You probably know by now that I dislike the conventional Men’s cologne that smells like dish washing liquid or room freshener.
Can you guess which was the 1st men fragrance I owned?
That’s right, It was in the 90s, a fine fragrance known as D&G Pour Homme.
D&G Pour Homme kicks off with refreshing and energizing citrus notes of bergamot, tangerine, orange, and lemon leaves; followed by the sharp, bold, raw aromatic notes of lavender, sage, cardamom & pepper appears in boldness. Its warm base includes cedar, tonka bean, sandalwood and musk.
This is a rather complex, complicated construction that ends up smelling somewhat medicinal yet undeniably masculine. It’s like a mixture of prozac, viagra, testosterone, nicotine & ethanol, in an olfactory sense.