Aramis was launched by Estee Lauder Companies in September 1964 in New York and then in the UK, exclusively in Harrods at first in 1965. It has remained popular ever since and is a true classic fragrance. The Aramis range has grown and includes a wide range of shaving, hair, bath and body products. Aramis Gold was launched in 1998, which has a scent based on the original Aramis.
Aramis fragrance notes
- bergamot oil, Artemesia, Gardenia, Galbanum, Cumin
- clary sage, myrtle oil, clove bud oil, Jasmine, Patchouli, Orris
- patchouli, sandalwood, vetiver, tree moss, leather, Castoreum, Amber, Musk
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Latest Reviews of Aramis
Works well with flannel shirts and jeans to coat and tie. Old school, power and masculine, not for the meek.
Blends very well with one’s own natural smells and exudes confidence and power.
These are the adjectives that come to mind when I smell this fragrance. Excellent juice for the price, performance is amazing. I like the Concentree slightly more than the EDT but have and like wearing both. Excellent longevity and persistent projection.
Fun fact: EDT lasts a couple hours longer for me than the Concentree which is supposedly higher in concentration!!)
I know twenty year-olds who are mature enough to wear Aramis and seventy year-olds who are still too immature to wear Aramis.
Aramis is for mature men who want to wear a highly integrated and impeccable classic scent.
Aramis is slightly green, softly spiced, rests on sweet woods, and has just a bit of something animalic.
Over-spraying can end very strangely, so under-spray and let it do its job as an impeccable set of scent armour.
It will be considered brave, bold, daring, avant-garde and oh so masculine.
The industry will turn upside down. Blue shower gel fragrances will be mocked, smelling “like my dad” duh.
And it will be just.
Warning: Don't spray more than twice on your neck.
Masculinity Level: Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin duetting in tuxedos.