Alfred Dunhill Dunhill Black - Opinios Reviews

Dunhill Black cologne for Men by Alfred Dunhill

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  • Date Added: 10/12/2014
    Alfred Dunhill - Dunhill Black is a pleasing unique fresh green aroma with soft flowers and gentle sweet musky tones in the dry down. I find this really easy to wear in any occasion and has become an everyday favorite of mine.
     by Mason
  • Date Added: 08/10/2012
    it opens with a smell like jews mallow which is very offinsive in my country .... but it settles down to an acceptable smell ...any way ...not my cup of tea .....
     by Mirolanof
  • Date Added: 08/10/2012
    I was excited for this release and was hoping it was "better" than Dunhill London (which was OK but probably the most horrible longevity of anything I've ever tried). When Black was released, being in the US, it took me a lot of searching to get a sample. Eventually I got a few official vials from a kind Basenoter who went to Harrods. Black was an exclusive there. A week after I got these samples I saw Black in a discount shop... already! So I was geared for a disappointment. How did Dunhill's newest stuff "fall off the truck" so quickly? I quite like it. It's yet another fresh masculine so be prepared for that. It's good in its own merits where this green nettle accord is very aquatic, green and herbal with a small white floral heart note. Black, the word, suggests dark and mysterious, or even something dirty. Dunhill Black is neither. It's rather quite upfront about what it is and being fresh it's clean and polished. Better than Dunhill London. Not surprising that Dunhill coughed Black out so quickly after London's release. Very casual and youthful. It's a reluctant thumbs up. It's quite nice but nothing groundbreaking.
     by Anonymous
  • Date Added: 08/10/2012
    Oh Dunhill Dunhill Dunhill ..... What have you become? The quality days of Edition are long gone and that past master is becoming a memory. This modern junk annoys. Synthetic pap. Why do your bottles not have the name of the fragrance on them? Isit because even the bottle is ashamed of it ! The usual commercial stuff being churned out. London was overly sweet and fleeting ( with the rose making it overly effeminate too ) and this tries to sell on the basis of "nettle" accord. I have never gone close enough to nettles to absorb any aroma they give off and the only asociation i get is one of pain. Ah yes... pay £38 for an "unmarked" bottle of this, realise it is pointless and feel the nettle ( ie pain! ). Dunhill Edition 1984 issue was very clever with great sillage and longevity. As i said a past master ( from packaging to bottle to fragrance to reputation ) .
     by Splash Boy
  • Date Added: 08/10/2012
    Nice unique fragrance; really liked Dunhill Pursuit and like this just as much. Not brilliant lasting power though.
     by Ivanof
  • Date Added: 08/10/2012
    Top marks for being different to most designer/high street fragrances over the past 18 months. It's more like a dark and inky green than black though. Sensual and suede-like. Quite exquisite and unusual. Very nice and very masculine but it's silage and longevity are not great.
     by nightslicer

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