As one of his earliest followers since the creation of Le Male, the perfumer Francis Kurkdjian has brought the legendary fragrance to the peak of seduction. More intense, Ultra Male emancipates itself from the original scent. The depth of ultra warm tones, revealed through wonderfully modern accords, expresses a virility with underlying mystery. Because at Gaultier, behind the Brute hides the Raffiné; (spring-summer collection, 1994). Entering the arena, fiery pear spiked with a burst of lemon whets the appetite. Assertive within high altitude black lavender extracted at full readiness, the aromatic facet distills its dark notes. Like the hands of a man who is an expert in satisfying desires. Cinnamon then opens out to spice up the body of the fragrance, stimulated by aphrodisiac clary sage. In the end, black Aztec flower triumphs in a black vanilla accord with animal inflections amplified by an amber base, sculpted within thrilling wood (cedar and patchouli).
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