Scent Name: JL’Homme
Manufacturer: Yves Saint Laurent
Scent Description and Notes: “Infused with the force of attraction of a man with style and sensuality, this fresh, woody fragrance is effervescent with bright, sparkling notes of bergamot, ginger, and vetiver. This fragrance of contrasts is a unique combination of luxury, art, and modernity for timeless elegance.
Bergamot, Cedar, Ozonic Notes, White Ginger, Basil Flower, White Pepper, Violet Leaves, Cedarwood, Haiti Vetiver, Tonka Bean.
Magnetic. Sensual. Intriguing.”
Perfume Oil Color: Clear.
Bottle Design and Artwork: This is slightly wider than standard 1.5ml sample vial. The vial is a clear plastic with navy writing featuring the name of the brand, the name of the scent, the type of cologne (Eau de Toilette), the quantity, the production location, and a pictographic flammable warning.
- ITV: That’s a nice gentleman’s scent there. It’s alluring in its combination of ozone, vetiver, cedar, ginger, and violet leaves.
- Wet: It’s slightly more floral on my skin as I can pick up the violet leaf in strong abundance, but the foundation of ozone, cedar, and ginger and present. As it starts to settle, the tonka bean begins to sweeten everything just a tad.
- Dry: Dark tonka infuse with bergamot, violet leaves, ginger, and cedar. I might be tempted to wear this out as a scent for myself if I am ever feeling adventurous.