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Ernest Hemingway, exemplar of all things craggy and masculine, was the inspiration for this complex fragrance—but don’t expect notes of rum and tobacco. Featuring top notes of Italian bergamot, juniper, and black pepper, a heart of orange blossom, Florentine iris, and cinnamon, and a base of vetiver, vanilla, and yellow amber, this is a cultured cologne for a cultured man. Papa would approve.
Not really a fragance kind of guy. It smells alright, but it's not something I'll use. It does seem strong, so if I every use it I will only need a small spray.1
I like this scent a lot, but even better, my wife really loves it.
I will certainly be adding this one to my list.
Nice woody, spicy notes in this scent. Great for fall/winter weather.4
very nice scent. not overpowering and is long lasting.5
It has a very woody and earthy tones to it. I love it but would the price is a little steep.5
Although it can be overwhelming if applied too heavy-handedly, this fragrance is my new favorite. I give it two thumbs up.5
Loved this cologne. Very rustic and woodsy, but still classy. Definitely a great scent. A little strong, one spray will do it for sure.5
Love this smell. Very European and sexy. Will definitely buy a full size.5
I sprayed the stuff on me. Now I smell like a theory of what Hemingway smelled like. It's been mentioned that his cologne also contained a sort of black pepper scent. This has that, but is softened by the bergamot.
I'll purchase this when it's in stock. Hopefully when it's back, they have both bottle sizes.
I've been to his house in Key West. I've got plans to visit Cuba. I just don't want to get a place in Idaho and kill myself.
Honestly, I thought it smelled like a perfume at first. My girlfriend liked the cologne I got in my last birchbox 100X more. She agrees that this is almost "too girly."3