Men's Club fragrance notes

  • Head

    • Aldehydes, Bergamot, Juniper, Tarragon, Laurel
  • Heart

    • Lavender, Rose, Jasmine, Iris, Coriander, Carnation
  • Base

    • Cedarwood, Musk, Patchouli, Vetiver, Incense, Moss, Tonka bean

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It’s a one note wonder of bubble gum creamy roses. Hardly masculine. You can forget that entire scent pyramid because all you’re going to smell are roses and more roses. Quite feminine and a very simple composition. I find it beyond boring. The concentrated eau de toilette version is even more bubble gummy. For real, this smells like pink bubble gum! It’s difficult to believe that Men’s Club debuted in 1966 as this odor feels like something released today for young Women. I’ve tested 3 different minis. 2 eau de colognes and 1 concentrated eau de toilette. The concentrated version is a tad deeper but once the dry down kicks in, loads of bubble gum and roses. Same result every time for both concentrations. Bright pink roses that resemble bubble gum. Ugh!
25th February 2023
This is an incredibly well constructed fragrance that would suit all men all the time. It should be far better known than it is. I own lots of the very best of men's perfumes: Aventus, Patou Pour Homme, Patou Pour Homme Prive, all the guerlains, etc. but Men's Club is my daily wear. The blending is superb and I suspect that it will be your number one perfume if you can find a bottle on eBay. Sillage is moderate - it wears close to the skin, but it lingers for so long that anyone passing by close to you will give you compliments.
4th September 2017

Groucho Marx once said he wouldn't join any club that would have him as a member.
After wearing this plain sketch of orange peppery musk, I have to say I agree with the old cigar chomper.
I would never associate myself with this men's club - even if it came with a gas mask.
25th August 2017
One of the first fragrances I tried and worn on a regular basis. For me, It's the synonym of Fougere. Lavender, coumarin and moss in a great masculin combination. It's smooth, well blended and intoxicating. Everything in its right place. Starts with an explosion of lavender and then calms down when combined with coumarin, moss and soft spices. It used to be oakmoss, but now, reformulated, It's tree moss. Of course, It lost some depth, but It's still great in its simplicity. A manly fragrance, never overpowering, addictive! Forget fougeres like Caron pour homme: full of that powder accord, dated, always reminding of the past. Men's club is refreshing in a distinctive way. For some, a bit deja vu, but still beats any of these uninspiring recent launches.
9th December 2014