Aside from the projection-longevity shortcomings I attribute to this 1996 release, Michael Jordan Cologne is good bang for the buck if one is looking for a spicy-wood masculine. It can be had for peanuts if you look in the right places and it smells very good as well. This could have easily been released in the 1970's or 80's and its aroma wouldn't have batted an eyelash.
What seems to pop on my skin is the grapefruit rendition. It's not loud mind you, but it does come to the fore and stays there while being augmented by spice, wood and earth tones. It possesses a classic, fresh feel and is an easy wear. You would think that an accord featuring all this wood might overwhelm, but these notes are tuned as anchor notes and do a fine job assimilating.
Michael Jordan the player let his skill set do the talking. Michael Jordan the Cologne may not be as blessed, but I find it good enough to land in my rotation. Sillage is moderate as is longevity, but keep in mind that this is a Cologne Spray. Thumbs up from Aromi for Michael Jordan and as always, a sample wear is recommended.