Thanks to a friend from the fragrance community I now own a bottle of Boucheron Pour Homme.
I sprayed it at the back of my neck, on my pulse, and on my chest at 2 PM today, and here's what I got:
The scent is a mature scent. It initially gives off a note that some people would call an elderly gentleman's smell. But to my nose it smells like rubbing alcohol infused with flowers and herbs.
The sillage or projection is strong but quickly tones down after 10 - 15 minutes on my skin.
Longevity reaches 6 to 8 hours possibly longer but after the 4th hour this is already skin scent.
Now as I have mentioned initially this gives off that "elderly gentleman smell" but do not be put off by it, because it is really not offensive. It's not something that comes as old but rather refined and sophisticated. It gives me images of men in fine suits and shiny loafers. Men who have established themselves so to speak. After the top note(s) tone down, you would be able to enjoy a flowery and powdery scent laced with herbs that are perfectly blended, which gives this juice a classy appeal.
The dry down is even more wonderful as the smell of herbs are muted if not gone and all that remains is nice sweet, floral odor that is in no way feminine.
This fragrance is nice office scent and I would say wearble for every season. But mostly for something formal. This fragrance I guess would not go with rugged or outdoor activities.
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