Aramis Aramis Devin - Opinios Reviews

Aramis Devin cologne for Men by Aramis

User Opinions and Reviews
  • Date Added: 29/12/2014
    Aramis Devin is a daring highly attractive fragrance made for the alpha male. It works perfectly for evening wear especially for romantic occasions. My favorite masculine of the classics a highly appreciate and will always keep in my collection.
     by Martin
  • Date Added: 26/10/2012
    Vintage Devin opens with a blast of semi-soapy aldehydes that comes off a bit harsh on skin, combined with a somewhat synthetic carnation and a ton of patchouli. The scent then adds pine in its heart notes with maybe just a hint of cinnamon. The patchouli only strengthens further in the base notes, while joined by a leather and musk tandem to smooth things out. Projection and longevity are excellent. I really hate using terms like "dated" and the like to describe scents, not to mention I don't like them associated with my personal favorites from others. That said, in the case of Devin, I really kept thinking to myself over and over again while wearing it that the scent just seemed out of place in present day times. I kind of like it, but I doubt I will crack open my vintage bottle more than once a year, if that. The dry-down is the best part of the scent for me, but getting there is too much of a chore as the top and heart notes don't really interest me much. For those that like old fashioned scents, Devin may be right up your alley but in my mind it does not rise to the level of a classic like many others do from its time period. What Devin *is*, is an above average scent that earns 3 out of 5 stars and an indifferent "neutral" opinion. One of the weaker Aramis releases, IMO.
     by FreddyMix
  • Date Added: 26/10/2012
    Devin opens with a strong blast of galbanum, which pushes the citrus top notes to the side. VERY green opening. If you don't enjoy green fragrances, this one won't change your mind. The jasmine note emerges very quickly and dominates the mid notes, creating a green floral accord that reminds me of a pleasant stroll through the historic district in Charleston, South Carolina on a spring morning. As the mid notes continue to develop, carnation and pine are noticeable and I detect a hint of cinnamon. The drydown smells like "green leather" to my nose, with a touch of patchouli and oak moss. Devin has moderate longevity on my skin, 5 - 6 hours. Devin is not a sillage monster, yet I do receive compliments when I wear it. Devin is my kind of fragrance: green, complex, evocative. Similar to a $100 bill.
     by PowerJ
  • Date Added: 26/10/2012
    Copy Johannes' review from below and turn it into a thumbs up. One of the very best harsh mold-chypres ever!
     by alienJ







Voting Results

Fragrance Quality
7
Bottle Design
5.3
Overall Satisfaction
6.5

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