Armaf Club De Nuit Intense 105Ml Edt Spray (M)

Armaf Club De Nuit Intense (M)

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Club De Nuit Intense By Armaf Launched in 2015 (Mens Fragrance). Top Notes - Lemon, Pineapple, Black Currant, Bergamot and Apple. Middle Notes - Birch, Jasmine and Rose. Base Notes - Musk, Ambergris, Patchouli and Vanilla.

Customer Reviews

Based on 34 reviews
Reza Sadeghi

Armaf Club De Nuit Intense (M)

Mohamed Ismael Daher

Armaf Club De Nuit Intense (M)

Fahad Siddiqui
Worth the hype!

Great fragrance at a great price. I don't think I'll be spending $500 on Creed. Longevity is better than any of my top end fragrances, sillage and projection are strong just how I personally prefer. First day of use and I already got 4-5 compliments, all from ladies! Very classy fragrance my new favorite. Fragrance canada delivered in a day , very satisfied with your service . Best prices for authentic fragrances

Armaf Club De Nuit Intense (ACDNI), what can I say...

Well, I heard all the hype of it being a clone of Creed Aventus. However, forgive my candor, but I had never titillated my olfactory senses with the latter, nor do I think I could ever fit it into my budget. I just thought that I would get an inkling of what the Creed would be like and if it would be worth the exorbitant price. After my Armaf experience, regarding the embracing of Aventus, I would issue an unequivocal no! Still exalting Creed, I did muse on whether or not the ACDNI batch I purchased (albeit for about half price) was spurious. In any event, unless I sample the Creed at a niche fragrance counter, I will never be able to exact an objective comparison of the two frags.

Like some reviewers, I detected the overwhelming Lemon Pledge sort of opening. Frankly, there was even a reminder of turpentine. As for the other notes, aside from the lemon, pineapple and bergamot in the head, the black currant and apple were not as pronounced. The birch, in the heart, may have appeared, but the jasmine and rose were somehow lost in the mix. Regarding the base notes, the patchouli may have been evident, but I am incredulous about the musk, ambergris and vanilla. The dry down was more pleasing and diffuse, and I was comforted by a facsimile of a beet soup aroma from my childhood.

As with most EDT presentations, I didn’t find the scent--with five, generous spraying, pulls of the trigger--a behemoth in the departments of longevity, projection and sillage. Therein, I believe I got a couple of hours out of that application and am confident it sculpted a satisfactory scent bubble.

The box, bottle, and other accoutrements were all sassy.

The overall smell was probably unlike anything I’ve employed in recent memory. ACDNI could be considered a complex citrusy-peppery frag, apropos more for evening wear and less calescent weather, any time of the year.

Brian Langelier

Armaf Club De Nuit Intense (M)