Lord George Perfume appears to embody the noblest values of the aristocracy: merit, admiration, devotion, and faithfulness. His fragrance reflects his character; apparently conventional, yet with concealed secrets. The flesh is weak”
This description of his personality within this Portrait series seems like it ought to be more complicated and much more of an engaging aroma, particularly with the name of”Tragedy”, implying there ought to be a melancholic atmosphere. But no. This lacks personality. With such a small quantity of notes, the odor is flat and dull.
Smells like malt liquor using a vanilla flavor, rather than a brandy, over a foundation of floral soap. Finally that is a shaving soap odor, very much from a national setting.
I understand what you are thinking. Why would I care for a guy’s perfume? I happen to wear the two women’s and men’s fragrances and revel in unisex frags, particularly scents which are over the sum of the components and also have the capacity to develop your creativity and set a mood, a character, a setting. Fragrances can do this much for you, over just make you smell good.
I really like the jar together with all the deer stopper. Like this painting, that has been duplicated several times and used as a marketing for items like soap, this perfume may be used many times during the year since it’s only a casual and quite bland type of odor for a guy who may not care for perfume.
I usually find something that I enjoy about a odor but this time around I’d small that happy me. I like the jar and the signature of vanilla through the tonka bean, however, this isn’t the brandy boozy odor I was looking for. The floral is the odor chemical ambroxan which turns up in almost all of the men’s colognes.
This isn’t a bad-smelling odor. It is only ordinary. Normally I do not care for anything but if they’re describing it as a Lord George cologne, it might need to smell more elegant.
This is the reason why I wish it’d leather in expensive leather onto his horse saddle or the inside of his trainer, and much more fragrant green or thicker woodsy aromas to smell like being alone in the woods. If they’d left it a chypre it would provoke the lonely soul of Lord George because he sneaked to the deep forests to consider nature and the character of man.
And where’s the catastrophe? Can this Lord George which has been married to Lady Blanche who took revenge on him based on the odor, he went bankrupt? Oh well.
I wish the notes may actually match up with a narrative. For me personally, this is an easy ambroxan with vanilla and a dab of timber, no-nonsense and sterile, very sterile. This perfume is virtually a variant on Coty Stetson but without being powdery.
The odor can be described as clean and that is the best compliment I could give it. This is a fresh odor as on skin but better. Smells good following a bathtub and worn with a suit and tie, conservative and also a fragrance that reveals its public face rather than it is personal more enthusiastic side.
Here is the male equivalent to The Revenge of Lady Blanche that’s also Blanche’s public character and her mask, that’s the hypocritical and bogus side of her compared to her true character. Lord George’s perfume is for evening wear clean vibrant shirts, cravats, waistcoats, pocket watches, hats, and walking canes, high hats, and Prime Minister Parliament kind of conservative apparel, the gentleman façade.
It is more of the 18th-century men’s style type of odor. Regrettably, the perfume never shows the hidden and dark side of the personality that I am imagining is a sensuous and facet. These days a few of those guys of the aristocracy were exactly what we’d call bisexual now but their gay relations they kept concealed from the general public and their own families and spouses.
Not awful but not so exciting. If you prefer soapy vanilla aromas for men in the vein of Coty Stetson or Pinaud Clubman along with the smell of aftershave that is for you.
Lord George Perfume Notes :
- Brandy , woodsy notes , Tonka beans , Amber.