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A collective of reknowned perfumers who believe in a groundbreaking fragrance philosophy: l’Eau Contemporaine. The contemporary eau defies the expectations of a typical perfume with its unprecedently fresh, redefined take on luxury; one in which the sensorial pleasure of fragrance is reigned in with few, sheer, high-grade ingredients to be reapplied liberally like a second skin.<br><br>Thirdman is a niche cologne line that updates traditional eau de cologne for the 21st century. The line concentrates on highlighting simplicity and freshness, with a modern, versatile feel. Eau Profonde features a compelling, confident blend of energizing orange citrus, lime, and neroli against a background of silky ambergris and dry woods.
Thirdman is a fragrance line dedicated to featuring the brilliance of the Eau de Cologne style of scent – minimalist compositions where fresh, light citrus and spices are the focus. Historically, Eau de Cologne is a splash-style, lemon and orange, zesty citrus refresher, applied liberally and often. Thirdman has taken this citrusy profile and expanded it to include a host of aromatic notes, spices,…
I like this one, but not sure I would get again. It's decent and safe. Not overpowering, which I like, but also not much about it that stands out to me. The citrus notes I think are the most obvious, and I do enjoy them. This one seems great for casual use. It's the one I go to when I want to smell pleasant, but don't want something as strong as Eros by Versace.
I like the notes of this perfume individually, but I wasn't feeling them all together. On me, it was a little soapy and reminded me of a generic men's cologne. Gave it to a friend and it smells much nicer on her, the neroli really comes through
It is a very classic scent, without being classically old. Just enough spice so you can wear day into evening. Many compliments. Not overpowering. I wish it would last through the afternoon, but by 2pm, everything needs a little refresh. Highly recommend!
When I first got this, I spray it on my wrists and didn't really like it. I must have gotten it on my hoodie later on because I kept smelling it days afterwards. Once the scent calms down, it smells SO good. I kept thinking I smell my grandma, if this wasn't her perfume, it was close. (So take that with a grain of salt - you could think this smells like out ladies.) But I think it smells simple and heavenly.
Not crazy about it. Funnily enough everyone around me seems to love it, but me. I don't hate it, but definitely would not linger if I stumbled across it at a store. I think the spices are a bit incompatible with the citrus. The one great thing it that it does smell really "clean".
This scent is as advertised--spicy and woodsy. I was hoping the ambergris would add a salty warmth to this scent, and while the ambergris is noticeable, it really isn't the warm outdoorsy scent I was hoping for. I found it over all to sharp for my taste, a bit chemically, and more mature than I would like (I am 25).
I can see this scent working well for someone older, and it does seem very suited to both men and women, as advertised.
It's not quite what I hoped for. Spices always eat up the scenery when it comes to my body chemistry and perfume so any more delicate notes got lost on my skin. Sounded promising but it's a bit too mature smelling on me (i.e. it smells like my mother in a bad way)
This has a nice bright shot of citrus right off the bat, which sadly doesn't last long on me. But that's me, citrus just doesn't stay. It warms and spices as it dries down and is very pleasant. I get a burst of woodsy-fresh once in awhile from the sillage, which is interesting. I like this one a lot.