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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 like that the scent has a story. But this particular scent didn't do it for me. I'd be interested in some other scents by Arquiste.3
There isn't much to say about this one other than it's just OK1
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