Alfred Dunhill Desire Blue for men - Opinios Reviews

Desire Blue cologne for Men by Alfred Dunhill

8 out of 10
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  • Date Added: 10/12/2014
    Alfred Dunhill Desire Blue fragrance is an extremely fabulous citrus-aquatic aroma. The starting is soft, fruity and bright when the heart flows in with aquatic notes supported with a gentle woody background of light tonka and musk. For the entire life of the aroma you will notice a very nice litchi scent.
     by Noah
  • Date Added: 05/10/2012
    A masterpiece by Dunhill. I just LOVE this fragrance. Its not overtly masculine but smells sophisticated and I remember getting compliments from the ladies with this one. Comes in a lovely bottle. One of my favourites.
     by Aquaman
  • Date Added: 05/10/2012
    The lighter fresher brother of dunhill desire for a man it starts off with a lighter and less heady fragrance as dispensed by its brother and ends with a lasting non cloying sweet aquatic accord that is wonderfull on my skin, it has good projection and smells the same close up as it does from a distance, its not headache inducing and it draws good remarks, a versatile fragrance good in hot or cool conditions.
     by Pointer
  • Date Added: 05/10/2012
    While I find myself wearing this a lot less than I used to as my tastes have changed over the years, I still really like Desire Blue quite a bit. It is just about the only aquatic scent I can tolerate. It is sweet, but never cloyingly so and strong enough, but inoffensive allowing for all-around use. I get tremendous longevity with this one and strongly prefer it for its versatility over the original Desire (that can be quite overpowering and way too sweet, IMO). Great overall value here at the low price this one can be had at.
     by DrSpice
  • Date Added: 05/10/2012
    Yes, I hate the smell of orange blossom with a passion, and Desire Blue contains A LOT of orange blossom, but for some reason it works. I am amazed that I actually like this fragrance, with its soapy sweet smell and blue color. Stuff like this is usually my idea of hell.

    The reason this is so good is because everything is blended tastefully and not heavy-handedly, and the resulting smell is so uplifting and cheerful, I can't resist it. This is NOT an aquatic fragrance. It contains an aquatic note, but it's in the background, tastefully added and blended so as to merely give lightness and lift to the soapy sweetness of the orange blossom. It truly is a flanker of Desire For Man, only lighter and less sweet. Desire Blue also has a strong green smell, and added to the sweetness, it ends up smelling a lot like Greenbriar by Caswell-Massey, another good fragrance I have.

    Desire Blue may not be unique at all, but it has a smell that puts a smile on my face. How can I not give it a positive rating?
     by smellthis
  • Date Added: 05/10/2012
    I have always been a fan of the Dunhill line...Xcentric was my signature scent in the late 90's and early 2000's. After it became difficult to find, I switched to Desire Blue (having never owned the original Desire). Yes, it has that aquatic note - and it's a summer blue, but it is far from the familiar light blue fragrances that have become so commonplace these days. Desire Blue is powerful and different - and has musky overtones that I do not get from Versace EF, Chrome, D&G Light Blue, etc. It's super masculine and versatile. Ladies seem to love it. Great projection and all day longevity.
     by BigMan

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