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Ungaro pour L'Homme Emanuel Ungaro for men

Ungaro pour L'Homme Emanuel Ungaro for men
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Ungaro pour L'Homme by Emanuel Ungaro is a Oriental Fougere fragrance for men. Ungaro pour L'Homme was launched in 1991. The nose behind this fragrance is Francois Demachy. Top notes are lavender, green notes, petitgrain, bergamot and lemon; middle notes are carnation, clary sage, jasmine, rose and geranium; base notes are tonka bean, amber, musk and oakmoss.

Perfume rating: 4.32 out of 5 with 72 votes.

Perfume Pyramid

Top Notes
Lavender Green Notes Petitgrain Bergamot Lemon

Middle Notes
Carnation Clary Sage Jasmine Rose Geranium

Base Notes
Tonka Bean Amber Musk Oakmoss

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Ungaro pour L'Homme Fragrance Reviews


First of all, these aren't the real notes but don't worry, I have them :

Top notes: Lavender, Pine, Bergamot
Heart: Patchouli, Wormwood, Precious Wood, Jasmine, Geranium
Base: Sandalwood, Tonka, Honey, Amber

So, I don't wanna take your time reading this by breaking it into notes, but I want to tell you that this juice is the wine of underworld demons. If you want to feel how that party is going on down there, say no more, hunt a bottle and give it a deep sniff. The colour of the bottle now is spreading in your room and it makes you want more and more of that smell...that lusty smell.

Secondly, when are you going to wear it? At night, chilly outside, all alone and in time you will feel that Sucubus won't be late for your date because she can't wait to smell it!

In the end, you really need patience to hunt a REAL price as I did, 50ml with 50 EUR0 at an auction, that's a REAL DEAL. Trust me, in the end, you will have a big smile on your face with your horns straighten up.



Perfect masculen and immortal scent. Opening intensive spices and awesome ending. Perfect longevity. Worth it.. But It should be noted not for summer or hot weathers.. Winter-Autmn Scent.

Scent: 8,5/10
Longevity: 10/10
Sillage: 8,5/10

Vegas Pauli
Vegas Pauli

I wore this when it came out and I loved how sweet and woody it was. Now I see the sweetness came from the carnation and jasmine, so unusual for a men's fragrance. Dressy and formal, too rich to wear all the time. So different and so unique, its a shame it can no longer be found. I'm thinking I will never see another bottle of this but I will remain hopeful. Classic in every sense of the word...if anyone sees this anywhere I can't recommend it strongly enough that you grab it, you won't be sorry


I get sad every time I wear this enchanting juice. I have yet to find a cologne I like better. The bottle I have won't last forever, but I'm not about to spend $350 for a replacement. I purchased a 2.5oz back in 2000 and put it in the outside pocket of a leather book bag that I dropped at the airport. The full bottle broke and saturated the leather. To this day, when the bag gets warm in my car, it still smells of Ungaro. I wish I had purchased a dozen bottles. I would have had I known they'd stop making it. Ungaro needs to reissue this magic.


i have all three Ungaro Versions in their original Made in France formulas...Ungaro I is undisputedly the best (one of my top 5 most favorite masculine fragrances) while Ungaro III is the second best..Ungaro II is not the one i really like but Ungaro II (only available in original formula) is like a high quality version of Guerlain Jicky..if you like Guerlain Jicky but think it 's not quality stuff anymore, get Ungaro II


El perfume mas exquisito que tuve, durable mas de 12 hs, hasta muchas veces despues de un baño, bien varonil, fogoso, seductor con un aroma y combinacion de fragancia inigualable..., al pasar por algun lugar Ungaro Pour L Homme dejaba la estela de olor. Se podia usar en cualquier epoca del año, pero especialmente a mi gusto en las noches de verano. Es una verdadera lastima que no se siga fabricando, hoy en dia seria una de las fragancias mas exitosas..!! Calificacion General 10/10.

Lana Lool
Lana Lool

I was lucky enough to find some vintage samples of this. The opening and the heart is really almost exactly the same as vintage YSL Jazz to me. This might have a tad more amber and honey in it, but the wormwood, geranium, and other herbals and florals make this a spitting image of Jazz. I am not going to say one is a copy of the other, but they smell very similar, and if you like one, you will probably like the other. I already have 2 bottles of vintage Jazz, so I probably will not go seeking a full bottle of this. This is wonderfully earthy, dirty, while somehow still maintaining a somewhat civilized walk. Not an easy balance, and one I appreciate. If you like these old school herbals, then I would search this out. It is definitely one of the better ones.


I've seen a different list of notes on this one (which seems right to me):

Lavender, Pine, Bergamont, Patchouli, Wormwood, Jasmine, Precious Wood, Geranium, Sandalwood, Tonka, Honey, Amber.

When I first sampled this scent, I was very sensitive to lavender notes, and the wormwood hardly registered at all. After wearing Smalto (1998) the other day, I decided to wear this one so that I could compare the wormwood/absinthe type notes they share. In Smalto, there is strong (I call it shrill) lavender up front that overshadows everything else, though it doesn't last long. With Ungaro I, there is a lavender/wormwood accord, where both are quite strong and last considerably longer than Smalto's shrill lavender (along with some supporting "fresh" aroma chemicals, which don't last long either). However, after a short while they are on similar paths, the major difference being that the Smalto feels thicker/denser, which makes it more of a winter scent. What I found is that a couple of sprays of Smalto is not enough, so I'm comparing one or two sprays of the Ungaro to several sprays of the Smalto.

I don't see any reason to compare this to Jazz (I have both vintage and second formulation Jazz), as others have done, but instead I suggest the 1998 Smalto for a drydown that isn't miles away from this one. Then again, if you don't smell the strong wormwood note, Ungaro I may smell like quite a few other scents, I suppose.


I got it, I got it, I got it!!! :)))
I could finally purchase this rarity from eBay relatively cheap, and I'm so happy now!

The bottle is very elegant and extraordinary, simple and a bit robust, manly. The color is elegant, even a slightly buorgeoise: very deep but transparent red combined with gold (the cup is green and black).
The creator is Francois Demachy.

The first sniff: old memories came in a rush. I'm not familiar with notes and components but this is something very extraordinary - DEEP (for me it's floral-spicy-woody).
Not an everyday, comforting, all-purpose safe scent at all. This is something you use to create an aura, and not to wear a "scent". It's not a character who wants to be friendly and assimilate, but one who stands on his own. It is serious, nothing funny or easy here (but not melancholic like Pour L'homme III).

May I say that Ungaro Pour L'homme is artistic. To be honest, I can only imagine an artist using this fragrance for his own pleasure. Niche and not mainstream, that's why it was a failure as a commercial release.
I would suggest Puig (who took over Parfums Ungaro) to release the old Ungaro fragrances (Ungaro Femme, Senso, Pour L'homme I and II) as exclusive editions like Givenchy did with his vintage fragrances.

Ps. I would suggest K1 to try this challenging creation ;)


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