Cologne Masters

Acqua Di Gio by Giorgio Armani (1996) Review

About Acqua Di Gio Most likely, the top selling cologne of all-time, Acqua Di Gio is the most popular cologne today by an enormous margin. While writing this biography, I was curious on how popular this cologne actually is, so I took to Google...

Versace Man Eau Fraiche (2006) Review

About Versace Man Eau Fraiche Oliver Cresp created the one of the latest Versace colognes to rock the world of fragrance. Receiving much of his education regarding perfume in New York, Oliver headed back to his hometown of France. He currently...

Chrome by Azzaro (1996) Review

About Chrome by Azzaro (1996) Our Chrome Azzaro review begins back in 1996 by the French-Italian perfumer Loris Azzaro. He was most famous for creating lines of women’s and men’s clothing along with a wide range of fragrances...

Legend by Montblanc (2011) Review

About Legend by Montblanc Designed by Oliver Pescheux, this cologne was created to be clean, fresh, and sensual. The men who wear Legend according to Montblanc.com, was designed for a man with an “independent spirit that defies...

Paco Rabanne – 1 Million (2008) Review

About 1 Million Launched in 2008, 1 Million was created by Michel Girard, Olivier Pescheux, and Christophe Raynaud. The house of Paco Rabanne colognes is famous for creating fragrances with many notes blended together to create scents that men...

The Best Colognes So Far in 2015

The year of 2015 has seen plenty of exciting stories when it comes to what happened. Tom Brady, arguably one of the best quarterbacks ever to play the game was involved in the “deflategate” scandal after winning the Super Bowl earlier in...

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