Escada Homme 
Escada (1993)


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Escada Homme by Escada

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Escada Homme is a men's fragrance launched in 1993 by Escada

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There are 70 reviews of Escada Homme by Escada.

I kind ebay seller included a 10% full bottle with my order a year or so ago and I finally emptied it. This is a pleasant "classy" spicy-woody scent that has good overall performance. It's a little less than masculine, IMO, and maybe one to use for special events and occasions.

It's interesting to find links between perfumes, and this one does smell a bit like Héritage.
But to say it's a copy is contentious, and hard to prove.
Not only because there's no copyright on perfume, but, since the My Sweet Lord trial, it's difficult to prove that any copy was deliberate.
It could always be a case of subconscious plagiarism, as the judge said about the close similarity between the George Harrison hit and He's So Fine by the Chiffons. It's as though Harrison had the tune in his head, but didn't realise he'd heard it before - and didn't remember.

So maybe the reason why Escada Homme (1993) smells like a version of Héritage (1992) is because the (un-named) perfumer had smelled it somewhere before and 'didn't remember' when they were composing their own aromatic Amber for men.
Not only is it lighter than the Stentorian blast of Héritage, it's also lower quality with a screechy dog whistle overtone. There's also a fruity note which starts as orange in the head and becomes more like pineapple as it sinks to the body.

Escada Homme is less consistent when it comes to volume; it rings out from the paper for the first few minutes, but after a couple of hours (on a shirt), even a whole millilitre fades to a low hum. Unfortunately, the dog whistle doesn't go away.

So, in my opinion, it's not worth chasing after this. Better choices would be Safari for Men (also 1992), the Guerlain, or maybe some other pineapple thing you may have heard about...

Stardate 20190409:

An old school masculine. A copy of Chanel PM Concentree (vintage version).

Citrus+Lavendar with powder (SW/Vanilla)
Nothing new. Not bad a t all but for the price pass.

Really a fascinating modern classics .what a nice scents created in old years.

This reminds me of Guerlain Heritage, and does a fantastic job fulfilling a similar role.

Yikes! This one is a very bold, masculine scent that shouts "notice me!" In the same class of scents as Habit Rouge and L'Instant by Guerlain, Escada Homme is a loud, powdery beast that happens to be classy, too. The interplay between the tart notes - bergamot, lemon, lime, and mandarin - with the spicy (juniper berries) is prominent, yet this is not your typical citrus scent. An acquired taste fragrance, for certain.

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