Not your typical perfume...but let me tell you, thank goodness it’s not. I’ve worked in luxury retail for 10 years, and ive had it all, Clive Christian, Creed, Bond No.9, Tom Ford. All these houses that make good perfumes, sure. But this beat them all, interesting scent that I said smelled like the aftermath of a glorious bacchanal in an opium den, it’s incredibly sexy and sensuous, it must be the warmth of the labdanum. Oh and let me tell you this perfume literally lasted on me ALL DAY, and this is coming from a person that now work as a bartender lifting and carrying heavy things all day so I sweat off perfumes like crazy. After my purchase of 1740, I’m going to explore ALL of the other perfumes because they’re worth...every...penny. Don’t hesitate, and get your bottle now, because I can almost guarantee you’re going to love this brand and forget about designer name brand perfumes forever. I know I have.
my go to scent for 10 years and counting. Love the unique spicy darkness that lasts all day 🤘🏽😬🤘🏽
I've used this for a week now
Wonderfully warm, deep, unique, elegant. masculine.
A very good perfume to have in the collection,
If you are looking for something that really stands out and is different, you have found it!
Sent is wonderful! Long-lasting a true classic treasure! I get many compliments when I wear it. Especially in intimate settings
I've been trying to get my spouse to ditch his old-fashioned habit of Old Spice. This was the only fragrance that he likes. The cedar, leather and vanilla notes resonated with his sense of what a man "should" smell like if he HAD to wear cologne.
He also liked the fragrance's historical nod. He's a history teacher.
Also, Histoires de Parfums has a great website and easy was to sample fragrances. I purchased the full flight of samples first, then selected this one for him after he was able to wear it several times. I've selected another for myself.