Perfume is used to provide for human scents, objects, animals and all living spaces. Perfume is a combination of aromatic essential oil extracts, compounds and solvents are extracted from plants or animals or can be created by artificial ways.
Perfume appeared since the late 1800s, when people learned how to synthesize different compounds as smelling odor coumarien and vanilla. This breakthrough helped create scents and fragrances that were previously using only materials of natural origin, it can not be done.
Since then, the manufacturers are constantly introducing fragrances with new scents, from the heady musk to the gentle floral scent, depending on the choice of the manufacturer and Coins of the times. As a result there are some trendy perfumes have become very expensive.
These are the top 10 most expensive perfume for men:
10. Serge Lutens’ Borneo 1834 Cologne for Men
Serge Lutens brand has launched a new oriental wood fragrance named Borneo 1834 in 2005. Borneo 1834 was created by Christopher Sheldrake.
Opening of Borneo 1834 will be mixed warm patchouli and crisp taste dark earth, combined with sweet honey and cocoa. Borneo 1834 sweet as candy-like concentration density, unlike the gentle sweetness of vanilla, it carries little something sexy and attractive. The glut of patchouli reckless gradually as being settled by sweet honey flavor, but still subtle and will make it easy to recognize, create a strong masculine full of charm, and in contrast full with sweetness and charm that cocoa and honey flavors created.
The shape of bottle is designed skyscraper, made of transparent glass and see moss green perfume inside, it combines with black round cap is very simple but also very classy and elegant.
Bring a pungent aroma, tasty but also very sweet and pleasant, Borneo 1834 will be the perfect choice for every occasion to go out in the freezing winter weather and misty, and the flavor shine retention time Borneo 1834 aroma will make you be surprised, and you still will feel very wonderful scents float in the air within 8-10 hours.
Overview: The scent gently but helped exalted and noble masculinity, confident. Suitable for both day and night and especially during cold season as fall and winter, then you need body emits an elegant aromas, delicate but behind it is irresistible charm.
9. Terre de Bois by Miller Harris
Terre de Bois was launched in 2003 with main scents include: amber, patchouli, cotton candy, juniper, galbanum, clary sage, lemon verbena, sage, vetiver and spices.
This fragrance opens with a short-lived blast of tart citrus, but settles on my skin as a composition of clary sage, vetiver and patchouli enriched by dashes of lemon verbena and juniper. What I see is a mainly woodsy herbal accord that finds its balance roughly half an hour after application. Amber – enhanced by galbanum and a cotton candy aroma – glosses over the harsher facets of the main notes, but also masks the most interesting aspect of the scent: the woodsy-earthy vetiver patchouli blend. The final result is a comforting outdoorsy accord – I see a well-tended large park – but this image changes as the fragrance progresses. It becomes less natural and more perfume-y once the amber-cotton candy monster accord dominates the mid-development. The citrus and woodsy notes disappear and I see a classical French-style patchouli, spices and amber perfume. Only towards the end, when the amber-cotton candy monster has lost steam, I am able to detect a remnant of vetiver and spices again. Terre de Bois does have a few nice moments, but it is nothing special. Lasts for more than 6 hours on my skin.
8. L’eau Serge Lutens
For over 20 years, Serge Lutens has launched masterpiece of perfume, but ability to surprise with his new product is still not lost. And it is most evident through L’eau Serge Lutens perfume. He wanted to create a product that can be called “anti-perfume” flavor with notes of freshness and purity rather than by a classic style. This was his answer to perfume industry, where perfume began mass production and excessive use of artificial flavoring. L’eau Serge Lutens was launched in 2009 and Serge Lutens has been hand with Christopher Sheldrake created.
Serge Lutens also said further: “The main point is something I decided not to give in this fragrance”, so in no spice perfume, heady floral notes, sweet wood flavors or animal other. Simply a scent “fresh as a white T-shirt just cleaning” with “an expensive soap in the world”. You may feel a little citrus flavor and aldehyde, as well as some notes steamy aroma and sweet flavor shine another asphyxiation. But he only focused on single trees ginseng flavor notes and a few magnolia petals. Musk and contributes to a feeling of cleanliness like soaps.
