Dunhill Man Cologne Review

Dunhill Man Cologne is a fragrance that has drawn mixed reviews. Some have fallen in love with it while others regret buying it at all. There are certain things that they all agree on though. One of these is that it definitely has that woody masculine smell to it. So if you’re into fragrances that scream masculinity this one is definitely for you. Dunhill have been around for a very long time and the company has enjoyed massive success. So it’s important to remember that something produced by the London based company at least deserves a shot and shouldn’t be ruled out immediately.

One other feature that no one can disagree upon is that it’s well suited for both day and evening use. In fact with its woody smell it’s even more suited for evening use than it is for morning and day use. As for seasonal use this is one of these fragrances that can be used all year round without any problems. Whether it’s freezing cold or scorching hot, you can always rely on Dunhill Man Cologne to add a masculine aroma to your day that will definitely draw compliments from others.

One of the issues with this cologne is that it doesn’t last too long. So although it’s both suited for day and nighttime use, you’ll probably want to reapply it once or twice throughout the day in order to keep having that aroma until you call it a day and go home. Another issue is that it sounds a little synthetic to some. This may be attributed to the fact that it used to be manufactured in France but is now being manufactured in the United States. Several users say that it used to smell better before that switch happened. Fortunately at $40 it’s not too expensive and buying it to give it a try won’t be too much of a risk. Considering it has a variety of notes you might just find that the combination of various notes works for you and you enjoy wearing it.

Dunhill Man Cologne Notes

Top notes: lavender, clary sage, geranium, lemon
Middle notes: carnation, cedar, jasmine, orris root, iris, rose
Base notes: leather, sandalwood, vetiver, cedar, oakmoss, tonka bean, musk


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