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After a few days, much to my surprise, I found myself craving that brand new comforting bike tire smell. The difference is that this perfume have a leather accord in addition to tea. Black's cool hat is a tarry, petrochemical note in the top that's impressively interesting and must have been unique when it first came out. I don't know what it was like before reformulations, but this (2016) batch is an instant, weak skin scent once the alcohol has evaporated on me.
And today, I am sitting here doused in cozy vanilla bike tire wonderfulness. Not sure what all the trashing on the performance is about. I would say this is more tame than au the noir, which is more peppery. After about 30 minutes, though, that fades into a friendly but very bland white musk and vanilla scent. I get super smooth, new rubber with a vanilla/marshmallow vibe on my skin. Immediately after application (4-6 spritzes), my girlfriend won't even notice it while cuddling on the couch if I don't mention it.
If you like leather and/or rubber you will like this scent. Riding on massive successes as Aqva, Pour Homme, Blv, and Jasmin noir they can indulge themselves sometimes and not be afraid of experimenting. There's a limited number of houses that can afford to do something like that, and lucky for us, Bvlgari is one of these. Should You Skipped It, Sample It First or Blind Buy It? The rubber note is only noticeable on my skin up close. Way more feminine-scented and lighter than expected. But for me, the shining notes here are the vanilla and the green tea. If you're new to the fragrance community then buy it, if you have 50 plus bottles already you might want to skip this. I have a stock of 20 batches, and it goes easily for 8 to 10 hours with 3 of strong projection and marvelous sillage. Still, this has to be tried by every serious fragrance fan and it's a must in every collection as things like this in Fragworld are rare. My only complain is about performance is so weak, after one or more hour it dissapears, starts like it ll raze everything to the ground and vanishes quickly. Weird that there is no iris note in Black, it would totally match. As a few others have noted, this is easily a daytime fragrance.