Calvin Klein Man Eau de Toilette, 100 ml
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I would imagine this to be good for a young man, perhaps a teenager who is just starting out with their scent collection.
I’m a huge Fahrenheit cologne guy, so whenever I see here on this site a cologne that has any DNA Fahrenheit may have, I’m in. This EDT has too spicy notes of entry, like their middle notes are spices very marked, it seems a dominant anise scent of incense. Maybe as "tropic" said it is that (for me unknown,but now I attended to it by Wikipedia:-) Duku fruit. BNPL is an interest bearing option that allows you to delay payments on your purchases for up to 12 months depending on how much you spend. The minimalist square black bottle captures the sexy style of both Calvin Klein and this classic perfume.
It's opening consists of two parts: first part is a fresh icy minty one and the other is warmer and sort of musky-incense-y. If you have a non-BNPL balance, you will still need to make at least your minimum payment as shown on your statement.
You can change your choices at any time by visiting Cookie preferences, as described in the Cookie notice. The fragrance is quite fresh, mingling some citrus with violet leaf, light spices and a vague incense. Calvin Klein Man epitomises Calvin Klein's cutting edge minimalism and sexy style, capturing the essence of the modern man in a signature fragrance. A discreet but intense aroma, very sensual and with a certain addictive touch, due to an infinite amount of edible notes in its formulation. A surprisingly under the radar fragrance, I think maybe it is a little too 'green' smelling to have been a hit with the masses and stick around for longer.They came up with Eternity for Men Summer but they only ended up destroying the name by coming up with a cheap-smelling, common and run-of-the-mill scent. Opens up with a blast of herbal spicines that quickly settles to a transparent herbal violet leaf kinda scent and dries down to a nice violet leaf, woody base that might remind you of Fahrenheit. If the mandarin and bergamot were more elevated it would've brightened CK Man, made it more fresh and light.
I've had a sample of this for a few years now and I'll every so often give it a sniff, then ask myself (you know like Gollum in Lord of the Rings) whether I should get a full bottle.There isn't too much special with this scent, very basic men's fragrance with woody and spicy notes and a hint of freshness. CK Man fits in the middle of all these and will have its place when I need something quiet and calming. On the one hand, it's like a soft Fahrenheit, but it also kind of goes in it's own direction, in that instead of a contrast between light and heavy, it stays light so that there is only pleasantness, which of course is perfectly fine.