Friday, December 18, 2009
This release is yet another in the ocean of mind-boggling clones that fill the shelves in every major department store fragrance counter. It's no mystery why I gravitate to the classic masculines. At least they had some gonads.
This scent wishes to please the majority and offend no one. It opens with a subdued tone of synthetic citrus and a dash of ginger. I get no listed basil anywhere, but who cares? From the initial spray, the "generic" aura is imprinted all over this. After awhile, a mild blend of tonka and low quality vetiver step into the breach to bring this puppy home. It could have stayed abroad for all this scent makes me care. I have now achieved angered ambivalence. Kudos to YSL L'Homme for assisting me in reaching this milestone.