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We’re all for testing out the latest fashion trends (even if we are a little skeptical about the supposed return of pleated trousers). When it comes to cologne, however, we like a classic scent—like this new one from English Laundry. The evolving scent opens with fresh, citrusy notes, and settles into a woodsy mélange that’s never passé.
This cologne wasn't offensive or unsavory, but to be honest this was not a scent which I'd personally purchase on my own.1
Not all scents are for everyone, and Notting Hill is not for me.
It reminds me of an older person's scent, that is why I gave it to my father in law
The English Laundry products are just a miss for me. The fragrances are too overpowering and not distinctive.1
This cologne smells a bit too much like Abercrombie & Fitch's Fierce for me to be into it1
I hated this scent. Wish I hadn't sprayed it right on me. It's so womanly. Ultimately, though, I wish I'd stop getting these tiny, worthless cologne samples. You can get these for free when you try out colognes at places like Macy's. This doesn't help me at all, and the colognes mostly don't smell rustic/manly enough to truly be men's cologne.1
I don't wear perfume so I wouldn't buy this product. Please don't send more perfume samples!1
Smells like any guy any where. Not unique or interesting at all. Chemical.1
This product had a not so great scent. It really smelled like something am old man would wear.1
I hate to be negative but the smell is just not for me. It is almost sickly sweet in the worst way.1
My test of a good fragrance is if my wife likes it on me. She didn't like this at all.1