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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.
I do not use cologne often, but I like the scent of this one. It definitely comes across as "masculine."4
Great scent. Lasts all day. Very happy with it. However, the price is the big turn-off. Not worth the crazy price tag.2
Histoires de Parfums 1899, is a great buy! I love this fragrance because it has a masculine smell. It reminds of walking into a cigar bar with all the different types of great smelling tobacco's burning.5
This is a great smelling fragance and my girlfriend agrees! I absolutely recommend it as it is one of the better smelling colognes I've used.4
This is a pretty good cologne, but not my favorite. My wife was not a fan, so it will not be purchased.3
Loved this. This was probably the best smelling cologne I have ever tried. I will definitely be buying this in the future.5
I really like the smell of this product, but it is a little light. I won't recommend wearing it in the winter, most of my friends can't smell it, which is great, but even my gf has trouble when she gets super close. It probably is more of a spring/summer scent, but I could be wrong!4
This is a very complex fragrance, and my wife loves it! It is not too sweet --I am a man of few words--but just wanted to give this five stars.5
The fragrance is overpowered by the black pepper and vanilla. Alright as a sample, but I wouldn't buy the full product.3
Doesn't have a strong manly smell. Has a lighter flowery smell to it. Not my favorite cologne, as I normally prefer a stronger more masculine smell.3