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In terms of longevity, it's probably the longest I've ever experienced. Not much as far as versatility here; not for the office, more for after work happy hour or clubbing. This stuff stinks like someone spit menthol chewing tobacco into an old can of shoe polish. I paid attention to this fragrance after watching Lex - Fragrances with Lex - featuring one video with "Fragrances for Machos" or "Fragrances for Gangsters" or something similar. Vibes of respectful powerhouses arise: Givenchy's Gentleman intense, TM Pure Havanne, Lapidus for man, Lomani's Virtual...
Yes, It's absolutely synthetic, as are 95% of fragrances out there. Bogart Pour Homme = Chapter I - Safari for Men Ralph Lauren 50% Chapter II - Le Male Jean Paul Gaultier 30% Chapter III - Lolita Lempicka Au Masculine 10% Chapter IV - Jacomo de Jacomo Rouge 70% Chapter V - Dunhill Desire for a Man(Red) 40% After watching several reviews, I bought into the hype and blind bought a 3.4 oz. I finally bought it last week after having already in my closet another Bogart cologne - Silver Scent Intense (which I highly praise). None of those are very similar to BPH, but they make you feel the same sensations. Well above average longevity (14 hours) and projection (4 hours). For a cheap scent (less than in the US) it is decent, again assuming you can handle the chemical-ness of it.
It seems that lots of people like sweet fragrances.
I did not know what to expect from this one, but for me it is just too sweet.
I put it into the same box with JPG's Le Male, Joop Homme, One Million and other sweetish chewing gum fragrances.
Once there is one of the keywords such as Rose, Sweet or Tonka in the fragrance description, it is an immediate Kryptonite for me. I'm befuddled on how a frag that costs a mere for 100ml smells this good, and has the longevity and sillage to beat the majority of niche players who sell for (at least) 10x as much.
I'd recommend this to anyone, whether a collector or not, and give it a huge thumbs up!! Blind bought it but not satisfied as it is feminine sweet. Full review after I field test it, but I have yet to see someone make the comparison between this and Pure Havane by Thierry Mugler. This floral mix comes off a bit intense at first, almost a bit cloying (synthetic), then it levels out, with the oak moss, cedar and musk.
This might be a favorite for some as it doesn't smell bad or like this but not for me. One last thing is that hold your nose when you spray this and hold your breath and go outside and breath then you might like it. It is the oak moss and musk that give this scent its' character and dare I say salvage it.
Classic fougere opening of lavender and bergamot, dries down to a good late-stage-Angel patchouli with faint balsamic notes. Masculine in it's profile, something i can remember i smelled after my late father used to smoke his Cherry Tobacco filled pipe 35 years ago.The tonka bean is masculinizing the roses in it ....... A modern classic fragrance and beautiful grounds, great potentials and confident, elegant projection. this is really a piece of magic, a gem of ellegance for it's very reasonable price (i don't want to use the word low or cheap in this context since it is far from feeling, smelling and making the impression of either of these definitions). Scent: 8/10 Value: 8/10 Sillage: 8/10 Longevity: 8/10 Creativity: 7/10 Versatility: For anything & everything, at any time!Maybe I feel the base note of vanilla chord in him a little bit makes a pipe tobacco will feel the perfume ...... i have also to admit that i had not smelled similar fragrance to BPH so far, so despite it's good quality, impressive sillage and uber longevity it seems to be under the radar by the competition. it smells like a century old classic but was only introduced in 2004. UPDATE: The rose scent does go away in the dry down. I can say that who love to sillage and longevity must have this one. The only disadvantage is after some time it smells same and same and same...smell too long time same notes. Bitter tonka and patchouli is main notes Not a silage monster like it used to be BUT still worth to buy , I sprayed 6 times in the morning .Anyway, this is a delicious concoction projection is decent, not room filling like some report, but i'd say about3-4 feet for sure, i now notice more Bergamot throughout and more depth that didn't seem to be there initially. Bogart Pour Homme is very worthy of all of the praise it receives.Still lots of Cherry Bakewell sweetness but not in a sickly way. This scent opens up very strong and sweet, almost earthily sweet with; lavender, tonka, bergamot and a good dose of patchouli (and a clear presence of cherry tobacco? Then as this scent hits its' mid notes we get some lovely orange blossom, lilly and rose.
EDIT: The frag has developed over the last couple of weeks, which I think seems universal with frags.