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Ernest Hemingway, exemplar of all things craggy and masculine, was the inspiration for this complex fragrance—but don’t expect notes of rum and tobacco. Featuring top notes of Italian bergamot, juniper, and black pepper, a heart of orange blossom, Florentine iris, and cinnamon, and a base of vetiver, vanilla, and yellow amber, this is a cultured cologne for a cultured man. Papa would approve.
I will definitely purchase in the future. A little pricey but worth it I believe.5
This smells like a man should smell. Woodsy. Fresh. Man. MMM.5
This is a solid product, but I'm not sure how sold I am on it. $125.00 is average for a cologne, but how many scents does a man possibly need?
When I saw this cologne in the box and read that it was a bit of a peppery scent i was a bit held back on wanting to apply it...but after spraying it I fell in love with the scent. The scent is something I enjoy smelling on myself all day long, and the majority of people I came into contact with that noticed it said it was a good smell...only one person told me the sweetness made it smell a little closer to perfume.5
This fragrance reminds my very much so of Spicebomb by Viktor and Rolf; a fragrance that I typically wear everyday. I got a lot of complements wearing this fragrance, it meshed well with my personality, and my chemistry5
Really love this, will probably end up buying at some point after my current one runs.4
I like my colognes. I am very particular/ downright picky when it comes to them and I choose quality brands. This stuff smells really good but not sure it merits a $125 price tag. It would have to be something very unique and memorable for me to bite at a price like that and this cologne just sort of lacked that. Still good; not a must4
it's not overwhelming but I do find it very manly and kinda musky but not in a bad way... it's just not exactly what I go for usually5
This smell of this is amazing!! I will def be purchasing5
Very earthy, pleasant, and not at all overpowering. However... no way in the world I would ever pay $125.00 for cologne. Just not going to happen...4