Thierry Mugler, 2016.


A * Men is an Oriental Wood with a revolutionary chord at the time, which was the "Absolute Coffee" which gives it a very masculine and masculine character, contrary to the softness and delicacy of Vanilla. In the 90s, Oriental oriental fragrances were a rarity; the first combination of two very distinct aromas, oriental elements and woods, resulted in the 1853 Lady of Acqua di Genova in the second half of the nineteenth century, and the only successes of this olfactory family were Calvin Klein's Obsession for Man, Cartier and the Dune and Dolce Vita from Dior being since roughly as of 2010 has become a very popular family, especially in men's fragrances.


  • José Cândido
    José Cândido
    | September 2016

    A perfume that, from its genesis, evokes the pure masculinity, a little with is seen in the "Terre" of Hermes. A fragrance dominated by oriental accents (Fava Tonka, Vanilla, Jasmine, Patchouli ...) that are "thickened" with wood chords. It is a good perfume but very dense for my taste ...

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