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I’m not a huge fan of the combintaion of lavender and vanilla, but this creation is working and so good.
The advantage over the most sweet, vanilla base scents (Thierry Mugler A Men, Givenchy Pi, Versace Eros, Joop Homme etc.), this one is not overwhelming not too much, and not too sweet. The opening is a bomb of lavender and mint, but few minutes later arrive the creamy vanilla with a hint of cinnamon and orange blossom.
The top notes are composed of mint, lavender and bergamot.
The heart is composed of cinnamon, cumin, and orange blossom.
I've yet to meet a woman that does not love Le Male. I have an older version of this where the bottle is slightly greenish. I have worn this since 1995 and am very familiar with the various incarnations. What I find perplexing is that the bottle is also now, similar to the vintage in that the stripes are not vivid white, rather a faded white, like the original.It’s a classic, and although reformulated a few times, still hits the mark better than most and undeniably appeals to the ladies. This is a lady killer and surely I can tell being one of them.It has a sharp and daring opening that boasts a strong mint, then calms down into a lovely mix of lavender, vanilla, tonka bean and of course mint. The opening is minty fresh and spicy with bergamot and lavender tones. I believe that this scent has the best blended in cinnamon I have smelled - it's subtle, sweet and yet a little bit piquant. Gentlemen, don't stay away from frangrances only because they are too known - you might end up missing a lot, so might the ladies.The scent is warm, sweet, cozy, masculine, very sexy and has some serious depth to it. Many people hate it, but it's one of the most men's cologne loved by women.I like this fragrance, and it the real sexy iconic of 90s! Whatever you feel about this cologne, but you have to except that many many girls love this on man.