Thank you to the house of @eaukperfume for allowing me to test these two wonderful, masculine fragrances! *
Pomander - I get something soapy, clean, sophisticated, and a hint a classic vintage. Pomander was designed with lots of ingredients brought back from faraway lands by the Dutch. Pomander has notes pepper, leather, cocoa and caraway along with resins. This is a wonderful fragrance that is highly versatile, superbly blended, and has outragueous performance on my skin. There is something about Pomander that I could not put my finger on but made me smell myself repeatedly. I love it! *
Barreur - Saffron, peppers, amber, cocoa and leather are all here as well. I have to say, this fragrance is similar to Pomander. Barruer is like the toned-down more quiet version of Pomander. Where Barreur is like the day-time scent for work, Pomander is what you'd spray on before a happy hour that goes on well into the night. *
Both offerings are pure class, purely masculine and pure quality. Thank you again, @eaukperfume!
Rochas Man. This woodsy-flavored men's perfume was introduced in 1999. It was designed by Maurice Roucel. In the top notes there is an intoxicating beginning with sweet fresh bergamot and gentle balsamic notes of lavender. Pure and intense jasmine pulses with the heart of perfume along with gentle grassy and fresh notes of lily-of-the-valley and the touch of sensual musk. The base is soft, creamy and warm together with vanilla, sandal, amber and the gourmand tone of coffee. The designers of the bottle are Franzrudolf Lehnert and Michael Fõrster.