How do you rate the morning rain? There is nothing more beautiful than pouring morning rain. Have never felt anything more beautiful than to wake up to a cloudy dark Sunday day and the sound of rain hitting the wooden roof. That is when you are away and miss home the most. And He Wood Cologne has it all.
The fashion house of Dsquared, headed by identical twins Dean and Dan Caten, released a new flanker of He Wood
that shares the same D.N.A. with a different twist, this time in a cologne concentration. The disruptive He Wood Cologne breaks the rules reinventing the traditional citrus and floral eau de cologne by adding modern woody and watery elements to it, which evoke nature, strength, and vigorous virility through its simplicity.
He Wood Cologne opens up with a blast of citrus-balsamic-spicy notes, the bright Mediterranean lemon and mandarin are detectable. This zesty opening soon yields the place to the spicy ginger blended with white fir. The fir that the original opened with is still here, but the citrus is on an equal footing, and both are kept in a way softer volume than the original. He Wood resemblance is unmistakable, I can't help but confirm it.
It won't be a quarter-hour late that the aquatic aspect arises, bringing the fresh accents of violet leaves and blossom to an utmost moment of brilliance. The watery accord is fabulous, like no other aquatic scents, ain't no marine, pungent, salty, or seaweed notes here, rather a fresh, pure, and refreshing smell of rain's drops in a pinewood.
The dry down has profound notes of smoky vetiver and cedarwood sitting at the base, rounding out this woody, citrus juice, and that aroma is reinforced with animal musk and a tad of amber, fairly to sweeten the blend.
I loved He Wood
since the very first moment I saw its wooden bottle and smelt the juice inside, and I happen to love Cologne, either. Longevity and sillage are moderate, and this Cologne is subtle for office, day, and evening wear. I recommend it for transition seasons, springtime and autumn time are proper for making it shine.
If you've walked away when seeing a new He Wood on the department store counter, stop and give this a try on a strip. You might be surprised, too.