Eau de Toilette

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To me this smells exactly like big red chewing gum.
By   - Business from Boston on 11/9/2020
I laughed out loud when I applied this. It's Big Red chewing gum. It smells like there's something developing over time behind the Big Red, but that cinnamon+something just takes up the front stage. I'll give it to Mr. A to see if he wants it but I will be distracted if I smell like Big Red all day.
By   - Business from Boston on 10/26/2020
Great Scent! Stays on all day. If I was to tell how many women hit on me when they get a whiff of this, you wouldn't believe me. So many different notes. This is one of the best of the Lucky Scent website.
By   - Financial Analyst from Memphis on 6/7/2012
Oh. Wow. Just. Wow. If you're looking for a fragrance that is truly unique - far from the mainstream, yet something generally acceptable to the masses as well, look no more! And such a unique combination! The spiciness of clove and cinammon tempered with a bit of herbal (in the beginning-but thankfully the herbally greeness steps into the background after a brief few minutes) and then comes the most wonderful creamy soapy clean fragrance imaginable! - How does all that work into one fragrance - and work perfectly? I don't know, but it does and this is one of the greatest fragrances I've ever smelled! I truly love this!
By   - from North Carolina on 1/22/2011
If you want to smell light, airy and summery wearing an every day fragrance good for hot weather yet still have the smell of an expensive fragrance, then you must give this one a try!
By   - Southern Belle from The South on 1/8/2011
I'm still looking for the cinammon, clove and geranium....okay there's a hint of geranium. And I purchased this sample for cinammon and clove. I simply cannot find it. But the fragrance itself gives me exactly what was in the description: It is easy to imagine wearing this fragrance in another time – riding in a horse drawn carriage to visit the country, . . . following the elaborate rituals of courtship of an earlier age. Yet, it has a lively freshness and graceful warmth that translates beautifully to modern times. This fragrance is unusual; it is different but without being too off the beaten track. It is a very lovely composition and worth a try for anyone looking for a fragrance that's not in the mainstream, yet likely to be inoffensive to no one.
By   - fragrance lover on 1/8/2011
I really like his one! The opening was not to my liking, but after 30 mins, this turned into a wonderful spicy fragrance full of cinammon and clove. Though it's not heavy, it seems to last quite well on my skin. Will definitely consider a FB.
By   - computer programmer from Athens, Greece on 9/22/2009
Way too strong for me, even though I usually gravitate towards clove-heavy scents. On my skin, L'eau never loses the chemical overtone that dominates when first applied. And although it's not listed as a note, I could definitely detect a distinct presence of patchouli (not a fan)
By   - from Seattle on 8/5/2009
Very nice! the clove dominates.It reminds me of an old school hippy scent,or one of the discontinued Aveda Purefumes,that were nixed a few years back:(
By   - sniffin potions from cincinnati on 8/1/2009
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