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Top notes are lavender, mandarin orange, hawthorn, nutmeg flower, cedar, bergamot, chamomile and lemon; middle notes are nutmeg, honeysuckle, carnation, sandalwood, violet leaf, jasmine, lily-of-the-valley and cedar; base notes are leather, tonka bean, amber, patchouli, musk and vetiver. performance sucks on me so does the projection got new bottle 2017 got to overspray, 8sprays to try to make it last longer its not the beast it used to be it is way softer dont get the gas smell anymore and on me the dry down smells just like grey flannel, does anyone else get that on the dry down? Comparing to 20 batches it is true, there is a change in performance and a slight change in scent.
Ive seen reviews on hugo boss night of someone saying this is similar and far more better, this is nothing like the night bottle, it just smells like a leather jacket with a low outdated flowery scent from start to finish. Bottle from 2010 is intense and absolutely great performer, 2013 batch feels softer in scent and performance, but not far behind if not the same, maybe aging plays its role.
I can honestly say that I never had or tried a vintage bottle, but remember smelling it as a teenager about 10 years ago and Fahrenheit was a trigger for me in this fragrance hobby, and 2010 batch is how I remember it. I didn't try 2016 and newer formulations, but I know it will never be the same again. Today it was cold and rainy in NY, so I sprayed Fahrenheit before I headed to work. This is giant machinery gearing up to change the universe, Tesla coils charged and about to arc, a blood-red sunset with the thunderstorm of the decade closing in while you're on a remote hilltop without shelter, this is your race car going so fast you can feel it come apart. Fahrenheit doesn't fuck about, and it doesn't fit in. The feeling here is of a connectedness with the forces of nature, but with the twist that you are the guy who is poking the sleeping giant, you're the scientist, the explorer, the Great Manipulator who is about to see how nature will react to what you did.
This one, even if it's a semblance of the original. The first thing I smelled was gasoline and fresh cut grass!
It seriously reminds me of the smell of cutting my lawn on a hot summer day.
i still have a bottle inherited from my brother from 1989, which smells heavenly, soft, cashmerey, masculine. It's totally unique, totally masculine and will never go out of fashion, at least not for me.
as a kid i always thought it smells of pumpkin pie, which i know it sounds corny but that was the perfect spice balance that was achieved by layering nutmeg with violets and amberish orange. Does this fragrance enter BEAST MODE, good, just okay or weak sauce at best? I prefer this oldy over most of the newer, more modern fragrances.