Some houses (or brands) suffer a huge prejudice from the public. In the case of Antonio Banderas fragrances, the Brazilian audience – although latino – usually do that. And I really don't understand why.
Usually, the fragrances are nice, project and last in a safe way, from median to good (depends on the skin, obviously) and cost a lot less than many others, which do not have satisfactory results.
In the case of this cologne, it is delightful! The aroma, the projection and the duration are very good and combines perfectly with the warm days of our country. In the beginning, the scent opens with vetiver and ginger, notes that make it refreshing and dry at the same time. Furthermore, the fragrance has amber, musk and pepper.
I've used 2 bottles of it and always received many compliments with it. For me, a true synonym for the word freshness and also an excellent cost x benefit.