Coriolan today. Speaking of Anteaus, I sprayed some Aramis on my arm the other day in a store and when it dried down it struck me that Aramis, Antaeus and Bel Ami all end up in pretty much the same place. It seems to me that Bel Ami gets there the quickest and has the most evidence of the dry down in the opening, while Anteaus and Aramis take a lot longer to get then and take different routes. Anteaus hits me with a lot of bees wax and honey in the opening, while Aramis is all leather and oak moss and sweat. I know I like Bel Ami least of these three but I'm not sure which of the other two I like most.
are all the fragrances authentic on Amazon? i'm looking at Creed and they have great prices, but learned my lesson on ebay that great prices usually mean bad news.
I got a fake Green Irish Tweed from an Amazon storefront which I promptly returned. Interestingly enough, the juice in the fake bottle smelled really good and lasted a while. For an additional $20 I bought the real stuff from Fragrancenet. Also got good Creed products from ScentedMonkey. BTW, Costco carries several Creeds at good prices. They're 100% legit.