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Old-world Paris was the inspiration for this complex fragrance. 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, it’s a cultured cologne for a cultured man.
Great product. I really liked it. Would recommend.5
I love the smell of this cologne. I am definitely thinking about purchasing.5
This scent definitely has a late-fall, early-winter vibe to me. It's pretty heavy on the spice, which I don't mind. The biggest downfall for me is the price. At $125, I just can't see myself wanting it THAT badly.4
light and sweet. great scent. but i tend to favor the more natural scents (such as essential oils). would recommend for others, but not into it personally.4
Well its a bit strong how ever long lasting a good for a night out5
The scent made me smell like a Christmas Tree, not too happy with it but scents are a personal thing. This one just was not for me.1
I didn't care for how this fragrance smelled on me, but other than that there's nothing bad to say.3
I do not really use cologne that often. This cologne did smell good.4
Histoires de Parfums 1899 starts out great. Woody, spicy, not too strong and definitely not sweet. The initial opener lasts for about 30 minutes before unfortunately breaking down and completely falling off the rails. The dry down is a powdery floral/orange vanilla mix. Not feminine, boarding on unisex, but definitely bland and not something becoming of a fragrance that's $75 an ounce.
Fans of Spicebomb might like it's opener. It's almost like wearing Spicebomb and then immediately flashing forward a full day and smelling your shirt collar. You're better off saving your cash.
Projection isn't great. It sits very close to your skin, but that is subjective to the want. I'm not a guy who wants a cologne to announce me, so it's not a deal breaker. Definitely not a blind buy when there are similar and better fragrances out there.
I love the scent Histoires de Parfums 1899. My wife is a big fan as well; musky enough but not too over powering with a bit of cedar and some floral notes. The price is the only thing holding me back.4