Desire cologne for Men by Alfred Dunhill

Desire cologne for Men by Alfred Dunhill

7.4 out of 10 based on 49 ratings


Design House
Fragrance Gender Men's Fragrance
Year Introduced 2000
Status Available
Available Types EDT
Perfumer Michel Almairac
Bottle Designer
Scent Classification Oriental Woody
Fragrance Notes
Description
Reviews

Popularity Total Hits: 29923




Voting Results

Fragrance Quality
6.3
Bottle Design
6.5
Overall Satisfaction
7.4

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Votes: 49



Desire Alfred Dunhill Perfume Pyramid
citrus bergamia
rose
musk
Opening Top Notes
citrus
fruity
Heart Center Notes
woody
floral
Deep Base Notes
amber
musk
spice
Fragrance Odor
Sensation
citrus
light
fruity
sensual
aromatic
warm
sweet
soft
woody
inviting
balsamic
romantic
bitter
elegant
sour
uplifting
fresh
bright
floral
cheerful
Scent Sillage: soft
subtle6%
soft56%
moderate39%
heavy0%
intense0%
enormous0%
based on 36 users opinions
Scent Longevity: 1-3 hours
0-1 hours14%
1-3 hours50%
3-6 hours36%
6-12 hours0%
12+ hours0%
based on 36 users opinions
Season: summer
spring6%
summer92%
autumn0%
winter3%
any season0%
based on 36 users opinions
Audience: 19-25
12-180%
19-2569%
26-5528%
56+0%
any age3%
based on 36 users opinions
Occasion: day
night3%
day97%
sport0%
casual0%
business0%
evening out0%
based on 36 users opinions





 Desire Alfred Dunhill - Description

Fragrance Desire cologne for Men by Alfred Dunhill was introduced in 2000. Alfred Dunhill Desire is classified as Oriental Woody fragrance. Scent notes of Desire Alfred Dunhill include top notes of citrus bergamia, lemon, orange blossom water, apple, middle notes of rose, patchouli, teak and base notes of musk, labdanum, vanilla. Alfred Dunhill Desire fragrance composition is a creation of Michel Almairac.

Desire cologne for Men by Alfred Dunhill 7.4 out of 10 based on 49 ratings and 32 user reviews. In stock From $4.34 to $53.99 based on 14+ offers.


 Desire Alfred Dunhill - Full Story


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 Desire Alfred Dunhill - User Opinions and Reviews

  • Date Added: 09/12/2014
    Alfred Dunhill Desire is a really fabulous fragrance. The low price might seem misleading but this is really a forceful blend of mastery. From the amazing lemony apple opening to the vanilla rose heart and the musky woods in the final trail make this simply divine. The quality of this at the price its selling is excellent and at least worth a try.
     by Kenny
  • Date Added: 06/10/2012
    This smells like a bowl of fresh fruit. Reminds me of fruit loops and fruity pebbles. I've gotten a few comments by the ladies, I like it on me. I will finish my 3.4 oz bottle, I dunno if I will buy it again. Don't get me wrong, it's good, but lately I am hooked on sexual by germain and angel men. I like the dunhill fresh too for summer time
     by Cayen
  • Date Added: 06/10/2012
    Love it or hate it? I dunno, Im caught in between. I love love love the bottle, bit iffy about the scent. It seems edgy and synthetic to start, but softens agreeably, but then another pervasivly unsettling note comes out to play (synthetic rather than real, natural rosewood, methinks) and ruins the whole matinee... My assessment? The synthetic fruits need to be toned down and softened, particularly in content. Perhaps a dash of oakmoss to provide a tempering dryness? A little more musk, vanilla and labdanum? Anything to provide more grounding, and temper the synthetic, headache inducing top-notes. Sporty indeed. Just bearable to wear out. Nice for school/uni. Needs to be re-editioned, improved. softened. tempered.
     by Carlito
  • Total User Opinions: 32

















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