Truly classy men’s perfumes are very rare, although there are many fragrances out there.
Below is a list of men’s perfumes worth having..
Christian Dior Eau Sauvage
This crisp, clear, elegant fragrant was created in 1966 and still bests many of the more modern fragrances and is a firm favourite amongst women.
Hermes Terre d’Hermes
This is one of the very few stand out men’s perfumes to have launched in the last decade, and stands amongst one of the best.
This sensual earthy, woody and spicy with notes of grapefruit, pink pepper, geranium, cedar and vetiver fragrance smells outdoorsy and masculine.
Creed Green Irish Tweed
Creed Green Irish Tweed is probably one of the most famous and features notes of violet leaves, sandalwood and Iris, and is a firm favourite with Hollywood’s top male actors.
Aramis Classic is a men’s perfume was launched in 1964 and is sold in over 120 countries and lends its aroma to a blend of citrus, bergamot, sage, sandalwood and leather notes with a warm combination of oakmoss, florals, spices, gum resins, vetiver, patchouli and cedarwood.
Acqua di Parma Colonia
This classic carries the mark of longevity and has become the signature mark for sophistication and Italian style and was created in 1916.
It gives a burst of Sicilian citrus fruits followed by herby floral, and once on the skin reveals vetiver, sandalwood and patchouli, making it the perfect crossover fragrance for day or night.
This men’s perfume with its soft vanilla but deep masculine woody base is probably what it is most famous for.
If sales are anything to go by, it’s certainly a winner – to date it has sold more than seventy million bottles worldwide.
Giorgio Armani Aqua di Gio Pour Homme
This is a men’s perfume that can be given as a gift to any male.
It is made distinct by its bitter sweet aquatic accord, and is versatile with its addition of patchouli, rockrose and cedarwood which makes it ideal for either day or night wear.