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Pipe tobacco, leather, mid-century aftershave, a belt of bourbon and a grassy smear of mud from a fairway divot.

 

 

 

Clean grass, aftershave, touches of tobacco and bourbon. This smells like a clean grassy traditional men's cologne. Good throw and wear length.

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I received an imp of this recently and couldn't remember any of the notes, so it turned out to be quite a surprise! Grass is the first impression I get peeking out of this, something very crisp and sharp, but it warms up quickly (and produces quite a bit of throw) into something almost sweetly herbal and maybe even a little minty -- the aftershave, I presume, warmed with leather. I can't really pick out the tobacco or bourbon individually, but to my nose at least this is a close cousin to Sherlock Holmes, which is a blend I enjoyed quite a bit. It makes sense since they share leather and tobacco as a common element. This one does strike me as a more masculine scent. 

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JK Men Are Very Good etc. really hinges on that divot.  It's very much a grassy scent at first, maybe even with some dandelion thrown in, and a little soil.  Even when it dries down, it's definitely more about the cool green notes of grass and after shave than the warm brown ones of leather, tobacco and bourbon.  I love those cozy brown notes, but this is a fun twist on them and I quite like it.  Definitely on the masculine side of unisex, as the description implies, and it hangs around for much longer than most "green" scents do on me. 

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Initially my nose scrunched at the sourness of this scene - sour leather. But as it dries that dirty, grassy divot comes to the forefront. If I sniff closely I get hints at what I believe to be "aftershave", which is bright. 

Sadly, this scent quickly attacks my throat, irritating it and causing me to cough. had to wash it off

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