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I feel this definitely suited for men aswell ,the sharp vetiver ,the rose arising from the shadows ,the herby aromatic aroma ! Jicky is so far removed from today's generic tank of aroma-chemicals, Jicky smells true.There is a somewhat metallic dry citrus smell at the start on me too! Herbs and wildflowers picked out of the soil during a sunlit stroll through fields and orchards, and carried home, bundled gently in the rolled up front of a linen shirt.It opens in an almost headache inducing way, much too loud and brash. I haven’t touch upon the olfactory pyramid here, because really, this scent is art. It's just on the border of being unisex as well, which is appealing. I'm rating the EDT, and I would love to get my hands on some more concentrated stuff and give a further opinion, but as it stands now 8/10.

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I daresay I even prefer Covet for lavender and greens. And yet, Jicky remains so distinctively Guerlain, and distinctively French.

The finish is more like a light Oriental vanilla than an Oriental fougere. I can smell the rosemary and the lavender but the leather is more like tobacco note on my skin. Then you go around the store ..whatever...then awhile later you smell your wrist...say..."UGH" In Jicky's case..was reverse of what I just wrote.... Jicky is the scent of a gentleman's gent, refined, cultivated, well mannered. I ended up on the Jicky path after reading that Sean Connery was rocking this back in the 60's and 70's.

There’s something deliciously cool about this – I could just imagine spritzing this in the heat of summer, after a refreshing dip in the pool or a nice cool shower. Let's be honest, no, it doesn't smell like that, I think people exaggerate when they're up against a fragrance that their nose can't comprehend. The opening of Jicky was exactly like Shalimar, but after 20-30 minutes it strays far off into its unique lavender. I won't be shelling out big bucks for a vintage bottle.

I asked my husband to have a sniff of this, and he said that it makes him think of Morocco, because of the spices. My first review was for the EDT, this one is for the reformulated Jicky, but the EDP. It's what I would call a "fresh dissonance", something very much there on purpose. This is one of the most versatile fragrances I have ever come across (I have the Eau de Parfum), and I should mention I am a male. Now I don't sense any more than 15% similarity after wearing for an hour. This is surprisingly timeless, yet distinctively a Guerlain vintage.

I can see that Mon Guerlain was inspired by this, but of course that's more contemporary (=sweet) with it's emphasized vanilla. I think Jicky suits all ages and genders, it's a timeless scent indeed. Honestly I was underwhelmed sampling this fragrance. Then it becomes dreamy, foggy, with the gentle sweetness of vanilla. He said it smelled like a musty old man with halitosis. Make no mistake, these are quality ingredients used here, specially the sandalwood.