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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.
great cologne. unique, woodsy, citrusy, grabs a lot of attention. any woman who has smelled it loves it. my favorite part is that no one has it, or knows of it. its not a standard store brand, so i dont need to worry about it getting too popular!5
smells ok. i wouldn't buy this product. hard to write what this scent smells like. would pass on it personnaly3
My lady likes the smell of this. I thought it was a little spicy but she thought it smelled great. That's most of what matters.4
I love this. It smells a bit spicy and lasts a long time.5
It's amazing how much this fragrance reminded me a beach to the beach. This is a must if you like some masculine frangrance5
This is without a doubt my favorite cologne. I think it's a great match for personality and body. (I just I could afford the full sized version!)5
This cologne has a scent all its own. It is definitely a good maculine scent. I will be purchasing this cologne in the future.5
This is by far the best sample I have received so far. Histoires de Parfums 1899 has a very unique and distinct scent. It has notes of silk road spiciness with a touch of citrus wood. My favorite thing about this scent is how long it sticks around, at the end of the day I am still getting compliments on how good I smell. It isn't overpowering and the scent really is refreshing and very different from anything else I have tried.5
This is probably one of the best fragrances Ive ever used. Got so many complements when I wore it out. It was never overpowering, and left a very nice light scent.5
Not a fan but not a critic. I like a subtle scent. This is in your face.3