Havana Reserva cologne for Men by Aramis

Havana Reserva cologne for Men by Aramis

8.3 out of 10 based on 3 ratings


Design House
Fragrance Gender Men's Fragrance
Year Introduced 1996
Status Discontinued
Available Types EDT
Perfumer
Bottle Designer Hirst Pacific
Scent Classification Woody Spicy
Fragrance Notes
Description
Reviews

Popularity Total Hits: 23682




Voting Results

Fragrance Quality
8.3
Bottle Design
7.3
Overall Satisfaction
8.3

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Havana Reserva Aramis Perfume Pyramid
hesperidium fruits
jasmine
leather
Opening Top Notes
citrus
aromatic
spice
Heart Center Notes
spice
green
white flowers
woody
Deep Base Notes
woody
green
leather
Fragrance Odor
Sensation
sweet
sensual
woody
warm
citrus
soft
powdery
comforting
balsamic
calming
aromatic
inviting
dry
natural
green
relaxing
warm spicy
exotic
animal wildlife
attractive
Scent Sillage: subtle
subtle50%
soft25%
moderate0%
heavy25%
intense0%
enormous0%
based on 4 users opinions
Scent Longevity: 0-1 hours
0-1 hours50%
1-3 hours25%
3-6 hours0%
6-12 hours0%
12+ hours25%
based on 4 users opinions
Season: summer
spring0%
summer75%
autumn25%
winter0%
any season0%
based on 4 users opinions
Audience: 26-55
12-180%
19-250%
26-5550%
56+0%
any age50%
based on 4 users opinions
Occasion: day
night25%
day75%
sport0%
casual0%
business0%
evening out0%
based on 4 users opinions





 Havana Reserva Aramis - Description

Fragrance Havana Reserva cologne for Men by Aramis was introduced in 1996. Aramis Havana Reserva is classified as Woody Spicy fragrance. Scent notes of Havana Reserva Aramis include top notes of hesperidium fruits, tangerine orange, cilantro, exotic spices, middle notes of jasmine, tobacco, exotic spices, vanilla, cedar wood and base notes of leather, tobacco, sandalwood, woody elements. The bottle is a design by Hirst Pacific.

Havana Reserva cologne for Men by Aramis 8.3 out of 10 based on 3 ratings and 4 user reviews.


 Havana Reserva Aramis - Full Story


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 Havana Reserva Aramis - User Opinions and Reviews

  • Date Added: 31/12/2014
    Having the original Havana i was thrilled to get my hands on a bottle of this special edition. Aramis Havana Reserva has a different aroma from the classic but its still fabulous. I use the original more occasionally and the Reserva edition for special occasions.
     by Samuel
  • Date Added: 27/10/2012
    A spicier and immediately cleaner discontinued version of the original Havana. It's wrong talking about a toned down version of the original, the situation is diverse, Reserva starts speedy with a spicy blast nearly sidesteping the raucous citrus, camphoraceus starting of Havana in order to dive as soon as possible in a sort of very spicy heart and then in a drier base. It tames the harsh initial blast of the original and ends as a musky, incensed Havana with a more prominent presence of spices. The spices turn the scent sharper than the original cause the resins and the woods are less developed and toned down in a way the dry down is perceived as stronger and drier. Still a great one.
     by kimi
  • Date Added: 27/10/2012
    With Reserva I get a more concentrated version of Havana. The notes that end up being most dominant in the opening to me are the spice notes—they come on very strong. This stronger blast of spices pushes the opening a bit over the line for me. Where I found Havana wonderfully aggressive and edgy, Havana Reserva has gone too far. It takes over a half hour for the spices to settle down to an enjoyable level for me, and when it does, what I get is pretty much the same great accords that I got from Havana, except that spices predominate a bit more to my nose. With the spices dominating, I lose some of the woods and animal notes that I enjoyed so much in Havana. No, Havana Reserva is a very good scent and certainly deserves a thumbs up, but I prefer the original Havana.
     by Alonso
  • Total User Opinions: 4

















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