This certainly is delightful and delicious! Really fresh, with a hint of peppery spice in the opening. Also, I noticed a tinge of "soapiness". I consider this one of the best I own, and naturally it will be worn more than others in my collection.
Insensé's peppery-musky formica floral drowned in salty chemical aquatics. The theory is sound because the original lends itself to this type of interpretation but in practice the aquatic chemical pong just ruins it.
Not bad! Definitely smells like a lot L'Eau Par Kenzo, once it dries down and stabilizes.
It does have some distinct elements to it (namely, long lasting staying power) that sets it apart from other blue watery scents. But it may be a bit aggressive for some people's tastes. A test spray would be a good idea before buying the whole bottle.
An excellent french-style fragrance back from the days when men were still men. Sort of cross between Chrome and Kenzo PH but much better and way more masculine than either of them. Even the most reputable houses do not make them like this any more. Do not fall for the silly idea that smelling nice is all there is to the allure of a good fragrance. Forget about all those modern semi-sweet, semi-bland smooth cutie pie colognes and get this instead. On a technical note: projection/longevity are very good.