No. 1 for Men
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$21.99 USD

Brand Clive Christian

Wanting to push the parameters of what is acceptable, Clive Christian turned his creative design to having a fragrance for the night. No. 1 was created with passion. It has great personality; it is refined and without question highly distinctive and original. It is a perfume which stands out from the crowd; it is the fragrance of ultimate luxury. 

Starting with intensely green herbal notes of bergamot, lime and mandarin, No. 1 for men soon plunges into a carnal world of cardamom-spiced rich vanilla, amber and Mysore Indian sandalwood. Fresh yet rich, clean yet indolic, No. 1 for Men's mandarin-tinged florals, rose, jasmine, and ylang-ylang float atop a second layer of rich base notes like a perfume version of hydroponics. Although categorized as an Oriental Amber, there's no ignoring this perfume's aromatic freshness, aided by subtle grapefruit and artemesia and lasting into the dry down like a veil over its warmer base. Like most of Clive Christian's scents designated for men, this elixir is easily categorized as unisex.

NOTES

Bergamot, lime, Sicilian mandarin, cardamom, nutmeg, thyme, lily of the valley, rose, jasmine, ylang ylang, heliotrope, cedarwood, sandalwood, vetiver, ambery woods, and vanilla.

License Info: This item is a hand decanted sample from the original licensed design house fragrance. This item is not a licensed design house product. The customer will receive the original fragrance hand poured into a sterile vial. Scentsplit is not affiliated with design house in any manner.

Customer Reviews

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M.A.
Hello :(

Well, the box shape is beautiful and well locked but the samples are tough to open. This thing frustrated me, I was hoping the samples would be in sprays.
In any case thank you for your good handling.

Mohammed

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S.M.
Thank You!

Recommended site.
Very much satisfied.

J
J.P.
Nothing Special

I can't believe this is supposedly one of the most expensive men's colognes on the market. It smells like a slightly more sophisticated version of Old Spice to me. Would not recommend.