Very helpful Review
How about a Manhattan cocktail for happy hour?
Every day, you show up to work and either accomplish a sufficient amount or look productive enough not to get fired. And when you've either crossed enough tasks off your to-do list or read the entire internet, you deserve to leave the office and get a drink. So how about a Manhattan cocktail for happy hour?
To begin with, Burberry Brit Rhythm Intense opens with a blast of awesome wormwood-absinthe, which reminds me of Vermouth, a fortified Italian wine that has had a distilled spirit like brandy added to it. Imagine you are drinking a Manhattan cocktail for an aperitif, which smells spicy, sweet, and robust, and tastes heavenly.
Like the Vermouth, some herbal notes get more prominent, and I smell cumin, mint, marjoram, and quinine. This robust, aromatic, and earthy introduction is completed by spicy pepper that reveals as soon as the boozy note calms down.
After nearly half an hour, the heart announces as a more masculine and reinforced leather accent compared to Brit Rhythm. There are intense notes of patchouli and sensual amber fused with leather, a more modern mild and soft leather similar to Armani Code, neither dark nor rude. To put it very clearly, it is not the kind of raw leather you can smell in most of Ferrari's fragrances, which I like, of course.
Ultimately, after the boozy and leathery phase, BBRI turns into work and comforting scent, sitting on the skin with lasting undertones of blonde woods and guaiac wood, with the sweet touch of the tonka beans-
Recommended for cool and cold weather, from late fall till early spring, it is safe for office, intense but not overpowering, during the evening, and for your nights out, it is still going strong for the after-party.
Please, be informed that sillage stays around your arms, but longevity is enormous if you smell your shirt or sweater the day after you can feel it, so smokey and sensuous.