Bulgari Pour Homme Soir can be seen as a purer take on the original—it cuts down on the ingredients to better highlight the darjeeling tea that is in it. The scent was released in 2006, with the notes list reduced to amber, musk, papyrus and bergamot, besides the darjeeling. It is the last of its kind, and creates less fuss than other fragrances from the brand. Still, it remains a memorable pick from the house’s broad collection of scents.
Bvlgari Pour Homme Soir by Bulgari Review
Bulgari Pour Homme Soir is one to enjoy if you liked the original, especially the darjeeling tea. This time, the notes are trimmed down, which resulted in a lighter scent. However, that does not take the romantic out of the equation because of the depth that the tea provides, as well as the earthy feeling added by the amber and musk. The changes do not affect performance as far the original Pour Homme goes, but it leaves less of a trail. Its softness makes it an appealing choice for women as well.
Light and romantic because of the tea and the musk
Accessible based on price point
Softness could be appealing to women
Ideal on occasions when it shouldn’t overwhelm, such as at work-related events
Sillage is underwhelming even if it comes stronger initially than the original
Can come off as linear and less complex