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Interesting notes and I can understand why many men love it, but it's too dark, dry and woody for me. Much too dry and masculine for me to wear. Smells like there is a big dose of oud in it as well. Oud and I are not on speaking terms.
By   - Lawyer from Tallahassee, FL on 8/30/2020
Coze is that time near the end of the party when most have left and the conversation becomes intimate. Possibly that's the weed note. It's complex, a poem that hints at a narrative but doesn't give you all the details. I love this stuff. Today I'm smelling amber plus incense in it, which sounds awful, but is perfectly balanced here. I've noticed the weed and patchouli on a previous wearing. This smells amazing to me. The notes are so blended I can barely separate them; every time I wear it, the iridescent fabric shifts so I see different colors. Throw: It doesn't enter the room before you do, but it's got a soft persistence.
By   - Fragrance newbie from Frankfort, Kentucky on 6/19/2020
A spicy cucumber fragrance.. Very well done and masculine.
By   - CEO  from Minneapolis on 5/26/2020
This is just out of this world! The best gourmand ever maybe. With coffee, chocolate, and a little hemp and dark wood to give it some unisex appeal and not get too sticky sweet. Delicious with every "bite"!
By   - self-employed on 1/6/2015
I bought my second bottle last month and I'm sad to say that it is no longer my favorite. I don't know what the did with the formulation but it lacks the depth and punch from 2 years ago. I love the initial blast but it fades VERY quickly on me now and is gone within 4 hours. No more strong punch of pimento. Damn - this has been reduced from 5 stars to 3.
By   - Project Manager, IT from Portland, Or on 2/9/2013
This really does it for me! Heady,hypnotic,and enticing. EVERYBODY loves this one on me! It's kinda odd when other guys comment on my frag, but it's just that good.I'd wear it even if I didn't like it just for the social aspect.
By   - from Evansville on 10/26/2012
This fragrance has a stunning combination of notes. It gives an impression of fine grain texture, with dark spices and woods, with a touch of gourmand dark chocolate, coffee and vanilla pods. Rich but in a dry way. Outstanding.
By   - from Toronto on 10/6/2012
Smelled like cloves...or that stuff your buy when you have a toothache and it numbs it until you can see a dentist. Either way..
By  on 8/27/2011
Not for me. This weird wet hemp/old coffee or benzoin or something heavy and wet. Not nice on me at all.
By   - Stylist from South of San Francisco on 6/2/2011
Choclate glazed donuts, mmm.....
By  on 3/2/2011
too dry and masculine for me
By   - from st.louis on 5/6/2010
Love it on men and women. Been searching for a spicy scent for a while, but this has the perfect sweetness to balance the spice. Very classy and is very well blended and the drydown is beautiful. Wish it were in stock.
By  on 2/7/2010
Coze is kinda hard to describe, probably because its very unique. I smell hot cocoa with lots of marshmallows and a earthy yet pleasant base note. Not quite as sultry as I had hoped, its actually rather perky but still comforting. very nice!
By  on 4/17/2009
Bitter chocolate, dust and memories. PURE PERFECTION
By  on 3/1/2009
Love this for a summer scent -- it's woody but sunny, sweet (chocolate notes), both dry and light. It has a kind of rich European hippy vibe that seems sexy and festive to me, and not particularly masculine as some have objected. I would adopt it in an instant but on me it is terribly fleeting -- I get 75 minutes at most. Heartbreaker.
By   - writer from New York on 7/21/2008
This was not unisex to me, but much more masculine than feminine. Very dry, sort of bitter spicy, woodsy, and not something I would enjoy wearing. Maybe on a man it would be good, but not on myself. The base notes make Coze somewhat more wearable, but still, no. I adore Cadjmere and Un Crime Exotique, however!
By  on 6/14/2008
if you love sushi bois you will like this. very very similiar on me. sharp spicey and fresh. this line never lets you down. there is something for everyone in it!
By   - agent from st pete on 6/13/2008
The topnotes were off-putting. I think it was too much pimento? But the middle and base are exquisite. This is not a sweet chocolate. It is dark and mysterious.
By   - retired programmer from Columbus on 1/31/2008
Adding to my comment below and after further review . . . underestimated how nice the drydown is. Exceptional! The sweetness recedes and the pepper comes out with the resin wood notes for a smoky but ethereai very dry wood + spice. Kind of magical.
By   - from Seattle on 4/14/2007
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