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Not as deep and rich as something like Pure Havane, but more like walking into a den where owner as a shirt with an open pouch of good pipe tobacco, and a good pair of leather boots that wear well versus a well stocked tobacco store with many brands.
Conclusion: Polo works very well for me in all but the hottest of days, works best from late fall to early spring.
There are some nuanced changes versus fall and winter.
Primarily, the beloved cool weather pine notes fade into the background sooner resulting in a more leather/tobacco lean to it.
I much prefer Encre Noire by Lalique for example, when it comes to forest-smelling colognes. A drydown as remarkable as Rive Gauche, Opium for men and M7. I'll admit I don't like the first phase of this that much and putting your nose right up to where it's sprayed isn't pleasant, it's the cloud it surrounds you in that makes people take notice. I would describe it as a mossy pine forest in a bottle, but that would be an understatement.
2/5 Guilty pleasure , the tiny tittered doses that u must adhere to to make this one wearable are silly how small they are. Even though it's been around since the 70s I feel it's been somewhat forgotten. it is very classy , slightly offensive but it makes you feel that you are very rich because of the tobacco notes. It is one of the top 5 of more than 200 perfumes I have smelled. It has remarkable depth and longevity, and the sillage is on the strong side.
Pine and fir with strong notes of tobacco in a very masculine way.
Also woods and patchouli along with moss, and a hint of leather.
My second wearing on a fall day was much better, as were subsequent winter days.Polo is one of the two first perfumes by Ralph Lauren and it was created by Carlos Benaim in 1978. It is pungent, cloying, too strong, too aggressive and to me just smells like an old man! However, this is one of those colognes that works with body chemistry. This is a great cologne to wear around christmas time because of the pine scent.It is a powerful 80s scent, although it came out in the late 70s. This along with Giorgio Beverly Hills, might be my two most despised fragrances (and Clinique Happy, yuck). Also, if you're taking public transportation, 1 or 2 sprays. More reminiscent of Tom Ford Moss Breches than Italian Cypress IMO, and I'm a huge fan and wearer of Italian Cypress.Sorry if I offended, but some fragrances I can totally tolerate even if I do not like them. It's very vintage in that 70's/80's way, they don't make them like this anymore.Reminds me of the 80's heavy moss scents that I love in "feminine" perfumes (I personally don't subscribe to gendered scents, at all), but perhaps even better.
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The heart is strong and masculine as conifer woods, decorated with notes of patchouli, oakmoss and vetiver.