In drydown the bitter orange comes up and pushes that oldish rose smell aside a little bit and makes it more interesting [email protected] your review is excellent, I hardly have much more to add; I have gotten this cologne for a couple years and I can't believe I haven't written anything about it, since I got most of the declaration flankers.This ALMOST smells like it could be a niche perfume.....because I can see how this wouldn't appeal to everyone.So, I can definitely smell the cardamon and coriander...has got a lot of Indian spices in it, the artemisia is definitely there in the top note.Longevity: 3 out of 5 – moderate; 5~6 hours Versatility: 4 out of 5 – This scent is very versatile; it works well for day/night, spring/summer/autumn and multiple non-formal/formal occasions. Compliment Frequency: 2 out of 5 – I have never received a compliment when wearing this scent.I reckon it work for both men and woman of ages above 30. Packaging (Bottling): 4 out of 5 – Much thought seems to have gone into the packaging; it’s attractive and highly functional.Online shops offers: Fragrance 8 items for 1.94 - 59.79 USDFragrance UK 2 items for 2.25 - 9.30 GBPGalaxy Perfume 6 items for 2.29 - 54.36 GBPFragrance 2 items for 2.95 - 12.19 uk 6 items for 30.81 - 67.80 GBPPerfume Click 4 items for 34.00 - 60.65 GBPEscentual 3 items for 36.00 - 50.40 GBPThe Perfume Shop 3 items for 40.00 - 81.00 2 items for 47.50 - 54.50 GBPLiberty London 1 product for 56.00 GBPSaks Fifth Avenue - UK 1 product for 90.74 GBPView products...Declaration by Cartier is a Woody Floral Musk fragrance for men. The nose behind this fragrance is Jean-Claude Ellena.
The notes i this fragrance give off a "sweaty vibe" but it's not really an off putting sweaty, it's more of a refined sweaty.....It’s funny, but Declaration really smells like armpit&body odor.The opening is surprisingly good with the blast of bitter orange and cumin.I get the birch and leather notes, but they come and go.The black pepper is also faint, but there in the background.