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Fahrenheit by Dior Review
Fahrenheit may have been released by the late 1980s, but it continues to captivate the fascination of men and the women who can smell it on them. Despite its age, we can still find this to be of the times, and even eclipsing more recent releases in quality and creativity. The blend of spices and leather is warm and energizing, but also adventurous and fresh for us. Sillage is substantial and staying power is impressive.
Energizing combination of leather and spices
Fresh despite the ‘gasoline’ vibe
We find this to be modern even more than 20 years after its release
Excellent sillage and longevity
The smell of gasoline that can be detected does not play well for everyone
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Dior first released Fahrenheit in 1988, but it remains in production to this day. It was designed by both Michel Almairac and Jean-Louis Sieuzac. The top notes for Fahrenheit include mandarin orange, bergamot, lemon, lavender, hawthorn, cedar, nutmeg flower and chamomile, while the heart notes are sandalwood, jasmine, violet leaf, honeysuckle, carnation, cedar and lily of the valley. The base notes include tonka bean, patchouli, amber, leather, vetiver and musk.