100ml $125
0.7ml sample $4
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I agree with the comparisons to Chergui and Antico Caruso. It has the spiciness of chergui, but with citrus. It has the clean, herbal fresh creaminess of Antico Caruso - but instead of almond, it uses vanilla. Chergui/Antico Caruso seems like a very unlikly mash up but it works.
By   - from ny on 7/2/2014
Smells like Zest soap...or is it Safeguard??
By   - Physician from Colorado Mts on 11/19/2012
I guess I'm of the 'heightened skin scent' catagory as the description describes. On me it is from the get-go a light pretty musk with herbal nuances. The herbs are not bracing, but the calming, floral type. Overall, a very pleasant. A fragrance just for yourself on a cold day when you're cocooning with favorite old movies...
By   - from Abilene, TX on 12/17/2008
This is Antico Caruso (by Profumum) light. On the dry down they are very similar, but this is less almondy, and more powdery, if that's possible. Excellent for its type.
By   - Atty. from NYC on 10/24/2008
This does remind me of Chergui as one person posted. Not exactly at first but very, very similar in the drydown. Im sure it isnt quite as good but Chergui is hard to find and $$$. This is worth a sampling if you love Chergui.
By  on 10/4/2008
Lime, sage, plastic. If this has any connection to Chergui, then it is only as Chergui's poor, socially-inept cousin who everyone in the family is pretty sure isn't really related afterall. This has none of the leather of Chergui, none of the complexity of Chergui, none of the rich, edible tea-note of Chergui. This can't hold a candle to Chergui. Lime. yes. it kinda sorta has the lime top note. That's it. The rest of this sad, synthetic mess is playdoh, acid, and plastic, a real travesty. Even if you don't compare this to Chergui... what could you compare it to? Toilet Bowl Cleaner? maybe. Better to go to Luna or one of the other custom scent sites and get their very affordable homage to Chergui - or even Avon's Far and Away, blended by Christopher Sheldrake, the same nose Lutens hired to blend Chergui. Takis, however, is not even worth comparison to toilet bowl cleaner. sad sad mess.
By   - Haflacrat from Gleann Abhann on 9/26/2008
A buirst of lemon, then rose, powdery vanilla and musk dominate. A very powdery, clean scent reminicent of baby products. This should be lovely but it is a great concept poorly executed.
By   - from San Jose on 9/21/2008
So I'm pretty excited. This smells just like Serge Lutens Chergui. It is expensive and hard to find! The notes arent listed as the same but I kept smelling it thinking.."What does this remind me of?" I knew it was something by Serge Lutens and then it hit me. It is sooo similar on me. Try them side by side. It smells like tea and milk and hay..good stuff.
By  on 9/14/2008
My skin always amplifies musk notes, so this is very much a soapy musk at first, with a slight citrus angle. It does mellow out eventually, and I do enjoy it, but I can get musks that smell like this for a fraction of the price. Nice, but not worth it for me.
By   - from NYC on 9/11/2008
To me this smelled almost exactly like Attitude for Her by Catherine Memmi except it was a touch less sweet--even though this isnt a sweet fragrance. Maybe I mean a touch less feminine? It can be so hard to describe a scent! Anyways, it really was a great smell. I'm really picky with scents, I usually love them or they drive me nuts, and I have really liked all 5 scents that I have smelled from this line!
By   - stay home mommy from dewey, ok on 9/10/2008
This is a clean, warm, and very fresh fragrance. It's a great new scent!
By  on 9/10/2008
There's some undertone to this company's perfumes that simply doesn't agree with me: a cheap musky smell that I have detected in almost all of the samples. Too bad, because the topnotes of this fragrance are exactly the kind of thing I would usually love. Within moments, though, comes that smell to ruin the lovely, citrusy goodness.
By   - teacher from Syracuse, NY on 9/9/2008
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