Wearers describe the scent as memorable. It's appreciated for its long-lasting finish that isn't overpowering. Scent is clean and uplifting. Vanilla base note isn't overwhelming. Emerges as a popular daytime or signature cologne.
The mint and lemon notes are hit and miss among some.
Original formula from 1996 launch. Pleasant flowery opening fades elegantly into a unique powdery finish with tobacco undertones and a touch of sweetness. Wears lighter throughout the day. Popular for everyday wear.
Some feel its smokiness is too powerful for daytime wear.
Has a clean, refreshed scent that is characterized as youthful and contemporary. Scent isn't overbearing, and according to some wearers, it has somewhat of a grounded finish. Wearers often use it as a summertime cologne.
A few people found the scent a bit too young for their taste.
Scent has a unique pop to it with grapefruit and bergamot as top notes. Has a few earthy middle and base notes that give it a slightly musky finish. A light, airy cologne that is memorable and attention grabbing. Appreciated by wearers of all ages.
Some reports that the cologne's longevity is markedly shorter.
Considered a well-balanced cologne. Not as musky or powdery as other colognes with similar notes. Has a clean, sophisticated finish. Ideal for spring and summertime wear, though it's also popular as an all-season cologne.
Scent dissipates quickly, lasting three to five hours.
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