No matter the season fragrance is very important for men. Indeed for your look is important to have the proper clothes combo’s but your scent is also very precious.
Guerlain fragrances are truly stunning. Notice that L’homme Ideal is their first men’s fragrance for six years and though disappointingly trend-led (it’s a ‘gourmand’ fragrance built around ‘edible’ notes of almonds and vanilla) it stops short of smelling like Mary Berry’s kitchen, thanks to a touch of leather. All the women I know who’ve had a whiff of it absolutely love it so it’s definitely worth a go.
If you are a powerful, sporty and bold man, then choose the provocative package — it’s a silver cage trapping a glass flacon of gold-colored liquid — immediately hints at what’s to come. African Maninka fruit, which is reportedly an aphrodisiac, mingles with leather for a uniquely seductive and sense-provoking effect.
Man in Black from Bvlgari, is absolutely amazing. Warm and leathery, with hits of rum, rose and – to my nose at least – figs, it’s perfect for the darker and colder nights. Sexy as hell too.
Overall, Montblanc Legend is fruity and woodsy. It’s a very familiar and comforting scent. Also gives you a great piece of confindence.
Gentleman Only Intense by Givenchy opens with mandarin, black pepper, and woody notes (which is apparently birch leaves).
The fruity notes fade to allow pepper and tonka bean (which to me smells strongly of almond) to come through.
The tonka bean remains throughout and is accompanied by leather.
Tom Ford fragrances tend to be more of a choice for connoisseurs, rather than the casual wearer. Indeed, unlike Tom Ford, most mass-produced colognes have so many fragrance oils in the mix, it’s difficult to identify the individual aspects and the scent develops more of an overall impression.
In contrast, there is no missing the tobacco and vanilla in Tom Ford’s Tobacco Vanille.
This scent is like plunging your head into a jar of fresh, aromatic pipe tobacco.
It’s a very refined, masculine, and rich scent and has excellent longevity. You’ll wake up the next morning smelling just as you did the night before.