Il Mondi Odore Perfume Reviews

Il Mondi Odore Perfume Reviews

Saturday, May 28, 2011

Marbert Man

Marbert Man is a 1977 release and is as masculine as the German language is gutteral. No holds-barred old school machismo here folks and not for those who eschew loud masculines.

The accords from top to bottom have an avalanche of power notes and I truly believe this scent was made for the hairy chested, medallion wearing John Travoltas of yesteryear. I admit to loving, owning and wearing power fragrances, but this one may just kick Aromi's ass.

Aldehydes, wormwood, basil,bergamot, lavender, lemon

Carnation, Cinnamon, Geranium, Honey, Juniperberry, Rose

Amber, Cedar, Leather, Moss and Santalum

Even reading those accords should let you know you're quite possibly going to be the "Cologne guy" for that evening. Now, don't get me wrong and think I'm hating here. I'm not. Part of me LOVES the power and audacity this fragrance has....and the other part is telling me to jap-slap myself for spraying my body with the amber colored, nuclear concoction that is Marbert Man.

I'll tell you one thing; The Germans who made this weren't %$#@!ng around. This stuff is Blitzkrieg in a bottle. I have to give this one a positive-neutral rating since I become schizophrenic while wearing it. An absolute sample wear before buying is advised.


  1. Good to see you back on the powerhouse review wagon again, Aromi. We missed you! I've never had the honor of trying Marbert Man, but everything I've heard before about it confirms what you've said. It's one of those forgotten macho man frags from the seventies that was probably discontinued simply because it's too strong and too masculine for the mainstream market. This sounds like an awesome frag.

  2. I've never even heard of Marbert before, but for some reason, I like the name. It sounds like testosterone in a bottle.