Fresh, fruity and yet utterly masculine, Cedrat Boise has received a steady buzz of excitement amongst fragrance aficionados since its release, not least for a purported resemblance to a certain holy grail fruity men's scent with a bit of a more expensive pedigree. And while we see several key differences between the two, what can't be denied is that Cedrat Boise is the equal to any casual-yet-sophisticated masculine on the market. Opening with a bright, zesty burst of blackcurrant and citrus, Cedrat Boise quickly layers on a sexy heart of jasmine and patchouli underneath the still-lingering fruity freshness, staying crisp for hours before slowly easing into a sumptuous drydown of cedar, sandalwood, leather and musky mosses. Gorgeously blended and all-season appropriate, Cedrat Boise is a remarkably versatile and enjoyable masculine- the one to reach for when you can only reach for one.
Bergamot, lemon, blackcurrant, cold spices, fruit basket, aquatic jasmine, patchouli, sandalwood, cedar, leather, moss, white musk, vanilla
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For the fragrance itself, cedrat boise is not what I'm expected to be. It has resembles to aventus but to it is feel like a club de nuit intense but more refined and high quality. Didn't fall for this one. Aventus is by far the batter one imo.
This isnt aventus but somewhat similar. To me its if you removed the smoke and leather from avenus its what your left with. Its not a hate but not a love. It might take me some time to fully appreciate it. I also get a weird cardboard smell in the drydown.
VERY nice citrus smell for spring and summer.