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Cologne Classics That Will Live Forever

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[Note from Mantic59: This post comes from Marko, a civil engineering student who loves design, fashion, all in all, things with style. His personal favourite are men’s cologne so he made a website, best mens cologne.]
When it comes to fashion and style men aren’t so interested, but there are some things that they will gladly use. One of them is a cologne. Cologne is the final touch in men’s fashion, it can make some man feel better and encourage him to do things he wouldn’t normally do. So, cologne are big part of men’s life and we are here to introduce one of the best men’s cologne that are on the market for many years.

Aqua Fahrenheit

Aqua Fahrenheit was launched in 1988 by famous men’s designer Christian Dior. From that year, Aqua Fahrenheit was a hit and everybody loves it. The best thing about this cologne is that it brings so much memories to many people, due to the unique and great fragrance. It consists of bergamot, honeysuckle, hawthorn, sandalwood, nutmeg, violet, cedar, patchouli and tonka bean and herbs from different places, which makes it so unique. When you smell a man with Aqua Fahrenheit you can almost feel the manliness around him. It reminds of past times when men were gentlemen with class.

Acqua di Gio

One of the most influential fragrance in the world is definitely Acqua di Gio. It was launched by Giorgio Armani in 1996. You can’t ignore this cologne, either you love it or hate it. It has tangerine, freesia, cumin, rosemary, lavender, jasmine, sandalwood and some other fragrances. When you frist spray it on your wrist you’ll feel some sharp Calabrian bergamot in unusual combination with tangerine. After a while, this fragrance will weaken and you will sense something new which is even better, and that is rosemary and jasmine, with some marine influence. It is definitely a cologne that will leave you and people around you breathless with perfect combination of all ingredients in one extremely simple frosted bottle.

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6 thoughts on “Cologne Classics That Will Live Forever”

  1. While these are good colognes listed here (ADG a bit overrated imo), they aren’t really what you would think of when talking about classic men’s fragrances. Some classics that come to mind for me are Old Spice, Polo Green, Pour Monsieur de Chanel, Eau Savage Vintage and Acqua Di Parma Colonia. Oldies but goodies for sure.

  2. Aqua Fahrenheit by Christian Dior was released in 2011. These aren’t really the old “classics” I was thinking, but Acqua Di Gio is one of my favorites.

  3. Sounds weird to me to read about classic colognes then the article lists 2, one from 2011 and one from 1996… I was hoping for something older, something CLASSIC. Thumbs down for this article 🙁

  4. @Max Wow. Thanks for the fragrance timeline info. It was so much more helpful than Mantic’s shave videos. The precise date of release for whatever fragrance that you’re whining about has made a huge difference in my life.
    LOL – Just kidding – you’re a nobody. A faceless sheep – at least Mantic has helped (hundreds) of people. Go away.

  5. Dior Fahrenheit was introduced in 1988 and has to be the cologne referred to in the article. Aqua Fahrenheit wasn’t released until 2011, I think.
    I still like classic Fahrenheit and Classic Lagerfeld as well as Chanel Egoiste. I’m surprised there weren’t more classic timeless fragrances listed. And like Max, a bit surprised the information on one of the two listed is incorrect.

  6. I love Mantic and his shaving videos. I learned so much from them. But there is constantly wrong information about fragrances on this site. From Pure Havane to not being available to Aqua Fahrenheit having been launched in 1988, it just takes a little bit of research and time to convey accurate info to people.

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