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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. Featuring top notes of Italian bergamot, juniper, and black pepper, a heart of orange blossom, Florentine iris, and cinnamon, and a base of vetiver, vanilla, and yellow amber, this is a cultured cologne for a cultured man. Papa would approve.
I like the scent of this. its not too heavy, or musky. wife likes it too4
Although there isn't anything overly offensive about this particular fragrance, I generally prefer something a little muskier and deeper.3
My boyfriend LOVED the packaging and the quote inside. And the scent was great also- seemed woodsy and like outdoors but in a high end, classic sort of way. Something that a well dressed scholarly gentleman might wear when he retreats to the woods to write poetry or start writing his great American novel :)5
Very good product. Hints of teak wood are very pronounced yet changes throughout the day as your skin becomes more or less oily.5
The scent's a bit on the sweet side, but I enjoyed it. The scent stayed on me all day, which was great.4
this is a great smelling cologne. I was surprised and pleased to find something new as far as scents from birch box.5
I felt the scent was a little overpowering. I might consider another scent at another time, but this one just isn't my thing.4
This is a nice scent, but its a tad on the "mature" side. My husband prefers something with a more fresh and clean vibe.3
I didn't necessarily love the scent, wasn't anything special. wasn't me
I liked the way this smelled, but was not down for the price. I could spend that money on much better stuff.4