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Truefitt & Hill Trafalgar Cologne
(100ml)

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    Trafalgar owes its name to one of the most celebrated naval engagements in European history - the battle of Trafalgar.

    • This famous maritime confrontation took place off Cape Trafalgar, on the southern coast of Spain, on 21st October 1805, the very year in which William Francis Truefitt established his business.
    • Trafalgar reveals its distinguished heritage with top notes of Cedar and Sandalwood complimented by subtle base notes of Jasmine, Spice musk and Vetiver.
    • Spray on and enjoy.

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    By TheGirlwithBlueHat

    Light & Captivating!

    ou start with an unusual combination of lemon and nutmeg, a very light high-pitched soapy citrus over sharp, non-sweet woody spices. I'm sure it's one of many men's scents with this combination, but one of very few that I can smell the two simultaneously...a miracle of un-blending which I like a lot. As the lemon fades, some sweetness comes to the woody spices, yielding something like Santos, or Curzon, containing notes that normally fall into a heavy "winter" category, but are executed rather lightly. There's just a trace of anise, but I don't mind it because the nutmeg is so dominant. To some extent, this is the type of scent I wanted to find in some of the older Trumpers (Astor, Eucris, Curzon, Marlborough), but many didn't quite fit the bill or were too weak. It has just a trace of the distinct floral (carnation?) in Marlborough, but I mostly only notice this if I "revive" the mid notes by breathing warm air over the test spot. Trafalgar is also slight smoky, but avoids the over-th

    Posted on 3/9/2017

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