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Inspired by Russian winters, love affairs, and the fiery novels of Alexander Pushkin, this fragrance evolves from a crisp, citrus opening to a warm, woodsy finish. The result is an aroma that conjures memories, whether you’re sitting by the fire, or off for a wintry walk.
Interesting smell, but a little bit strong. I'm glad this isn't spicey like an axe bodyspray or the like. Kind of pricey for a fragrance that doesn't have a huge following.3
I can honestly say I've never quite smelled something like this for a man. It may be a little too 'soft' for me to justify that price tag.3
This stuff smells good, but at $165 a bottle, that's way more than I'd ever spend on a single fragrance.4
i do have to agree with many of the reviewers; it is a nice addictive smell and glad it does last but i cannot justify the price for something im not fully in love with3
The smell is something new, a little feminine and the sample is very small. I will use it up and continue with what i normally use, also a little pricey4
The pricetag on this is insane. Couldn't get over it, even if it smelled ok.3
This smells sour, or like it went bad. Not a fan at all.1
Wasn't a fan of the scent. Not big into cologne, but this was just too...sharp? Looking at the description, I need a few more fur coats and a hundred liters of Vodka to wear it.1
Overall a good scent, but it needs to sit on the skin for a bit before it actually smells good. The initial scent is very citrus and a little acidic, but once it combines with the skin it definitely takes on a more peppery / earthy tone that is nice.3
I typically enjoy getting cologne samples because I find new ones I like. I did not care for this scent, very soapy smelling.3