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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. This is a cultured fragrance for a cultured man. Papa would approve.
What a great product. I really like the smell and I have received several compliments. Definitely a masculine scent!4
I never wear fragrance, but I have to admit this is an awesome scent. Smells like fresh oak and fresh air. I will have to keep this in my life.5
Smells good. I might wear it on a special night, but I'm told I smell pretty good without cologne. No need to cover up the pheromones!3
this was a nice scent, but I had something similar. also a bit on musky side for me.4
I normally don't wear a fragrance, but this one intrigued me, until I saw the price- just not worth it.4
It only takes one spray of the 1899 sampler - bold, deep, and floral - to smell nice for the day. Though strong, it is a nice fragrance that is different from others I already own. I'll keep this one around!3
I liked the scent of this product but the price tag is too much for me. I can spend less on something that I like just as much3
This was a new product for me. I liked how the top bergamot note faded in after a short time revealing the dark spice. I wouldn't wear it in the spring or summer, but it was a good call for the October box.5
I like the strong vanilla notes in this fragrance. I just wish that it wasn't so expensive. I generally don't drop anywhere near this much on cologne, so for something that's a bit outside my normal fragrance profile, I just can't justify it.4
When I saw that this was in honor of Ernest Hemingway I thought, "Whiskey? Cuba? Cat urine?" Alas, none of those are the touchstone scents of this fragrance. It smells pleasant, though.3