- Jul 1, 2011
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Interesting you mention this. I tried Cacharel Pour Homme again recently from a miniature I have, which according to RotLS is a pre 1992 version as it has the 14 Rue Royale address on it. Whilst I quite like it, I still don't like it enough to warrant hunting down a larger vintage bottle.
I've not tried (what is now) vintage recently, though I did try it years ago, but already had the likes of Guerlain Vetiver and Blenheim Bouquet.
I've only tried the modern juice, and I love it. Wore it yesterday, in fact.I've not tried (what is now) vintage recently, though I did try it years ago, but already had the likes of Guerlain Vetiver and Blenheim Bouquet.
I find current Cacharel perfectly fine. It's mainly a citrus-nutmeg tango with vetiver underpinnings and some cedar. Not as much happening in the mid as before (carnation barely barely there). I like it as an alternative to Guerlain Vetiver, since as @Toxicon remarked, it's the inverse : citrus and nutmeg predominant with vetiver lurking vs the Guerlain citrussy vetiver upfront with nutmeg (and tobacco) in the background.
I wear it spring - summer - autumn (in Scotland). Same as Guerlain Vetiver.