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Sung cologne for Men by Alfred Sung

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  • Date Added: 12/12/2014
    In my dictionary Sung Homme by Alfred Sung is one very good scent for a dirt cheap price. The crisp clean eucalyptus/pine aroma is so pleasant and long lasting i can wear this all year round though it actually seems to feel the best in the cooler months preferably autumn-evening wear.
     by James
  • Date Added: 20/10/2012
    I should start off by mentioning that I am not a fan of the fougere genre of fragrances. I have Quorum - but I only wear it when I want to make those around me angry. I can't stand the smell of Polo or anything close to it. However, I will make one exception for Sung Homme. I do not get the comparisons to Irish Spring or Polo. I do get a nice clean soapy floral feel with a little bit of kick - probably the sage and lavender. I wear this one to work early in the week, and it lasts all day - and is versatile in hot or cold weather. It's masculine, and draws a fair amount of compliments - so I am guessing it projects well. Sung Homme lasts a good while without being overpowering in the early going. It is extremely cheap, and can be had for less than $20 - so a blind buy won't kill anyone.
     by AlexanderR
  • Date Added: 20/10/2012
    An inexpensive, high quality scent from the Chinese-Canadian designer. There's something decidedly Mediterranean about Sung Homme. I can't decide whether Sung Homme is Paco Rabanne PH with less musk and more moss and petitgrain, or if it's Aramis Tuscany with more lavender and less petitgrain. Regardless, it's in that ballpark although it's not quite in the same league as either in terms of structure and complexity. All that said, Sung Homme is still better than the vast majority of fragrances in its price range.
     by Tom
  • Date Added: 20/10/2012
    An old friend of mine told me she thought this was one of the best men's fragrances she has ever smelled, so naturally I was curious and wanted to try it. :) I suspect she meant it was one of the best fragrances for a guy, but lately I've been experimenting with some masculine and unisex fragrances so it seemed like a good time to try this. :) I am really glad I got a sample, because I agree with my friend 100%. This is definitely one of the nicest masculine fragrances I have ever smelled. I also agree that it reminds me of Irish Spring soap, but I've always loved Irish Spring so for me that's a good thing. I generally find that perfumes that smell like soap are highly wearable and pleasant smelling, and I honestly don't understand why some people seem to dislike them! (Unless maybe the fragrance smells like soap and it's ridiculously expensive. I can see not wanting to spend a fortune to smell like something you can buy for a lot less money.) I believe that this is a fairly inexpensive fragrance though, so I really don't have any problem with it. Although the scent reminds me of soap, I can also honestly say that I can differentiate some different notes in it too. I can smell the evergreen (which is really nice and not harsh at all) mixed with something that smells like mint to me but which is probably actually a combination of the lavender, thyme and sage mixed with the citrus. It comes out smelling really minty to me though. It's a really nice fresh, outdoorsy sort of fragrance. I think I would find it extremely sexy and alluring on a guy, but I would definitely wear it too. It gets a big thumbs up from me, and of course I highly recommend it! :)
     by Lady Fire

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