Dolce And Gabbana Cologne Review

When you buy Dolce & Gabbana you’re always expecting elite quality. Whether it’s a bag, sunglasses, or perfume if it’s Dolce & Gabbana then you know you’ve got something good that’ll turn heads as you walk by. That is exactly what Dolce & Gabbana Pour Homme by Dolce & Gabbana delivers. This fragrance first came out in 1994, 2 years after its female counterpart. It was a hit in the 90s and was re-launched in 2012. It was also a hit on its second release as it has cemented its place as one of the classics and should definitely be part of your collection.

The great thing about this is that it’s great for all seasons and any time of the day. Although you probably want to wear it at night on an elegant night out rather than in the morning on your way to the market or the gym. This cologne really stands out and deserves to be worn to something nice and special. It’s more suited for older guys as it reflects experience and confidence. If you’re a young guy and think you can pull it off then by all means go ahead. This is a scent that will definitely draw plenty of compliments.

The cologne has a floral aroma to it in addition to hints of tangerine, neroli, and bergamot. It also has lavender, tobacco, and multiple other notes that we’ll mention later. Its wonderful combination of notes has made it a must have and a classic. Its citrusy and darker notes combine to make it both a refreshing and at the same time deep mystifying cologne. It’s no wonder that it has been a huge hit on its first release in ’92 then again 20 years later in 2012.

There were some complaints when it started to be made in the UK regarding its longevity and that it smells a bit synthetic, but the fragrance is now produced in France and is back to its best. It costs about 50$, but you shouldn’t consider it to be too expensive as like we said you’d be adding one of the classics to your collection. It’s also suitable for almost every occasion so it might just end up being your signature scent.

Dolce & Gabbana Pour Homme Notes

Top notes: bergamot, neroli, citruses, Mandarin orange
Middle notes: lavender, pepper, sage
Base notes: Tonka bean, cedar, tobacco


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