Hei cologne for Men by Alfred Sung

Hei cologne for Men by Alfred Sung

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Fragrance Gender Men's Fragrance
Year Introduced 2002
Status Available
Available Types EDT
Perfumer David Apel
Bottle Designer
Scent Classification Aromatic Fougere
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Hei Alfred Sung Perfume Pyramid
citrus bergamia
jasmine
amber
Opening Top Notes
green
aquatic
citrus
woody
Heart Center Notes
spice
aromatic
citrus
white flowers
Deep Base Notes
woody
amber
musk
spice
Fragrance Odor
Sensation
aromatic
sensual
sweet
warm
bitter
comforting
fresh
refreshing
green
natural
woody
fresh
herbal
deep
fresh spicy
calming
balsamic
cool
animal wildlife
light
Scent Sillage: subtle
subtle75%
soft0%
moderate25%
heavy0%
intense0%
enormous0%
based on 4 users opinions
Scent Longevity: 0-1 hours
0-1 hours75%
1-3 hours0%
3-6 hours25%
6-12 hours0%
12+ hours0%
based on 4 users opinions
Season: summer
spring25%
summer75%
autumn0%
winter0%
any season0%
based on 4 users opinions
Audience: any age
12-180%
19-2525%
26-550%
56+0%
any age75%
based on 4 users opinions
Occasion: day
night0%
day100%
sport0%
casual0%
business0%
evening out0%
based on 4 users opinions





 Hei Alfred Sung - Description

Fragrance Hei cologne for Men by Alfred Sung was introduced in 2002. Alfred Sung Hei is classified as Aromatic Fougere fragrance. Scent notes of Hei Alfred Sung include top notes of citrus bergamia, mint, violet leaves, aqueous, bamboo, middle notes of jasmine, lavender, orange blossom water, fennel, green cardamom, dill and base notes of amber, musk, tonkin beans, cedar wood, mahogany. Alfred Sung Hei fragrance composition is a creation of David Apel.
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 Hei Alfred Sung - User Opinions and Reviews

  • Date Added: 12/12/2014
    A wonderful aromatic and aqueous sensation comes from Alfred Sung Hei fragrance. I notice the fresh green bamboo with minty tones and the cool aquatic sensation with slight sweetness of ambery touches. Really nicely blended and brings an uplifting sensation the moment you spray it on.
     by Elijah
  • Date Added: 20/10/2012
    Hei is based on an excellent idea as far as I’m concerned—a masculine minimalistic green fragrance with a Fung Shui vibe. I think it is partially successful. The bamboo and mint notes are done sort of okay, but the notes are a bit muddled and massed in the 90's tradition – these potentially clean and clear notes come through a bit creamy and/or soapy. There should be distinct identification of each of the notes and more separation between them. The mint should be a clear ethereal mint ringing its vibration through the rest of the green as the mint in Derby is presented. Natural bamboo has a delicate clear green aroma that would work much better than a creamy version of it. I believe Hei portends to be minimalistic, but its creamy massed accords seem to be simply trying to complete with all the other massed notes fragrances from all the other 90s releases. I don't think Hei can compete with other scents on their terms. It should have gone another route—clear, precise, delicate bamboo, mint, and wood notes with a subtle background of lavender, jasmine, and amber / musk. It would have been smashing.
     by Black Night
  • Date Added: 20/10/2012
    Good. unique smell; this has en element that no other fragrance has (maybe the spearmint and bamboo). This could be considered "fresh" or "aquatic", yet is a bit classier, and nowhere near as obnoxious as the popular ones. This is easy to wear because it is not offensive, could be worn by a man of any age (maybe even a woman?), it is good year-round, and it can be found really cheap. I think this has a really good longevity; just subtle.
     by Sir Jay
  • Total User Opinions: 4

















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