Kokorico Cologne by Jean Paul Gaultier

Kokorico Cologne

Kokorico by Jean Paul Gaultier Cologne. Revel in the exotic blend of notes that make Kokorico for men a unique fragrance. Created by the design house of Jean Paul Gaultier in 2011, this composition meshes manly notes of Virginia cedar and patchouli with fig leaf, cacao and veviiter, producing a mix that you can wear with anything in your wardrobe. It is the perfect companion for any occasion, whether you're dressing for success at the office or dressing up for an intimate late supper for two.

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Written on:
April 02, 2015
Not for me
Pros:
Cool bottle
Cons:
Too green
Best Uses:
Never
The following review is very personally opinion based and negative, as I purchased this cologne "scent un-smelled". While this scent is from Jean Paul Gaultier, it is not a guarantee you will enjoy this fragrance if you enjoy the assorted "le" lines that are offered. For me this is too green, too woody, and reminded me of another "green" cologne from my younger years, Aspen. I do not like the scent of Kokorico on a sample card or myself. I tried it for a day and found myself bothered by it whenever noticed the scent. I did sense some dark notes that were attractive and alluring, however in the end, the overwhelming green led me to give the bottle away. If you are the type of person who prefers light, clean, or citrus scents exclusively, I would advise you avoid this unless you have sampled it prior and enjoy it. As a baseline, other scents I've reviewed and enjoy include Le Male, Diesel Fuel for Life, Echo by Davidoff, and Arrogant by English Laundry.
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