Michael by Michael Kors was released 2001 and demonstrates that standards for concentrations have shifted. This is an EDT but truly behaves like an EDP, outperforming most mainstream selections today. This represents a time when the MK brand was very classy and was all about luxury. Michael is a lost treasure. This is a mildly sweet and ashy tobacco, complimented by fruity notes. There is also that signature note of suede that Mr. Kors used in his original fragrances. It puts you in the mind of D&G The One for Men, launched 7 years after MK's Michael release. They both feature coriander, cardamom, tobacco and an opening note of citrus. A great business-casual or date night fragrance with intense longevity for an Eau de Toilette. An amazing hidden gem, if you can find it. However, if you already own this then keep a firm grip on it.