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Discussion started by 58FB, Apr 3, 2018.
Just got SMS notified of a package in my Parcel Locker I'm betting it's this
Great juice. I've never smelt real Aventus but everyone I know loves it when I wear this.
Very nice - a sweeter, more modern twist to the traditional Floid. Defs Aventus vibe
Just had a splash of it and it is frigging AWESOME scent
Now I'm curious.
What's its longevity like?
Let me report tomorrow on a full day from morning
Oh cool, I might give this a try as well. I need something to pair with Striling Executive Man soap. I have been kicking myself that I did not pick up an APR Coolabah splash.
How does it feel on the skin?
On the skin fresh and clean on application no irritation or sharp sense of it when applied initially so no wait time for it to rest and cool needed it's a 10
Glad you’re happy with it mate!
Very much so
Well over 6 hours past after splashing on the Black Floid the scent has gone around a couple hours ago i'd say but what really has gotten me is how great and soft my skin still feels definitely a plus no complaints from me then, lads grab a bottle
This description from TSW sums it up fairly accurately "Sweet, fruity, musk and pineapple....think a hybrid Acqua di Parma "Fico di Amalfi" and Creed "Aventus"
What do you think about the floid black versus floid vigoroso?
Floid vigoroso is much sheldom use in spain (where it is much cheap) with respect to Floid vigoroso. Actually Floid suave, the one I am using, is more sheldomly used....
It is kind of fun as it is a classic "war" product up there in the lands of rabbits. Either loved or hated; the vigoroso, I mean.
@sealer I think you once described Vigoroso as splash to be used "when you weren't going to be near anyone else that day". It is a strong and "traditional" i.e. old man scent. But I love the menthol hit and the ambergris style notes really appeal to me.
The "Black" is a completely different animal - less menthol, sweeter and modern. As @todras says - fruit and musk. If I had to choose one it would be Black.
Yes, that's an accurate description of the circunstances on which I use it mostly (now the mentolado suave) . Till I like it, of course!