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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've never purchased any scents above what you might find at Target or Walgreens. That being said, this product has a very nice smell that lasts for a long time. I could even smell it after I had taken a shower the next day. I don't find it overpowering, but it is definitely noticeable.5
This cologne represents what I think most people associate with a masculine sent. Very rich woody tones. Not a light or refreshing sent, very deep. So for a more rustic sent, this is recommended.4
I liked this. It's unlike my normal scents. But it's a nice smell and will probably find its way into my collection.5
I enjoy this scent. It is a little heavier than I typically like, but the it has a nice strong earthy smell. The scent lasts a long time and a little goes a long way.4
This is a nice enough scent, but I'd never pay full price for it.
For the money, I'd rather just buy Acqua di Parma, which has a lot more variety available.
I get tired of all the sporty, fresh citrus variations of men's cologne. I prefer darker, woodier aromas. This fragrance has all of that. Very warm and masculine smelling.5
the product had a great scent I wore it every single day until it was gone highly recommend it to anyone4
The smell of this as soon as you spray the first spray you are hit with a leathery sandelwood hint very attractive.5
This is a high quality cologne. It has a very fresh classic scent that's not too overbearing. I feel comfortable wearing it for any occasion.4
I'm not much to wear cologne, I just don't see the value for the price. Five more words for 20 total.1