Fattan pour Homme

Fattan pour Homme by Rasasi
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7.8 / 10 560 Ratings
Fattan pour Homme is a popular perfume by Rasasi for men. The release year is unknown. The scent is woody-citrusy. The longevity is above-average. The production was apparently discontinued.
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Main accords

Woody
Citrus
Fresh
Green
Earthy
Ratings
Scent
7.8560 Ratings
Longevity
8.0540 Ratings
Sillage
7.6538 Ratings
Bottle
7.0546 Ratings
Value for money
9.1440 Ratings
Submitted by Irini, last update on 25.02.2024.

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Fresh21

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Top Review 72  
Fattan vs. Terre d'Hermès! And the winner is ..
Because Fattan has great similarities with the Terre d'Hermes fragrances EDT and EDP, a comparison test literally forces itself. Because this Arab has a lot to offer. But first my little back story and then the facts:)

Terre d'Hermès EDT is known to be a very popular fragrance, but I could never really warm up to him. in 2016 I had him once, but already after about four weeks followed the extract: I lacked the freshness and found it too musty, greasy, dirty. All the more I noticed two years later the perfume, which seemed to me something fresher and less "musty". But it could convince me just as little. So I also forgot the EDP first ...

Then I came across Fattan by chance at the end of last year and dealt again with this fragrance direction, including the two Hermès candidates. And because Fattan is supposed to be more citrusy I finally dared the blind purchase, because its price is more like a larger bottling;)

No sooner said than done ... and what can I say? The can what! Really good. Drum you may be interested in a comparison with the Hermès fragrances.

Here first the official reviews:

--------------Duft--Sillage-Haltb-Preis-------
TdH-EDT---8.2----7.6----8.2----50€/50ml
TdH-EDP---8.5----8.0----8.6----48€/50ml (from75)
Fattan-------8.3----7.8----8.3----15€/50ml

The following are my personal impressions and ratings, without going too much into the individual fragrance details:

TdH EDT :
It starts with a somewhat artificial citric, which unfortunately quickly becomes a bit annoying for me. And in the next hour, a note increasingly asserts itself, which reminds me in the mix with the top note of the frequently used dull black currant (e.g. in Aventus Dupes), which hardly appeals to me anymore, but is obviously appreciated by many users. Later, it is joined by an earthy woody tone that seems a bit musty and musty, on which the slightly fermented overripe orange dances, but it subsides considerably after about four hours. In short, the whole thing reminds me too much of light peat. Neither is the top note really fresh and present, nor could the depth of the fragrance reach me. Nevertheless, this Hermès at least convinces with a durability of 9-10 hours and a good sillage (applied with two saturated sprays on the neck for all three fragrances). The success of the TDH I could never really understand, but he has in addition to the large fan base yes also a no less large abutment;)

TdH EDP :
The perfume brings from the beginning a fresher Zitrik, which is also more sustainable, more transparent and less "fermented" than the EDT (EDP more grapefruit, EDT more orange). The fragrance seems overall a bit more differentiated, deeper and not quite as "dirty" and peaty as the EDT. Still, peat is peat, even if it's darker in the EDP and seems a bit "cleaner". Its progression: After about an hour, the grapefruit-orange combo takes a bit of a step back and a balanced melange of citrus, light spice, wood and a bit of earth emerges that slowly becomes increasingly a bit rougher. After about 3 hours the sillage decreases noticeably, and after 5 hours it decreases again (to >60% of the start), but with a longevity of 12+ hours the perfume is clearly better than the EDT. And also the sillage is still well perceptible. These are top values and also overall I like the EDP much better than the EDT.

FATTAN :
... is an outrageously good copy of the TdH EDP. However, Fattan starts for about 5 minutes with a violent mix, as if all the notes would pour explosively at once and must first find each other, which is soon thereafter. Then you smell a deep citrus, which fortunately is less reminiscent of a synthetic orange and much more powerful bergamot. As it were, this is underpinned with a soft, dark, slightly acidic wood. Fattan has a lot of power and comes across as masculine, very present and definitely worthy, although the slightly grungy peat sets in as well. From the second hour on, the Arabian has slowly grooved in and it gets better and better, with the citrus gaining a bit more again. After about 4 hours, it's very similar to the TdH EDP and is just a bit more tart on the go. Its masculine citrus dominates, backed by light spice and a full woody earthy darkness. Fattan remains transparent and clear over the hours, and its peat plays down to a harmonious level. Like the EDP, its citrus is also able to hold up well over the course of the scent, unlike the EDT, and after 6-7 hours the scent becomes a bit more acidic and earthy, so I suspect vetiver in it as well, complemented by some oakmoss. However, I wouldn't give Fattan as much green content as the chart currently shows at 15%. It resembles the EDP too much for that. With a shelf life of 10-12 hours, Fattan is also in the top range, although its sillage is at times about 10% stronger than that of the EDP.

Conclusion:

First, my personal reviews:

--------------Duft--Sillage-Haltb-Preis-------
TdH-EDT---6.5----6.5----8.0----50€/50ml
TdH-EDP---7.5----7.2----9.0----48€/50ml (from75)
Fattan-------7,4----7.9----8.5----15€/50ml

Even if I myself grade all three fragrances somewhat weaker, I feel the average rating of the community as quite coherent (see above). Fattan is rated by 55 users with 8.3, which is quite statistically relevant. It seems a bit darker and deeper than the TdH EDP, but is very similar to it - more so than the EDT. This is also currently seen by the community so:

Fattan similarity to the fragrance twins:
TdH EDP [39]
TdH EDT [28]

Although the first five minutes of Fattan may seem a little pungent and give the impression of something synthetic, this is rightly not found in the chart. Fattan is a valuable fragrance, very potent and expressive, with high mark and masculine character, which does not need to hide behind the Hermès representatives. That is shamelessly copied here is quite brazen, but my case is this direction (of all three fragrances) anyway not quite. Who still wants such a fragrance for his collection and is not exactly a Hermès hardcore fan, Fattan is recommended. Because at a third of the price, high similarity to the originals and an excellent H/S, the Arab is unbeatable. Therefore, it is at least for me:

And the winner is ... Fattan !

