Chanel Sport Cologne Review

Created by perfumer Jaques Polge, Allure Homme Sport by Chanel (released in 2007 and still in production) is a wonderful fragrance. It has some of the freshest notes out there in: aldehydes, orange, mandarin orange, grapefruit, and lemon. You know the feeling when you’re running under the hot sun in July and then take a sip of cold water or even splash your face with it? That’s how fresh Allure Homme makes you feel. There’s no wonder it’s basically a sports fragrance. If I had this on I’d be able to run a marathon as it gave me the energy and freshness to do so. It’s probably great to wear to the office too especially on a Monday when you’re all tired and need to go home and sleep. This will you going with incredible energy. It’s like a sip of the freshest fruit juice you’ve ever had. Some have compared it to a fragrance version of Sprite or 7up. These are the freshest sodas out there and having their equivalent fragrance would rock.

Obviously being a sports cologne and having so many citrusy notes it’s no surprise that this fragrance is almost exclusively to be worn during the day and probably only in the summer. So if you’re looking for something to wear constantly throughout the year and the day then this probably won’t do that for you. It’s best suited for going out to run errands, exercise, and even to work. Basically anything that brings you down and exhausts you will be made fun and exciting through this cologne. When it comes to longevity it has an average duration of about 5 hours. This should be enough to get you through an errand or a workout with plenty of time to spare. Regardless, it’ll get you plenty of compliments. People just love that citrusy smell. For some reason we all get a kick out of it. So you’ll be getting plenty of compliments, and if you really like it then maybe you could try wearing it at night. Who knows, maybe you can pull it off.

Allure Homme Sport Cologne Notes

Top notes: aldehydes, orange, mandarin orange, grapefruit, neroli, bergamot, lemon
Middle notes: spices, fir resin, elemi resin
Base notes: vetiver, pepper, white musk, Atlas cedar, Tonka bean


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