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Aventus by Creed Review

Aventus by Creed Review
Description
For many frag heads, Aventus needs no introduction. Since its launch at the start of the decade, it has enamored men who wanted to feel proud and masculine. The way Aventus relays that is through the unique fruity and smoky blend, beginning from the opening that boasts of pineapple and blackcurrant. Despite what the bottle may impress for us, the scent actually is balanced and fresh, but with the capacity to overpower in the case of over-application.
Sillage
78
Longevity
83
Reader Rating1 Vote
100
Positives
Scent offering a unique take despite its popularity
Goes back and forth with smoky and sweet
We find that the heart can lend it some shared appeal, even if it is a masculine scent through and through
We think it is fresh and clean
Negatives
A very common pick among men, not your best bet if you want to go for a refined but underappreciated fragrance
81
Ratings
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Aventus was created for the ambitious man, pretty much like Napoleon Bonaparte which was singled out by Creed as the scent’s inspiration. As such, it was developed to be masculine and an elevated form compared to the men’s fragrances that permeate the market. To achieve this, the ingredients picked out were blackcurrant, pineapple, bergamot, apple, dry birch, jasmine, patchouli, musk, vanilla, ambergris and oakmoss. Olivier and Erwin Creed are the noses behind Aventus, which was released in 2010.

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