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A sparkling intro with fresh citrus & anise, followed by patchouli, creamy sandalwood, a dusting of cocoa, and soft-focused warm earthiness- this is definitely a masculine with those seamless transitions typical of a Guerlain. اگر پول خوبی خواستید بدید واسه یه عطر درجه یک سنگین و مجلسی برای خودتون و یا خرید هدیه ارزشمند برای آقای 35 به بالا، با اطمینان این رو انتخاب کنید. Also, it's Guerlain, which is often synonymous with quality. I don't care about the perfumer politics, of which Guerlain has a lot of in that regard. This scent is very classy, and honestly rather timeless, both ancient and modern. However this is for a mature, older guy in a suit, paired with a classy older woman.I expected great things from this one, given how hyped up it was and still is. I also don't care how many other people like this, or what pedestal they put this on. It's bitter, smells off, and reminds me of oranges going bad. It's as if every note in this juice is screaming at you all at the same time. As if you mixed all the colours of playdough together and got a brown ball of "everything". Some say it's a love it or hate it thing, and compare it to Amen by Mugler. Younger guys can probably pull this off, but they probably would seem kind of odd wearing it, like it doesn't belong on them. Longevity: 6/10 Silage: 5/10 Projection: 2/10 Personal Appreciation: Ultra Zest from the grave/10 I wrote my first review of the "reform" version of LIDGE in December 2016. you know, the older I get, as the days go by, I start to realize how certain scents are in fact made for "Mature" and "Battle hardened" men.
This time I did purchase a bottle and add it to my collection. LIDGE opens as a semi-sweet, soft chocolate covered candy with a warm citrus liquid center, mostly tangerine to my nose. After almost a trillion analyzes on the enigmatic L'Instant de Guerlain Pour Homme Eau Extreme, the most popularly known, LIDGE, I am here again to give a somewhat subjective opinion, however, quite true about the construction of one of the largest hype of the history of perfumery, by me already perceived, on a fragrance. I think the beastmode longevity others are getting is lost on me, and for whatever reason, my skin eats this one up.At that time, both the black rimmed and clear rimmed bottles where available. Over the years I have worn this several times, but have not done a review of it, until now. Closing my eyes I can almost taste the delicious chocolate and fruit candy as it melts in my mouth.. About 20 minutes in I get some spice and earth tones as the star anise and patchouli start to emerge. I concluded that in the opening, LIDGE vintage is better than its "reformulated" version, and what led us to take such a conclusion ?! Unfortunately, the drydown is a skin scent, and the 2 hours of projection is the opening, so you're kind of stuck with the loudness of the opening, of which I personally am not a fan of, to represent you.2 hours in a little powder and wood make an appearance. The pronouncement of Anis's note in a blatant and aggressive manner, while exaggerating the sprinkles, his departure from a synaesthetic moment will become an obligatory ordeal which can not be avoided. All that said, I strongly discourage blind buys of this one unless you absolutely cannot find it anywhere.The version after the vintage bottle is a bit more wearable , being more lighter on the cacao but with the same earthiness & light citruses. Both are quality fragrances for a man in his mid to late 20s & beyond.Both versions don't really change much throughout the course of there duration , lasting 8 to 10 hours .Neroli, patchouli flower, Indian jasmine and Lapsang tea are the heart of the composition, laid on the base of cedar, Mysore sandalwood, cocoa, patchouli and hibiscus seed. This is like a cherished desert made by craftsman in some old town European cold country.
The more you spray the more you drip with a sweet tooth of winter's gorgeousness.
As LIDGE moves into drydown, the individual notes merge into a beautifully orchestrated symphony, each note supporting and amplifying its fellow note. To my nose, LIDGE is a very complex, classy, refined, quality, elegant and mature scent. Where you fall on that scale will depend on your age and the place you currently are in your fragrance journey. In this one I do not feel greenish chords at the exit, however, I feel a resinous nuance of Elemi that brings me to the fresh clay, something slightly sweet and dusty. The opening is such that it may not be worth the wait for you. I have this lingering suspicion that it will grow on me, or that smelling it up close is not the way to appreciate it.
If you are young and / or just starting out in your exploration of fragrances, you will probably not like this one. If you are older and / or have been on your fragrance journey for a while, you will love this one. Lockon, something wrong with your bottle or your sense of smell. this is the strongest and longest lasting perfume in my collection. Right in the center of the heart, the notes of Jasmine and Néroli give the air of grace, you can perceive a slight dirt in the middle of the white floral there, but the luscious and eminent feature of Anis still lingers here, and with that aspect also culinary which he may have, to refer to the cake dough, and which has just come out of a large batch, since the sensitivity of the "heat" it transmits at this stage is perceptible. About 40m-1hr, on my skin, before I get to enjoy the fragrance. But if you do manage to trooper it out and wait for the drydown, it will blow you away with class, sophistication, and a wonderfully blended professional aura. For compliments, men love the scent, but probably wouldn't wear it often personally. Perhaps more mature women may prefer it, but those around my age range certainly do not. I feel it may be a lot better smelling if you simply get whiffs of the opening while you move about, instead of closely smelling your skin, while the drydown works in either scenario.
Try blending Muglers Ultra Zest with the L'Instant de Guerlain pour Homme Eau Extreme , two sprays each on either side of the upper and lower neck, the orange tanginess of Ultra Zest goes well with the LIDGE macho cacaoness . The mixture of tones is too much complex, undefinable, confusing. 08.4/10.0 - Scent(Top)/Aroma(Topo) 08.5/10.0 - Scent(Mid)/Aroma(Meio) 08.7/10.0 - Scent(Base)/Aroma(Base) 09.6/10.0 - Uniqueness/Singularidade 09.7/10.0 - Longevity/Longevidade 09.0/10.0 - Sillage/Rastro 07.5/10.0 - Versatility/Versatilidade 08.6/10.0 - Presentation/Apresentação -------------------------------------------------------------------- 08.6/10.0 - Total Personal notes!
It seems that it is a mixture of all kinds of essences one could find and put in one bottle. Certainly for guys 30 who can appreciate a complex fragrance like this. Based on general comparison ranks among other fragrances. Baseadas em ranques gerais de comparação entre outras fragrâncias.
Surprisingly, as a dark chocolate fan, I found this to be a fresh patchouli-driven scent with noticable (but light) anise & supple powderiness (not exactly "cocoa"), not overly masculine, and yes, a classic; however, it doesn't strike me as that interesting, and whoever started comparing this to Dior Homme (a completely unrelated iris-centric scent) needs to stop the abominable trend—The truth is, neither is chocolatey! For me this is more the thinker, the traveller and spiritual kind of guy type of fragrance. I had read reviews of LIDGE, but had not tried it at that point. Almost no dislikes, except those in the house of Guerlain.