Kobe

Eau de Parfum

by Xerjoff

Femme
  Unisex
Masc
Kobe Sizes Available:
50ml $260
0.7ml
0.7ml sample $5
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Reviews
Here's what other people are saying about Kobe...
I wanted to like this - the description sounded so beautiful. It started out very well, with a fresh, green woodiness, almost grassy on me. Unfortunately, that faded quickly to extremely sweet middle notes that sent me running for some alcohol to remove it. Perfume is so individual, so you should sample anyway...but I finally identified the middle notes as reminding me strongly of the wooden outhouse on my grandmother's ancient country house in Japan, powerful freshener and all. I think my skin chemistry is tricky, though, as I'm allergic to a lot of perfumes.
By   - Office from Boston on 6/3/2014
The opening fruit is refreshing. The warm base blending with the fruits gives it a fruited brandy or dried fruit smell more than citrus. Multiple woods in the base reminds me of finely polished woods in an old library, sipping brandy. Even smell a touch of leather in there too.
By   - entrepreneur on 7/5/2011
I risked buying two sample vials of Kobe without even smelling it or even reading any reviews. I must say that this is an extremely ORIGINAL fragrance. Kobe is truly is incomparable. This cologne is so unique that one would wear it on a blind date or for a job interview in order to make a positive impression. Perhaps one would wear Kobe when he has appointments with strangers - when he would meet his client's family members, for example. Kobe is on those kind of levels. One would wear this anytime he needs to make an olfactory statement. It says to people, "Remember ME. I am somebody".
By  on 7/19/2010
From the unique take of the usual citrus opening, all the way to the drydown, this is a fragrance which has 'individuality' written all over it. If Kobe is any indication of the rest of Xerjoff's fragrances, we are in for an olfactory treat, similar to SL fragrances at his best. Marvelous.
By   - from the South on 7/6/2010
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