Independent Fragrance Rater & Reviews


CHAPS MUSK


by Ralph Lauren


The opening blast with citrus and lavender is very nice, whilst the drydown has more of a floral character. A delicious anise is in the background, and on my skin it lasts throughout and even becomes a bit stronger over time. The counterbalance is a crisp sharp patchouli later combined with a good musk tone that is never too harsh but maintains a nice edge. There is a wood note in the base that blends in well. A bit crisper that the original, this is a great scent for spring on cooler days. Good silage and very good projection, with a splendid longevity of nine hours on me.

 

 

The opening blast with citrus and lavender is very nice, whilst the drydown has more of a floral character. A delicious anise is in the background, and on my skin it lasts throughout and even becomes a bit stronger over time. The counterbalance is a crisp sharp patchouli later combined with a good musk tone that is never too harsh but maintains a nice edge. There is a wood note in the base that blends in well. A bit crisper that the original, this is a great scent for spring on cooler days. Good silage and very good projection, with a splendid longevity of nine hours on me.

 

 

 

 

  1. Heart Notes
  2. Base notes