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Yohji Homme by Yohji Yamamoto Review
Yohji Homme may have been reformulated, but it still maintains that sophisticated, powerful profile. For us, it opens citrusy and clean because of the bergamot and licorice, but there are more apt descriptions once the scent opens up more. It is boozy with the rum, warm because of the patchouli and musk, and dry because of the cedar, with all these contributing to it becoming a more interesting fragrance. But even with that said, this is easy to wear in many occasions and comforting during the colder seasons.
Sophisticated blend of sweet, earthy, spicy and dry notes
Not overly sweet despite its accords
Its power and warmth is better suited for fall and winter
We think it can easily overwhelm when not careful with application
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Yohji Homme possesses a distinct profile from other masculine scents despite using notes that are no stranger to the market. First released in 1999, it was then reintroduced to the current decade alongside other classic Yohji Yamamoto fragrances. Yohji Homme originally included coriander, bergamot, anise, lavender, cinnamon, licorice, leather and rum as its notes. Jean-Michel Duriez concocted this in the 1990s, only to be reformulated in 2012 by Olivier Pescheux to comply to updated regulations for fragrances.