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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 feel sexy when I wear 1899. I need the full size.5
Just don't like the fragrance. The product is just Not for me. My wife doesn't like the smell.3
I like it, my wife loves it. Interesting combination of fragrance notes, definitely unique in the sea of department store colognes.4
This is just dark enough and just light enough to become a staple!5
When I first tried it I did not like it, but after it set I really enjoyed the scent.4
So this fragrance wasn't my favorite but it wasn't terrible. I'm sure many men would love this but I am not one of them. It just wasn't strong enough for me.2
Sometimes I really like the way this stuff smells, sometimes I don't. I can't figure out what it is about this stuff, but there's something about it. I couldn't spend that much on something that I don't absolutely love though.4
I am sure there are guys who would like the fragrance, I just wasn't feeling the old gentleman scent.1
This cologne smells great; a very fresh and light fragrance. However, I don't think is worth the price.4
This cologne smells great - and the concepts are fun. Plus my girlfriend loves it!5