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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 enjoyed the smell of the cologne, it was unique and while it is strong at first as the day goes on it fades and is better. I think it is a more sophisticated scent and I would only wear it to formal events but it does catch the attention of others.4
This scent was way too strong and had the afternotes of the scent were unpleasant and lasted too long on their own.1
It smells great on. Not impressed with the bottle or the price.4
This was a welcome change from the other scents I wear. It's a nice winter cologne, but I don't think I could justify the price vs my normal scents.5
Probably the worst smelling cologne in the world! And ridiculously priced.1
This smelled good, but for the price I'll stick to my current favorite.4
My boyfriend sampled this and personally I loved it. But he didn't. Said he'd wear it for me on date night but will be sticking with his old stand by the rest of the time.2
I have a men's cologne I have been wearing for years. I only wear fragrance on special occasions. I gave this product a chance simply because I enjoyed the BB video from Carlos Huber and the writeup for the product. It's a nice scent but not classic enough for my taste.4
Scent was fine. The fragrance lasted for a while too. I didn't like it more than what I typically use, and especially not after seeing the pricing.3
This is a great and very versatile scent. Could be worn in autumn, spring or winter.5