Aramis Havana - Opinios Reviews

Havana cologne for Men by Aramis

9.3 out of 10
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  • Date Added: 03/06/2017
    Some people writing their life story in a review making you regret to be on this page!!
     by Anonymous
  • Date Added: 31/12/2014
    Aramis Havana is one mighty fragrance. The most superb spicy tobacco aroma with herbal tones i have come across my long and lengthy years of encountering fragrances. The lasting power is amazing but most importantly when comparing to other tobacco perfumes this one is much smoother and deeper... A fantastic fragrance!
     by Albert
  • Date Added: 27/10/2012
    Exotic and sultry charm, cigars, panamas, fiestas, rum, caribbean sensuality, fascinating gentlemen white clothed and more, all in a bottle of Havana. This is a wonderful, puzzling, exotic, spicy concoction that will never be out of my collection. Its tornado of whirling elements is really able to project the caribbean atmosphere and the latin rhythms better than any other scent out there. I prefer it to Cuba C&S which is another great creation and which with Havana shares many elements as rum, tobacco, flowers, citruses (and may be a licorice-mint-anice accord), cedarwood, spices and others. Havana is powerful and very masculine but it's overall exotic and evocative with its strong link of tobacco-patchouli blended with spicy rum. The fragrance preserves the colonial spirit of the old Habana and evokes the images of white clothed men smoking cigars, busy in their exotic productive enterprises or in the trade of commodities, men full of charm in the sunny caribbean days along the Malecon, near massive spanish buildings or in front of Bodeguita del Medio while are engaged in talking with brown curvaceous women. The starting raucous blast is like a fist of dry fruits, watery hesperides, Camphoraceous-aromatic notes (birtch, juniper berries, coriander and anise) and spices. The impression is devastating, is like to be broken off by a running train and as soon as you inhale the first spray you can immediately smell even bitter tobacco, pepper and earthy patchouli rising from the background. The random motion of dissonant elements nevertheless starts soon to take a previously determined dimension as a puzzle that starts to reproduce a definite figure. The floral middle smell of liqueur starts to sweeten the herbaceous bitter and rooty initial whiff while a moderate cumin and other spices impress a touch of exoticism to the mix. The scent starts to get the outcome of a bitter digestive liquor with the tobacco aftertaste already perceivable. The base notes set structure, texture and a bit of smoothness to a yet rough and exotic blend of elements. Exotic woods and cedarwood set stableness and balance, tonka, tobacco and patchouli rise up impressing earthy boldness and evocative masculinity while balsams as myrrh, vanilla, oliban and labdan infuse the right dosage of smoothness ad mildness closing the round of this complex juice. The outcome, many hours later, is a surprisingly mellow smell of crushed tobacco with the boldness of patchouli and the spicy nuances of rum. Longevity and sillage are impressive on my skin.
     by Anonymous
  • Date Added: 27/10/2012
    Absolutely perfect. Amazing.. words cannot describe how fantastic Havana is. I was a little skeptical in trying this one, because I find many of the overhyped fragrances on the nut are just that.. overhyped. Havana is well worth the hype though. It's spicy, subtly sweet, slightly soapy and very masculine. Few times do I find myself not being able to describe a scent with notes.. and this is one of those times. In a good way, it is so well balanced, that it's hard to say what I smell, when I smell it. All of the notes take centerstage and create one amazing accord. In terms of comparisons.. I get a little bit of a Michael Kors for men vibe in there, as well as some of the original Aramis. I get all of the notes listed above except for the tangerine, grapefruit and orange. The star notes though, are without doubt the tobacco, birch tar, and spices. Although not listed, I also get quite a bit of dry cinnamon. The result: One of the most masculine and unforgettable designer fragrances ever made. A must try! But, I recommend it for the more mature crowd.
     by Anonymous
  • Date Added: 27/10/2012
    There is nothing like Havana. Spicy, warm yet invigorating, complex, refined, yet it has a bad-ass edge to it. There are so many facets to this fragrance. This cologne is not for the clean sweet and fruity or powdery-vanilla crowd. Havana is super masculine. The aroma is powerful and assertive, yet sophisticated and classy. I get cinnamon, bay rum, an ever-present spiciness, a light grassy vetiver at the end along with many other notes I cannot describe. In addition, I get that perfumer's tobacco note you catch in Guerlain Vetiver (ribbed bottle). For those who like to leave the house crisp, confident and "boldly spiced". Can be worn year round too. Check me into the clinic, I'm addicted to it. Also worth mentioning: I'm highly sensitive to chemicals used in most modern fragrances and I do not detect synthetic chemicals in this. To me it is extremely natural and niche quality. Definitely sample this one first though.
     by jimmy claxton

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