Tiffany For Men Sport Cologne
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  • It was released in 1998 but this is one of the best scents I have tried in terms of its longevity and composition
  • I love how these two smell but their properties here were just minimal
  • I think its because of the combination of the woody base


    • by ibizaspain
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      Tiffany For Men Sport is an old scent. It was released in 1998 but this is one of the best scents I have tried in terms of its longevity and composition. Albeit old and released decades ago, the physical appearance of the perfume remains great because of its luxurious name and simplistic design. Tiffany comes to the ranks of Chanel or Cartier. This is also the reason why the performance of the scent is pretty good. The perfume is box in a square flacon and the color concept is powder blue. The color blue as used often in concepts such as ” Sports” in Ralph Lauren and other scents tends to be overuse. However, on the positive side, we cannot blame them given the fact that blue or the aquatic hue of it is really the essence of the

      something sporty. The color is masculine and it manifests the best attribute of men. The perfume is great looking, it is minimalist and so tamed and upscale.

      The scent starts with a brighter smell. The properties of citrus were noticeable specifically bergamot and lemon. It has a lighter smell at the top but then there is a slight change to green smell. The notes of fern gave off a subtle green smell but after two minutes, it explodes into an aromatic mass of green notes. The remaining top notes were fern, juniper and coriander. The latter belongs to spices but I find it contributing to the aromatic properties of the smell. The spiciness can be its aromatic flavor but it was different–it was more of a green smell then spicy. The middle part was jasmine and geranium. These are ...


      • perfect floral notes. I love how these two smell but their properties here were just minimal. I find it contributing to the light sweetness of the scent as the green aroma lightly fades. Then the base notes were combination of woody and spicy notes. Vetiver and sandalwood gave off a sweet and woody base. Nutmeg and pepper were both spicy. The scent is classified as aromatic green. It is great but there were lots of notes which totally were not in place.

        The aromatic aspect of the scent was because of so many spices. Coriander, nutmeg and pepper were all spicy but they were diluted with some notes that they tend to smell aromatic. I think its because of the combination of the woody base. There were two strong woody notes which when mixed with spicy notes produced

        a little aromatic whip. So the effect was great. There are few green notes here only fern and juniper but the clarity of that grassy scent was still undeniable. I love the combination of both notes and how it morphs into this aromatic scent which was confusing at times. The scent is long lasting. I love the staying ability of it in your skin and clothes.

        Now as to its quality and its interpretation. Does it really paint that sporty picture of a man when you wear this? Definitely. This is more of a clean masculine scent and quite refreshing actually. The grassy smell normally can be so obstructing. If it tends to get humid, it is not sporty at all. But this was clean and refreshing all throughout. This makes it different from the aromatic green that I have tried.




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