Gentleman's Thought Score

Overall
85
Scent
88
Longevity
82
Giftable
82
Value for money
78

Armani’s inspiration for Acqua Di Gio intensely masculine fragrance to convey the wearer out to the Mediterranean Sea. Deliciously heady it has a symphony of sweet and salty seawater, naturally fresh marine fragrance and unique scent.

The fragrance is aquatic, woody, and nuances of aromatic. A mix of spices and bitter citrus notes gives way to subtle tones of geranium, sage, and rosemary, musky oak assorted with recognizable whiffs of patchouli and incense.

Pros

  • Great smell
  • Incredibly long lasting
  • Not Overpowering
  • Sensual; Sexy
  • Draws Compliments
  • Women love this aquatic adventure
  • Best Value bottle size

Cons

  • Too Expensive