L’eau Serge Lutens perfume carrying a slim design with a square base, characterized Japan.
But there is a major change in style of Serge Lutens, but he retains identity and sense of humor in products that he created. So, if you are looking for a pure scent, clean, L’eau Serge Lutens is an ideal choice for you with a simple fragrance, freshness and modernity.
7. Straight to Heaven by Kilian
Straight to Heaven By Kilian its pungent woody heading for men but also women have strong personality love it. Straight to Heaven were introduced in 2007 by Sidonie Lancesseur crafted perfume.
The heat of Caribbean islands have melted with aroma and likely depth of patchouli, and it was spiced with dried fruit flavors and spicy nutmeg. Nature scent of mystery and mystique, aura emanates a very wild but not too coarse or animal smells. Brazilian rosewood and cedar has balanced wilderness of perfumes, while musk and vanilla spread is very soft, sweet, absolutely. You can use this fragrance for any occasion to express difficulty taming their own.
Inspired by rum of warm Caribbean island, this fragrance will lead you to an artificial paradise of pleasure. You will be completely immersed in the wild adventures and fun.
6. Clive Christian 1872
‘1872’ for Men bursts forth with an elegant citrus accord which is both refreshing and exuberant to encounter. Bergamot, grapefruit, lime, and mandarin can all be found dotted with spicy accents of black pepper and nutmeg, the effect of which is sparkling and rejuvenating. Bergamot and lime seem to be at center stage, noticeably more prominent and lending a regal tone to the proceedings. Things veer from the citrusy to the aromatic/herbal as petit grain, lavender, rosemary and clary sage become apparent upon drying down. It is here that clary sage’s green, tea-like scent is bolstered by the inclusion of subtle florals including freesia, cyclamen, jasmine and tagete (marigold). The gentle and slightly sweet florals act as a perfect counterpoint, subduing the richly aromatic citrus, herbs and spices of the opening. Richly green and bitter cistus labdanum and deeply resinous olibanum are accompanied by amber, patchouli, cedar wood and musk, creating a masculine base for the composition to conclude on.
Clive Christian’s utilization of only the best natural ingredients in perfumery is readily apparent when experiencing ‘1872’ for Men. The fragrance is highly dynamic and engaging, with the blending of its ingredients superb. One can notice the time and careful attention the perfumer took when composing its architecture, as each note is elegantly balanced by others so as none stand out as cloying or brash. It certainly fits well within the parameters of a classic masculine chypre, having a citrus-laden opening, a middle centered around cistus labdanum, and a musky base. This provides an interesting contrast between the fresh citrus of the top and the woody-musky base. ‘1872’ for Men’s herbaceous and green characteristics fit well during warmer weather. It is notably invigorating to apply when one is battling remaining fresh despite the stifling humidity and heat of summer. As an “extrait de parfum” grade formulation, longevity, sillage and projection are all excellent. In summary, ‘1872’ for Men is a classic men’s fragrance which feels elevated by its unique and luxurious ingredients as well as by the deft hand of its creator. Any distinguished gentleman or fragrance aficionado would be bereft to miss this quintessential male scent.
5. Clive Christian C perfume
Clive Christian C perfume for men was launched in 2010. This was an original scent for women but perhaps the British company decided they would give men an equal chance of smelling just as fresh. Top notes include: Lemon Amalfi yellow, green. Middle notes include: Jasmine, Rose. Base notes include: Amber, tonka bean, sandalwood. The difference compared to the women’s scent is that the greener smell is stronger than the lemon, jasmine, rose, and amber scents. It is said that it was meant to complement the women’s scent that when a man and a woman wear both scents, the fragrances will develop within 24 hours.
4. Ambre Topkapi
Ambre Topkapi was launched in 2003 with main aroma is spicy woody. It is one of the most expensive cologne for men. Top notes include bergamot, grapefruit, pineapple, melon, cinnamon, cardamom, nutmeg, ginger, basil, caraway, wormwood and lavender, Middle notes include jasmine, lily-of-the-valley and violet, Base notes include oakmoss, patchouli, vetiver, brazilian rosewood, sandalwood, leather, tea, raspberry, amber, vanilla and musk. It is very strong at the beginning but the more it lasts, the more the spices blend into a fresh and woody scent. The master perfumer behind this is Pierre Bourdon and he decided to mix in strong spices like bergamot, cardamom, cinnamon, ginger and nutmeg with grapefruit, pineapple, and lavender. There’s no wonder this fragrance is woody, spicy and fresh!
