Fragrance Reviews

Aramis by Aramis Review

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Aramis by Aramis Review
Description
Classic and highly esteemed as it may be, few men would touch the Aramis. Besides being considered as an old-fashioned scent, it can come off as too strong. The key to avoiding this is moderation—it is the only way to appreciate the potent leather base it possesses, preceded by other woody, masculine notes. Liking it may depend on your preferences, but you can trust that it is anything but generic.
Sillage
Longevity
Reader Rating1 Vote
Positives
Very masculine
Strong and classy
Excellent sillage and longevity
Negatives
Easy to overapply
Others find it old-fashioned
4.6
Ratings


Aramis has a long history, having been created in 1964 by Bernard Chant. It has since seen fragrances try to follow its success and benefit from the name, such as Aramis Gentleman and Adventurer, as well as many reformulations, which makes recent iterations different from the original. However, it is still refined and elevated to a certain class that many scents can only wish to attain.

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