Most long lasting perfumes for men 2014

The perfume, no matter if it’s for men or for women, represents the personality’s mark of the owner. Plus, it always completes very well an outfit and emphasizes its elegance with the condition of being well chosen.
Most long lasting fragrances for men are in my opinion purely subjective because, not once it happened to be felt more by some and less by others.
Here are the most long lasting perfumes for men in my opinion:
Thierry Mugler – Pure Malt

A Men Pure Malt by Thierry Mugler, launched in 2013 is a limited edition fusion between Amen and the world of sprits thanks to a patented method inspired by traditional techniques used to produce the finest whiskies. Creamy and caramel, coffee and of course the Some whiskey these are the dominant scent. This is a fabulous and magical fragrance, which succeeds, although it’s a limited edition, to have an incredible effect, been a colossal success for the Mugler house.

Ted Lapidus – Pour Homme

Ted Lapidus is a Oriental fragrance Which WAS Launched in 1987. Clearly the kind of perfume the plywood you fall and you can not forget. A unique fragrance with base notes has sandalwood, tonka bean, amber, patchouli, musk, oakmoss, cedar and tobacco. Pour Homme is an old perfume but with a special charm and a distinctive smell which you can’t forget.

Hermes – Terre D’Hermes


This is a classic of quality fragrances for men. If you are a stylish gentleman who wishes a long lasting perfume, then choose Terre D’Hermes without any doubt. It is an absolutely wonderful fragrance with a sensational scent which will not pass unnoticed.

Thierry Mugler – A Men

The sensational flavor of caramel and coffee made an absolutely fantastic perfume, of course.

Bvlgari Bvlgari Pour Homme Soir

This fragrance is a Woody Floral Musk fragrance for evening as the name suggests. But it is a fragrance that last long, which is not surprising given the fact that as I said above is woody scent. A great fragrance, perfect combination of bitter, citrus and sweet notes.

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