Wednesday, April 25, 2012
Vermeil for Men
Geranium, Rose, Orris, Vetiver.
Patchouli, Tobacco, Moss, Cedar.
To the very best of my ability, these notes are in the accords. I have put off posting a review on Vermeil for Men simply because I could find no listed notes anywhere in my searches. It would be dishonest of me not to mention this, but the notes I posted are ones I believe comprise this particular masculine.
That aside, I mentioned Vermeil in my Davidoff Classic review as being "Davidoff Lite". I have not changed my mind and have done yet another side by side comparison to ensure I still perceive it the same way. I do and it is as I remember it to be.
Vermeil for Men suggests tobacco with very subtle smoke. The emphasis seems to be on tobacco leaves and I admit to liking it better in this fashion than if it were charred. This would be extremely appropriate in a room where mature gentlemen light up, relax and exchange conversation.
For the money, Vermeil for Men cannot be beat. It's a smooth, aromatic tobacco fragrance that smells very good and has substance. Sillage is good and longevity is 5 hours plus on me. Vermeil cost me approximately $12.00 for 100ml. shipped, so if you are considering sampling this masculine, just buy a full bottle. Thumbs up from Aromi for Vermeil's supple tobacco bomb.