent discoveries in the category of the special fragrances that aren’t for everyone. And here I’m referring to the scents that do not appeal to the large mass of customers. Manufactured by YOSH, a niche house founded by botanical perfumer Yosh Han and based in San Francisco, Sombre […]

Tommy Hilfiger Freedom Review

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If someone would ask me to describe the most recent masculine fragrance from Tommy Hilfiger, I shall say that I’d rather not. That is, due to the fact that I prefer to remember the other essence with the same name (released in 1999) from one of my favorites garment brands. Arrived on the market towards […]

Davidoff The Game – Scent for Keeping Cool

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Introduced in 2013 accompanied by the tagline “winner takes all”, The Game is the most recent masculine fragrance from Davidoff. Described as a woody aromatic and with the right touch of elegance, this perfume was developed by perfumer Bernard Ellena, brother of famous Jean-Claude (for those of you who do not already know the in-house […]

Givenchy Gentlemen Only – Reserved for True Givenchy Fans

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Gentlemen Only represents the most recent launch in masculine perfumery from Givenchy, since their 2005’s Very Irresistible. Although it was announced to arrive on the market in April 2013, I managed to get a sniff of it with one month in advance thanks to Sephora, which was kind enough to procure it faster and in […]

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