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Euphoria for Men by Calvin Klein Review
Euphoria for Men is not quite as euphoric as the name would suggest, but it not a bad choice for a scent. It is pleasant and warm, with some zings especially in the opening. It stays light and bright even as it shifts into the woody notes and suede, and the drydown gives a little sweet, slightly diluted feeling. This gives an impression of blandness, and there are times when it feels a tad too thin and synthetic, but the scent is also flexible because of this and can be worn most days in a year.
Notes are well-blended that not one overpowers the rest
Bright, citrus fragrance ideal for the summer
Very accessible, price-wise
Soft and close to the skin
Brings nothing new to the table, feels familiar
The original, intense Euphoria that turned women’s heads led to the release of a masculine counterpart in Euphoria Men. Launched in 2006, it had perfumers Carlos Benaim and Loc Dong (who also worked on the original), as well as Jean Marc Chaillan brainstorm and blend notes of pepper, ginger, sage, black basil, cedar, amber, suede and patchouli. It does not match the intensity of the feminine Euphoria, but it isn’t completely off-putting either. The scent can be used everyday if one so wishes.