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Woody Perfecto

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sweet leather. refined leather. not animalic, or rugged, or natural. I don't smell coffee, more so the sweet smell that is left at the bottom of the cup when the last few drops are left to dry in the mug. ALMOST chocolatey leather. I'm a huge vetiver fan and don't get much vetiver either. maybe somewhere in there supporting the composition but certainly not a vetiver fragrance. nice, wearable, but with a little bit of a plastic/synthetic smell that becomes a nuisance.
By   - options trader from Phoenix on 7/26/2021
I am a picky man when it comes to the scent that I will be rocking for my amazing clients everyday and this one did not do it. I purchased the sample clearly based on the fact of coming into a scent of coffee or some lovely mocha but EHH nope. It's a decent scent at best.
By   - Chief Role from Minneapolis on 5/3/2019
I'm going to come clean. I DON'T SMELL COFFEE in this fragrance. I live and die for my morning coffee. My last thought before I sleep is, "Yay! it's almost time for my coffee." I would love to smell coffee in it. Maybe this renders my review suspect, but here goes: Wood scents evoke hippies. "Dirty hippies" is a common phrase. This scent is more like "clean hippy." It's as if you commissioned a hand-crafted armoire made out of a locally-sourced wood. It's finally in your house, and you're placing your newly-washed, line-dried, ridiculously-high-thread-count sheets in it for the first time. What's "Perfecto" is the balance of the earthy wood and the crisp, clean linens.
By   - potter from Philly on 4/13/2019
Wow, this perfume is fantastic on me. Dries down to a voluptuous, sweet, soft oud like scent on my skin. To me, this perfume is nothing like the description. Smells far more sensual, relaxing and hypnotic, more like some desert fragrances I've tried, like a softer Swiss Arabian perfume. I agree with the unisex to masc scent but it smells awesome on me as well (woman)...if I smelled this on a guy, it would be all over.
By   - Software Tester from Seattle on 11/27/2017
Here's one more *ZERO Stars* rating for you. I don't know about this being woody or perfecto, but I do know that the leather and vetiver notes didn't work for me here. The coffee was okay, though not okay enough to salvage this fragrance from *ZERO Stars*.
By   - Retired Artist  from New York City on 10/10/2017
Funny name; awesome fragrance. This is coffee done really well, more of a sexy masculine aura than the actual drink in a cup.
By   - Journalist from Manila on 6/26/2017
On and off I caught a few glimpses of the adrenaline tang the above description implies, but with or without it this is an attractive, uncommon masculine, with leather and vetiver their usual compatible selves. The coffee note wends its way deep into the the drydown without being overwhelming or sour at any point, which any coffee drinker prone to spillage can tell you is a fine achievement on skin or clothing. Nice work.
By   - editor from Seattle on 5/26/2017
I want to like this. The description makes it sound so sexy. I wore it to play a gig, as I figured that would be the best way to see if it lives up to its rock star description (for the record: I am no rock star. But playing a good gig makes you feel a little rock star-ish, so I figured it was worth a whirl). It's not *just* coffee--but almost. And not a complex, deep, incense-y coffee, or a rock-n-roll black coffee. More like 'I-spilled-some-latte-on-my-arm'. Okay, maybe not that bad. But it definitely didn't feel mysterious. Definitely more Barnes n Noble than CBGB. That being said, I'm intrigued and it's worth a sample.
By   - musician/academic from Chicago on 5/11/2017
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