Silver Cologne 
Amouage (2002)


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Silver Cologne by Amouage

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Silver Cologne is a men's fragrance launched in 2002 by Amouage

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There are 43 reviews of Silver Cologne by Amouage.

The original Silver Cologne (a counterpart to Gentleman's Cologne) was an early formulation of Silver Man and the real deal. Much muskier and stronger than later versions, and a great example of what this brand brought to the table in its early days.

Amouage Silver is the daytime version of Amouage Gold: opens with a zest of juice citruses: bergamot, neroli, and sanguine, then the florals and musk to give sweetness and luminescence to the blend, and finally the dry down is a sweet and fresh Frankincense with the zest of the citruses and the sweetness of the florals blended on it. The florals remind me of the floral accord on Parfums de Marly Lippizan. Frankincense is the main note but is well blended with the rest of the notes. Not a powdery scent, not feminine, and no similarities with Boucheron. Monster longevity and projection. Amouage Silver smells luxurious like made to be worn by Kings, the quality is 10/10. Masterpiece and sadly discontinued.

There is nothing bright about this.
It starts heavy plum rose amber sandalwood. It so heavy that you think its going to be a wash off. Then it settles leaving you with orange musk and vetiver , almost becoming fresh and you think wow, just like Creed Viking its worth persisting through the opening. But in calamitous contrast this continues morphing and drops its pants even more leaning heavily towards the feminine with florals and patchouli.
Not for me but it does take you on a roller coaster journey. Some may like it just for that!

Fragrance: 6.25/10
Projection: 7.5/10
Longevity: 7.5/10

Amouage Silver Man is appropriately-named, given the metallic, musky, fresh spicy vibe that I get from it. The opening is a burst of floral and fresh spices, enhanced perhaps by the citruses I see in the notes breakdown but do not detect much of individually. Orange blossom factors in somewhat, especially at the opening, but quickly gives way to a variety of florals and a woody musk mix that doesn't sit well with me.

As in many cases, it's not the sharpness in the opening that is prohibitive for me but the odd fruity/musky dry down that is simply displeasing, but I realize that this is just a matter of opinion is that is not one of the crowd favorites among Amouage fragrances.

Projection is decent but longevity leaves a little bit to be desired. Sample first, for sure.

5 out of 10

Not bad, but not all that good IMO. Citrus and kind of fruity vibe with this one. More on the feminine side IMO. I give Amouage credit for trying something new though.

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