Our Nishane Hacivat samples and decants are rebottled by Scent Split from genuine fragrance bottles. Scent Split is a wholly independent entity not affiliated, connected, or associated with Nishane.
Original bottle not included with sample/decant purchase. Scent Split rebottles the genuine fragrance into smaller bottles.
Move over, because there’s a new masculine in town, and guys, you’re going to love this one. With tart, sparkling citrus draped over a backbone crisp with forest woods, oakmoss, and white jasmine, Hacivat recalls the oakmoss-laden glory of woody chypres like Pour Monsieur that once populated men’s perfumery. Despite the solidly classical lines of the scent, Hacivat feels entirely modern, with a juicy pineapple note aerating the damp mosses and woods, and a touch of blackcurrant leaf keeping the tone fresh and outdoorsy.
Don’t be afraid of that pineapple note. Rich and natural-smelling rather than sporty or cheap, the pineapple note is so well done here that it redeems the reputation of the much-maligned fruit. Hacivat wears on the skin as lightly as a white linen shirt in summer. It is discreet, professional, and sparklingly clean, but possessed of just enough bitter moss and woods for gravitas. A rare, classically-built woody chypre with a contemporary edge, Hacivat just smells really wonderful and will make other people think you smell great too. Bookmark this scent if you love a modern classic.
Very unique long lasting fragrance
This is a very unique,long lasting and a sexy fregarance.
I had very high hopes for this one based on reviews, but I really dislike it as is. I don't get any of the brighter fruity or citrusy notes, just sepulchral oakmoss and patchouli. Maybe I'm just not a chypre fan.
I like it and the performance is good; however, I’m not a big oak moss fan and here it plays a dominant role. I know it sounds like sacrilege and will make some of you cringe, but I’m going to buy a bottle of the newest best version Club de Nuit Intense Man Limited Edition Parfum Armaf instead for $60. Glad I tested.