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Although it is a much smoother incense than other perfumes, I would have liked the fragrance to find another combination or other proportion for the final notes.

I think the predominance of the incense note in the final stage reduces its versatility.

But somehow I got the 2nd bottle, and my relationship with XXV seems to stay there for a while.It projects for the first 4-5 hours then tones down just a tad bit but 8 hours later you will smell this thing on yourself. It’s just so well made that I can’t express how happy I am to own a bottle. Amouage is known for strong colognes And Jubilation is probably the easiest to appreciate. I can't say anything more than has already been said. If there is something like that in the fragrance world, there you have it: This is THE KING of all perfumes for men EVER made period. It's so unique and original that no one has ever dare to imitate the opulence of His Majesty. We got some tickets to a pool party event at the Hard Rock so we decided to go. Like the losers we are, we got to the pool party pretty early but it had a decent amount of people there to serve.However, this bartender kept on coming back to us and talking to us even when we were good with our drinks.Very hard to wear so don’t put this thing on just any t shirt and think you will dazzle ladies.. Once you tried it, life changes and there's no way back. Sweet, but not bubble-gum sweet like Le Male, very rich and very high quality is basically the sum up of Amouage Jubilation.What I can say is it might take time for you to appreciat. The first time I really wore this fragrance was on a weekend with my pals in Las Vegas. The DJ was so loud that I had to pull her into me (but that was always the intention ;) ), she took a good sniff of Jubilation (which I always spray behind the ears), and she immediately complimented me on it.He shared the 2002 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for discoveries which contributed to the understanding of how genes control cell division and cell death in organisms.

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