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Without a doubt, 1969 was a year of earnest passion. Kurt Vonnegut published Slaughterhouse Five. The Stonewall riots erupted. And don’t get us started on that moon landing. This sweet and subtle fragrance is an homage to the era, with a blend of spicy top notes—and a warm chocolate base—that will get your blood pumping.
This is a nice scent for winter, heavier and more seasonal. But too expensive for me!4
I actually passed this scent to my husband, who is enjoying it!
It was too musky smelling for my personal taste. The scent did last long though!
I didn't think I would like this, I am very picky about what scent I wear. But I fell in love with this after wearing for a few minutes and stayed in love all day long. It has a nice clean smell that you do t get tired of after a long day5
It definitely is reminiscent of the 60s with a blend of patchouli and clove. It is a scent that you will either love or hate. You have to like a musky scent to enjoy it. Definitely for the hippies at heart.3
I usually don't wear a lot of perfume, but I love this5
This scent is a bit manly to me. I like to wear more flowery scents and this seemed like its more for a man.3
The smell is heaven!!! My husband and I both put it on. On him it was a musky patchouli and on me it was sweet roses with some of the clove. We are buying a bottle to share!!!5
I love the idea of this line of perfumes and really enjoy this fragrance! I wasn't alive in 1969, but I imagine the whole year smelled like this perfume.5
Omg, this perfume is horrible. Seriously. It smells like grandma's perfume mixed with grandpa's aftershave. It's so bad. Plus, it almost instantly gave me a headache. I ran to the trash after spraying this on my wrists. Ugh!1
I did not like the smell of this parfum. It had a very strong scent. I could not decide if it was a manly scent or a soapy scent. It would not go away after I smelt it, it lingered on forever. Not something I would ever wear.1