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Wolfgang is 56, married and father of a 15-year-old daughter. He lives with his family at the edge of a 5.000 souls village in a 50 years old single family house which he had modernized step by step. During the week he does his safe job in the public service, on weekends he likes to go to cultural events (even in the city a little further away) or goes hiking with his family in the countryside. Wolfgang is not a friend of big changes. He has been driving Opel for 30 years, always buying his shirts from Olympus and has always worn Azzaro pour Homme every day. On his 52nd birthday, his wife wanted to give him the Eau de Toilette as a present, as she does every year. But when she asked for it in the perfumery with the big M where she always bought it, the saleswoman said: "There's something new now. It's not unlike Azzaro pour Homme, but it's more modern." Wolfgang's wife was sceptical, but then had the perfume sprayed onto a test strip. What she smelled was actually modern, sweet and yet masculine. A bit like a freshly baked apple pie with a lot of cinnamon, but still you could see the original Azzaro pour Homme behind it in light nuances. Since she still had some errands to do, Wolfgang's wife suggested to take the test strip with her to observe the development of the fragrance. Again and again she smelled at the paper strip and she liked how the scent developed. More and more he resembled the original. When she had finished her work, she returned to the perfumery and bought a bottle of Azzaro pour Homme intense. Since then Wolfgang uses two fragrances. Azzaro pour Homme Edt as a companion to his grey jacket or his olive green hiking jacket and Azzaro pour Homme Intense accompanied by his black blazer or his 20 year old wool coat.