The first of the triumvirate to appear in 1991. May I say that if purgatory possessed a pleasant aroma, it would be fitting if it was Ungaro I wafting through its nefarious pathways and caverns.
The opening of citric lavender and petitgrain is like no other in perfumery. Bold, but not loud and all the while possessing a thick, dark feel. It's one of the most unusual citrus accords I've smelled and it's terrific. This accord has longevity and remains through the wearing.
If I have any gripe at all, it's that the longevity of Ungaro L'Homme could be better. I feel the need to reapply, via an atomizer, every 3 hours. Other than that, this is the best of the trilogy.
Two thumbs up from Aromi for Ungaro 1 and its very edgy machismo.