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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.
Nice scent, but use sparingly, as too much will make everyone, including myself, a little nauseous3
Nice, complex layers of scent. Wife liked the smell of this cologne. I wasn't a huge fan, but the scent does eventually grow on you.3
I like the smell, and could definitely see myself wearing this. But it's not the best I've had.3
The smell of this cologne was ok, but not my favorite.3
This cologne was way too sweet. Typically I like more dry scents such as bergamot and citrus.2
The smell wasn't bad, but it's definitely not worth the price for me. Waaayyy too expensive for what it is. I usually spend $40-75 on my colognes.2
This is a good sophisticated smell. I only think it smells a little old-fashioned on me. Also, the price it more than I am willing to spend on fragrance.4
I thought the smell was great I just wish it wasn't 165 dollars5
This scent is very complex, it is rich and woodsy all while having a crispness to it4
This is the perfect fragrance for this rough winter we are having in NJ, really captures the season, I really like it, it is a little expensive, but who knows I might just treat myself!5