Brut Cologne Review

Originally produced by Faberge Paris, Brut cologne for men is one of the most popular colognes out there. It’s been around since 1964. This makes it over 50 years old. That’s older than lots of you reading this and older than I am too. They say cologne is like wine, the older it is the better it gets. There aren’t many older products on the market. A cologne that’s been around for over half a century is definitely worth a try. It has been liked and admired by a couple of generations and we all know how generations differ from each other. The fact that so many men liked it is a huge testament to its quality. The person behind this fragrance is perfumer Karl Mann. The slogan of Brut Cologne for Men is “the essence for men.” That’s a claim it can make having been around for so long and impressing various generations.

Brut cologne for men has over ten notes. It has the scent of lemon, bergamot, lavender, basil, geranium, jasmine, sandalwood, oak moss, and a couple of more notes. This varied combination makes it great for use throughout the entire year. You can wear this in summer, winter, fall, or spring. It’ll work anytime. It also works at night and during the day which is something else that makes it stand out. Usually citrusy fragrances are more suited for the day and don’t fit in with the night and cold atmospheres. Brut cologne, however; is one for all occasions.
Unfortunately the longevity is average so you can’t put it on in the morning and expect to return home late at night with the smell still present. It’ll probably last you about 5 or 6 hours. It also has average projection so don’t expect everyone in the room to smell you. This cologne is old and experienced. It’ll convey that sense of experience onto you. Ladies love it and you’ll receive compliments. You’ll be seen as someone with confidence and experience to tackle difficult situations. At under 10 dollars Brut cologne for men is definitely cheap. It wouldn’t hurt to try it out for such a low price and have it in your collection especially considering how much of a classic it is.

Brut Cologne Notes

Top notes: lemon, bergamot, lavender, anise, and basil
Middle notes: geranium, jasmine, ylang-ylang
Base notes: sandalwood, oak moss, vetiver, patchouli, tonka bean, vanilla


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