Edgar fragrance notes
- orange, bergamot, tangerine, lemon
- orange blossom, violet
- amber, oakmoss, cedarwood, musk
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Totally agree with Darvant's review: nice, conventional and rather boring essay on the masculine theme, with some awkward short cuts to obtain the effect- i.e. a massive amount of the usual, ubiquitous synthetic woody ambers. Edgar smells like a thousand other masculine fragrances- I would add a strong resemblance to some Parfum d'Empire creations, Yuzu Fou and Iskander in particular , I can't see a reason to choose it.
Edgar is a pleasant but too much conventional aromatic new generation fougere in the same vein with scents as Il Profvmo Imprinting, 4711, Askett&English Essential and Eau Sauvage. Fizzy and bracing since the beginning the aroma unveils by soon an herbal/lemony/orangy central accord, a restrained floral spark (an arid violet complementary to cedarwood) and an ambergris/cedarwood virile foundation finally soothed by hints of musk and oakmoss. I detect a dominant bergamot/tangerine accord and probably some petitgrain, mint and verbena aromatic presence. Unfortunately the aroma is rather linear and by soon aromatic, hesperidic and cedary in a stable way. Devoted to tradition.