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Like a weatherworn traveler coming in from the cold, this fragrance exists in a state of change. Inspired by Russian winters, love affairs, and the fiery novels of Alexander Pushkin, its aroma evolves from a crisp, citrus opening to a warm, woodsy finish. The result is a unique scent that’s made to inspire memories, whether you’re sitting by the fire, or off for a wintry walk.
I really have no complaints about this except the price. The smell is nice, and is different than other samples I have, but I'll never own it.4
Great cologne, but it does come with a steep price.5
Nice earthy tones make this cologne a classic black tie event accessory. It's a little pricey but a little goes a long way4
This is exactly as described: warm and woodsy. It has a pleasantly musky smell, without being overpowering. It's masculine but not too much so. I would recommend this highly, if it were not for the sky-high price.3
I didn't really care for the scent too well, because to me, it smelled a little too old, as in something my grandfather would wear, however, I realize that it it is a quality scent, just not for men. The packaging was really nice.2
I don't know much about fragrances, but this one has a nice classic scent despite being a little overpowering.3
Perhaps this scent is just too complex for me, but I'm not a fan. It seems overpowering. And certainly the price is intimidating.2
It's an ok fragrance. I prefer English Laundry much more. Plus, the price is ridiculous! I could never spend that much money on a fragrance.3
Not a fan. Way over priced. I thought this scent was feminine and "powdery"1
Not sure why, but this scent wasnt really my style, and for the price i would generally stay away without having sampled first.3