3. Annick Goutal’s Eau D’Hadrien
In 1981, Annick Goutal brand has launched Eau d’Hadrien perfume heading citrus aroma – aromatic; suitable for both men and women. Eau d’Hadrien was created by the cooperation of two renowned perfumers Annick Goutal and Francis Camail. Annick Goutal has tried to recreate the feeling she felt when reading the novel “Mémoires d’Hadrien” Marguerite Yourcenar writer in fragrance.
Eau d’Hadrien is a combination of fresh lemon with a hint of spicy sour taste of grapefruit, mixed with citron flavor incense cypress pure and powerful. All create a perfect scent and exquisiteness. The first layer of flavor is a combination of lemon citrus flavor passionate and gentle pink sweet scent create that gentle sweet, not the road. A few minutes later, lemon and mild citrus aroma will gradually give way to floral ylang ylang incense aldehyde synthesis and release fragrance. Eau d’Hadrien soothing scent that brings fresh, very simple but fascinating.
Perfume bottle made of transparent glass with design accents such as the trail runs along the body of the bottle. The shiny gold cap is adorned by lovely ribbon bow is tied to the plaque containing the name and brand of perfume bottles.
Eau d’Hadrien is a special gift Annick Goutal wanted to give those customers who love the purity, innocence, but also very charming, charismatic and powerful. Eau d’Hadrien suitable for both men and women, and is great if you use every morning, Eau d’Hadrien will help you start the day with a relaxed mood, refreshing and full of sap.
Overview: The aroma best use of daylight in the summer and sometimes in the spring. suitable for office work as scents do not disturb other people quanh.de easily used for outings and shopping with friends.
2. Caron’s Poivre
Caron Poivre perfume was launched in 1954, it is a group with pungent perfume Orient. This is a unisex fragrance that has been around since the 1950’s. Though there has always been much debate on whether it is more suited for men than women and vise versa. Once again, it is about body chemistry. The fact is it has been around since 1954 and is still selling despite its hefty price tag. Notes for Caron Poivre include: Red pepper, black pepper, clou de girofle (clove), carnation, ylang ylang, jasmine, opoponax, cedar, sandalwood, vetiver, oakmoss, musk. Its scent is explosive and intense as it begins with spicy and peppery notes but then develops to a floral scent.
1. Clive Christian No. 1 Pure Perfume for Men
This is the most expensive bottle of men’s perfume. The opening is lemony bergamot that leads immediately into a jasmine floral blend which smells like: rose, carnation, lilly of the valley, heliotrope, possibly Ylang along with jasmine which has a baroque elegance of florals. Smells quite good, uplifting and slightly sweet. The base is a generic combination sandalwood, patchouli, cedar, tonka, vanilla, possibly some cinnamon although not heavy. There are many notes in here and you sense the dancing around of florals as in a Mozart Sonata. Aside from being made from some of the rarest ingredients that are from different parts of the world, it is packaged in a bottle made from crystal and its neck is made of gold. If that isn’t luxurious enough, then it should be known that there is a five karat diamond included in the gold inset. Originating from the late 1800’s, its stopper is designed just like the original pattern which was granted by her majesty herself, Queen Victoria. No. 1 smells great especially at arms length distance where it projects artful elegance that is a rarity in mens fragrance today. This would be a perfect formal or “black tie” event fragrance. I would recommend it with assurance for any fan of floral perfume.
Top notes: Bergamot, Lime, Tangerine, Cardamom, Nutmeg, Thyme, Pimento, Absinth, Pink Grapefruit
Middle notes: Lily of the Valley, Provence Rose, Jasmine, Ylang-Ylang, Heliotrope, Iris
Base notes: Cedarwood, Sandalwood, Vetiver, Ambergris, Woods, Vanilla, Musk, Tonka Bean