the leather, tobacco, and bergamot is most detectable in colder temperatures. Never met a woman that didn't love this fragrance on their guy.i hate whining about reformulations because sh*t happens. Got a 20ml bottle last year and currently writing this review after I used the last "puffs" out of it.powdery doctor pepper but not in a good way synthetic not sweet.A nice, pleasing, versatile fragrance with noticeable leather note.After a couple of minutes of strong leather, the smells switches to a combination of aroma and floral aspects but keeping that overall aspect of leather. It's a bit more serious perfume that aims to a more mature type of people.Personally, I have used Armani code only when I was attending business meetings, conferences or I was wearing a suit.
Best in winter, the colder air allows Armani Code to radiate all it's glory...
Oh wow, leather, tobacco and tonka bean would step up.
Seductive, provocative and sexy warm masculine scent with crispy lemon zest and a bit of sweetness.
I do not find the scent so playful or mysterious, it is for those who are serious and they want to be taken seriously.
A pretty static smell that does not really brings me any wild ideas in my head while wearing it.