TF Italian Cypress is a unisex fragrance of cypress, resins, woods, spices, and a hint of mint. Quite strong but high quality. I would love this on a man, especially if he's outdoorsy. Reminds me a lot of SL Fille en Aiguilles in the later drydown; I prefer the Fille for myself.
Hate to be the lone bad review but this just doesn't do anything for me. Smells exactly like chinese herbal shop, a mix of anything and everything. Not that its bad but once you associate a fragrance with something its hard to shift.
Have a range of longterm HGs including, Fleur de The Rose Bulgarie, Cuir de Russie and Marquis de Sade 1740........have to say this Tom Ford Italian Cypress is THE best Classy fragrance like those I have smelled in a lonnnggg time.
It's very expensive, get a sample and if you love it like me, buy a decanter of 250ml as it's hugely better value. £300........five x 50ml bottles will cost you over £600 !! But, it is long lasting (many hours) has great sillage. Agree, it is def a masculine orientated one in my opinion too, Green, Woody, Spicy. If you are a Lady and love it, get it for your other half !
Not since FdeTR or CdeR have I smelled any fragrance I've thought........this is for Movie Stars !!
As close to Coty Chypre as I have smelled. Woods, bergamot, oakmoss, spice, fabulous sillage and beautiful woodsy drydown. The is a unisex fragrance that also comes close to Monsieur Chanel although the TF is much richer and complex. The downside is the price £115 for 50ml. So if you only like and not love this one, get the Chanel. If like me you feel you found chypre heaven, get the TF, a little goes a long way and there are worse things to spend your money on. A well crafted, balanced fragrance with good quality ingredients.
Notes: Citrus, Basil, Mint, Woods, Cypress. Italian Cypress is an unisex fragrance however, I do think it leans more towards the masculine. The opening notes to me are very masculine cologne-like but it quickly changes to light citrus and dry woods. My skin amplifies the ambre/musk basenotes more than anything and I do like Italian Cypress very much. On my DH's skin, it's a minty citrus over dry cypress - just wonderful. Definitely FB worthy.