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Guy Laroche Drakkar Noir Eau de Toilette Spray is rated out of 5 by 8.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Escoteric from Outrageous I cannot believe the price esscentual is doing this for. This is one class act of a frag. Absolutely brilliant. Hailed as one the most iconic fragrances in the 80/90s. They don't come better than this. The beauty is with this is that not many people wear it so its unique. Every young person now smells like a young woman, with floral, lemony limey overtons. Go on be a man and wear something that states your one. Even today this fragrance just attracts positive comments, from the ladies.
Date published: 2015-06-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by ShafRazor from A long lost blast of the 80's! As a child of the 80's, I remember growing up around this smell so it's a classic as far as I'm concerned. It's very potent stuff (as were many of its contemporaries of the era) so use sparingly as it can be very overpowering - 2 sprays max for me! On first spray the top notes are sharp, citrusy, slightly synthetic and quite disconcerting. But given some time (after at least 30 minutes on my skin), Drakkar Noir starts rewarding you with the most soothingly, mellow, slightly woody and leathery dry down which just seems to last for ages and only get better with time. One to wear on cold days/evenings - the colder the better in fact!
Date published: 2014-02-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by ruum from Brings back memories... As a young person growing up in the UK, I remember this fragrance quite well. It was one of the power houses of the 80s and you were just "cool" if you wore it! I caught up with it a little bit later than that and enjoyed the simplicity of the 'soap-clean' vibe that this scent gives out. Nice, in offensive scent (don't apply too much!), that lasts and yet smells shower-fresh right from the first spritz.
Date published: 2013-06-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by TheWolf from Something Of The Sea This old chap has been kicking around since 1982 and in my humble estimation still stands up to close scrutiny. Guy Laroche's Drakkar Noir may not have the chicest packaging or bottle but the contents have certainly stood the test of time and seem not (as least to my hairy nose) to have been messed about with too much. The qualities which have always endeared it to me are the warm sensuous Oakmoss heart note (not a little unlike Ralph Lauren's classic Polo) wrapped up in spicy citrus (linalool, limonene, citral) outer-garments; a tad exotic but not overwhelming. The drydown has something of the sea about it.; ozone, seaweed, rock pools and sun-warmed skin. It lasts for ages and at such a reasonable price outclasses a good many current ubiquitously bland "masculines" by a country mile and a half. Splendid stuff!
Date published: 2013-05-25