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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.
I didn't like this smell at all...I thought it smelled like a woman's perfume. When I saw the price...no way!1
Doesn't blow my mind, but it certainly doesn't drive me away either. Just a masculine pleasant scent.4
This scent is wonderfully masculine and not too overpowering. The 150 dollar price tag on the full-size eau de parfum would be the only thing stopping me from purchasing in the future.5
looks very nice, but just isn't my cup of tea for a scent.1
Unique scent, but really not all that interesting compared to the others that are out on the market, and at a $165 price point you've got to be kidding me...2
I wasn't all that impressed with the scent of this cologne, but I think it's just not my style. However, at $165, it would have to be perfect for you to justify buying it.2
Just didn't jive with my normal taste in scents. Bit too chemically2
It's funny but this actually smells "Russian." But it's too strong for me. I'll stay with what I'm using.3
This smells pretty good, but all colognes smell pretty much the same to me unless they are Brut or that stuff that strippers wear.
I will probably stick with something cheaper but not cheap.
This is a light cologne, fresh. You won't feel like a pile of leather or a pair of new shoes when you're done.5