Online shops offers: Fragrance 2 items for 28.59 - 40.94 USDFragrance UK 2 items for 30.20 - 43.24 1 product for 32.75 GBPThe Perfume Shop 2 items for 34.99 - 39.99 GBPPerfume Click 3 items for 38.20 - 55.65 GBPFragrance 2 items for 39.59 - 56.69 USDEscentual 2 items for 39.95 - 42.00 2 items for 47.00 - 63.00 GBPView products... Top notes are aldehydes, artemisia, coriander, clary sage and bergamot; middle notes are carnation, patchouli, cinnamon, orris root, jasmine, vetiver and geranium; base notes are honey, leather, tonka bean, amber, musk, civet, oakmoss and vanilla. Getting older and my tastes and wandering into the more exotic. wore this in the 90's constantly, women and men loved it and with azzaro pour homme they were my two main fragrances. ": only a handful of perfume brands have been bold enough to make similar statements (Chanel Antaeus 1981, Mugler Angel 1992, Alien 2005 & A*men 1994, Paco Rabanne Invictus 2013 & Olympea 2015, Versace Éros 2012 and to a lesser extent Creed Aventus 2010 - depending on your take of Napoléon...) and fewer still have delivered on this promise.

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For the love of God, Kouros needs to be worn with some serious discretion.

This is supposed to recreate a second skin on you that others will enjoy when they're near you, not project like crazy.

The scent of drying from a swimming in the ocean and drying off in the sun. I get a scent of muscles if I wear a white button down dress shirt. It mellows into a musky, leathery, honey fragrance. I remember first seeing this advertised in a magazine in the 80's. I was blown away by the unusual, powerful, musky animalistic smell that keeps making you smell your arm.

As far as the smell goes, at first it does have the bathroom smell, however once you get to the dry down this is where this cologne shines. It is not a cologne for everyone, only for the 50 and above crowd. I kept seeing adverts of Kouros and, in the end, I bought a 100ml bottle.

I recently had picked up a Kouros that dated to 2012 just to see what it's all about and it was horrible.

It was this plastic aroma chemical rendition of Kouros and really irritated my sinuses, not because it smelled awful but it was due to the overabundance of chemicals and a healthy dose of Iso E Super that I'm really sensitive to that made it project like crazy. I know how to where this scent properly and receive compliments on the regular.

The carnation flower in Kouros is what gives it the pink urinal cake olfactory illusion, 'not' the civet.

If you over apply this, it smells like turds, but if you apply Kouros with a light hand which should be done anyways, the result is glorious.

For the record, civet is faecal in nature, smells like poo, not piss.

I cannot for the life of me figure out why people keep saying this.

Kouroi in ancient Greek culture were archaic sculptures celebrating young male beauty, they marked the beginning of the ancient Greek's obsession and continued research into the physical beauty of the human body, which culminated with its most perfect expression in the classical period (I will post pictures as soon as I have my PC running). A fragrance bearing this name had to convey this uncompromising masculinity from within.