Very sophisticated and perhaps, unfortunately, a fragrance that would not be appreciated by today's young man in casual wear who wears lighter stuff to go through their day.
There's artemisia, basil, coriander, and some light florals of which the geranium is most noticeable.But overall, the opening is spicy with caraway and pepper and that fresh citrus, providing the top notes with a good powerful prelude to the rest of the cologne's music.The fragrance was nothing innovative to me when I first wore.Polo is like a man who has been living in the woods and mountains his whole life, and knows no other smell but that of pine.The pine note in particular stands out and matches up with that patchouli.The rest of it is not as floral as it is green and woodsy with cedar wood, patchouli, leather and musk, tobacco leaves, and vetiver.With 2,000-3,000 new items added daily, its a book sale that never ends.The titles are current, but the prices are a fraction of retail.99/lb -.99/lb.
A CEO executive who likes to go camping when on vacation.
There is also a jasmine and carnation which far from smelling feminine, even with a note of rose, is like spiced up flowers that have a sweet air.
Location: 2160 Riverside Pkwy, Suite 134/135, Lawrenceville, GA 30043 (In the River Exchange Shopping Center with Kroger and Goodwill).It has a powerful executive aroma, a mélange of tobacco leaves/smoke from a pipe, along with musk, woods and patchouli, classic green vetiver and leather, at a base that supports citrus, artemisia, spices and a manly carnation.This is the heart of the fragrance.This is a very well crafted scent from start to finish and by far the best of any of the Ralph Lauren fragrances for men other than my other favorite Safari which is equally as outdoorsy but hotter and more aggressive than this soothing scent.Polo Green, a batch of 350 raffle tickets here we have one of the most gorgeous man chypres of all time.When you wear it you're transported into the Catskills in the spring time, or the woods and hills of West Virginia and the Poconos in Pennsylvania.As a classic, it evokes classic males from Old Hollywood like Clark Gable, Cary Grant, James Stewart, Fred Astaire or even the likes of Jeff Chandler.