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A French aperitif, the Kir Royal, is the inspiration for this bright, refreshing fragrance. Part of the Collection Metal, the unisex scent is, like that classic cocktail, cool, but approachable, bubbly, but grounded. And, because it’s a highly concentrated cologne—at 18 percent, significantly more potent than your usual scents—it has serious staying power.
I didn't like the scent of this very much. It just wasn't me. Even if I did like it, it is too expensive anyway.2
I didn't care for this scent. It smelled a little too old-lady-ish for me.2
This scent was not bad, but too thick and mature for me. The price point is also a bit ridiculous.2
I wasn't a huge fan of the scent of this cologne. It also is quite expensive for full size.2
This scent would not have been too bad if it were not so heavy. One spray could be smelled from a mile away! It also does not wear away during the day, like one would hope for such an overpowering smell. If you are looking for something with a punch that hangs around, this is it. If not, keep going.2
The smell was meh. Very powdery and old lady-ish. Tiny little sample too. And hooollly expensive. Even if this was the best thing I had ever smelled I'm not sure I'd spend $175 bucks on the full size.
I will say though - it lasts a long time!
The smell is just not for me it smells between a vanilla to sandlewood type smell combined2
I really wanted to like this fragrance, loved the whole idea behind it, but it just didn't smell appealing to me.2
This perfume has more of a strong, citrus scent; despite being unisex, I do think it is more masculine than feminine. It's missing a clean "fruitiness". I actually let my fiance try it on and it was much better suited for him! So I considered buying it for my fiance but the price is just outrageous.2
I usually like perfumes and colognes but I didn't not care for this. I felt like it had more of a scent a man would wear. I gave it to my husband to try.2