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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.
Felt that the scent was clean and woodsy. I would not wear this for a date as its more of a daytime smell.3
This fragrance is a perfect balance of clean and woodsy, with a touch of spice. It's packaging was sleek and modern, which adds to the appeal. It's the type of sample that I like: it's not just a vial, it has an atomizer. When I wore this fragrance, I got nothing but compliments on it.5
my husband didn't like this AT ALL. I thought it was just OK but not worth a purchase.3
I was a bit shocked at the price until I tried it and then I understood why. Fine cologne such as this is just like fine wine. Once you've tried it you appreciate why it's more expensive.5
this is a nice casual cologne - i used it for a small dinner party and felt the scent did evolve over time, but doesn't get overbearing.4
I love the smell of this cologne and I usually grab a new fragrance once every 3-4 months. This may be the next scent, although the price is the only thing holding me back. However, I've spent a pretty penny for a good smell in the past so I may grab this if something else doesn't catch my nose soon. This is also a good one to use accumulated points on.4
My wife loved the scent of this but I'm not a fragrance kind of guy.3
A bit too confusing for my liking. Definitely complex as advertised. I've had another sample from this company and it was very similar.3
I really like the smell and it last all day but for $125 a bottle I find the cost is just too high.5
Definitely worth a try. I didn't get more but it was high quality.4