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Hujo77

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Top Review 13  
TDH is going Green !!!! I Love it !!!
Incredibly what a fragrance!!!

The fragrance smells incredibly similar to the TDH EDP but bring even a stronger vetiver note, which is so perfectly balanced that you can only fall in love with it.
Initially, one is honestly a little slain by his love because it can quite deter the one or the other perfume novice very much, but no later than 5min later unfolds this so loving, gentle at the same time so strong and masculine scent and embraces you so much that you feel like in the 7th heaven.

This fragrance is simply a dream for all TDH or Vetiver fans.
Conclusion: very nice fragrance at an unbeatable price (15 euros), durability and sillage are excellent.

If you can not test the and lovers of such fragrances are blind buy !!!!
Will not regret it.
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Purim

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Very helpful Review 14  
Fraternal twins
Have both the TDH EDT and the Arab half-brother Fattan on the shelf. Whereby: Half-brother actually does not quite fit. It is rather the fraternal twin, which perhaps does not quite carry the fine facial features as his brother - but in itself yet unmistakably the same DNA.

Both mastered to start the game between orange effervescence and the earthy serenity. Where the original perhaps yet looks here and there around a few more corners and exudes the Mediterranean air a little more, the twin builds entirely on citric and soil. Very invigorating and perhaps in one or the other situation not even wrong.

Most definitely not wrong is the staying power of Fattan. Because while TDH gradually descends into the (admittedly unattainable) drydown, still the fresh citrusy chords of the brother sparkle through the woody, green and mossy underground. A true endurance runner he is, the Arab.

He can't hide his close kinship. No, his twin brother is still the master student and he only the docile student. One, however, who has done his homework and knows what to do to please. For offering himself for a fraction, he gets a diligence point.

Conclusion: clear buy recommendation!

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Camey5000

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Very helpful Review 8  
...Hornberger Shooting

In the battle announcement no powder is mentioned .

Let's settle for rose geranium, grapefruit and orange. Also with petchouli and pepper. Maybe we'll find some vetiver or cedar in the aftertaste.

Let's go into battle. Tough at the border. Because the ingredients mentioned are not available. Just mutations.

Let's go. Let's go
Already in the first minutes the air fills a citric green turmoil. A light orange is thrown into the field, supported by rich grapefruit and a pinch of bitter almond, already captured in filibushy times.

Rosengeranie and Patchouli are added to the first negotiation and a strong pepper strongly supports the demands.

Soon we take a look at a small field of herbs, but in the further course the patchouli has to give way and we encounter a trace of rhubarb and green apple.

Now we use the pepper more strongly until it almost makes you want to eat it; use some sauerkraut, creep through low rhubarb and vetiver, hide in the light sandal and cover ourselves with a light veil of tender vanilla and very, very tender cinnamon...

...and are getting flatter.

We can stay 6 to 8 hours, hoping that Terre des Hommes can help us to clear up the matter; but both are probably from the same vial.

I give up with an invisible leaf of white rose.

So it was with the Hornberger shooting.
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Chrisniburg

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Earthy grapefruit with extreme durability
I tested Terre D'Hermes a few years ago and wasn't exactly thrilled. As a mid-twenties he was too senior for me (do you understand what I mean by that?!). I felt not "mature" enough for the fragrance.

Today, about 10 years later, I came across a really cheap alternative through this fragrance to test my nose once again. Lo and behold, I am now "mature." :-)

And "ripe" segues well to what my senses perceive. Irritated by the green liquid, something orange shines towards me, the grapefruit. Wonderfully fruity and fresh. - Where has the old man scent gone! Oh yes, I've gotten older. - This scent remains ever present throughout the 9 hour run time. In addition, something earthy, something persistent joins that together with the fruity like a scarf nestles around you.

After about 6 hours, something settles the presence. Nevertheless, one notices him immediately again, if one is in motion or the fragrance molecules "move".

I am very excited about this fragrance and that's not to mention the price-performance ratio.

All in all, I am now ready for Terre D'Hermes.

Give it a try, you can't go wrong.
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MihaiuMihaiu 5 years ago
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close to Terre d'Hermès EDP. hard to put on the bottle cap because is asymmetric :)
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BertolucciKBertolucciK 2 years ago
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7.5
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Fresh, citric, green. Bergamot and vetiver. Peppery, earthy and woody. Patchouli and cedar. Slightly synthetic. Inspired by Terre d'Hermès.
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JustinSlayerJustinSlayer 6 years ago
Great Terre D'Hermes clone. lasts for almost 18 hours on my skin. I am impressed because i have a scent-eating skin & i live in hot Africa.
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Topfpflanze3Topfpflanze3 3 years ago
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It smells almost identical to Terre d‘ Hermes - maybe even better. Just incredible what you get for the money
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VinScentVinScent 2 years ago
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Excellent clone of Terre D'Hermès minus the orange. Perfect for my taste. Works wonders in spring and on rainy days. Very good performance.
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