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Lapidus Pour Homme by Ted Lapidus Review
Lapidus Pour Homme is both a fragrance of its time and otherwise: it is potent and loud, just like its contemporaries, but it is also proud of its fruitiness. The opening blasts us immediately with pineapple and lemon complemented by relatively weaker florals, and then the scent becomes intensely masculine and animalic. That said, while we were impressed, this just isn’t a scent meant to be enjoyed by everyone. We also advise careful application because the sillage is heavy not only for us and it will last on you for many, many hours.
We find this to be very masculine, sensual even
Impressive wear time is maintained to this day
Might be too potent for some
Its fruitiness is not for everyone
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In an era of strong and loud masculine fragrances, perfumer Martin Gras makes an addition that deserves more than the attention it receives now: Lapidus Pour Homme. He created the scent on behalf of Ted Lapidus, who in turn launched it in 1987, just a few years before the profile of dominant scents moved on to aquatics. The accords on the masculine scent are hefty: some of these are artemisia, basil, lemon, bergamot, pineapple, juniper berries, jasmine, petitgrain, honey, orris root, sandalwood, patchouli, oakmoss, musk and tobacco.