Alliage Pour Homme is more like it. After all, Alliage (1972) came first, proving instructive in the proper alchemical combination of evergreen and lemon notes for use in a chypre. Why not in a fougère? Azzaro Pour Homme (1978) gives Alliage's main theme a fraternal spin, with minor adjustments for the sake of masculine vanity-- vetiver in place of galbanum, a handsome milky cedar-soap drydown. But really, side by side, you'd think Alliage and Azzaro were twins. Wear it to feel clean and hale-- but for real unisex thrills, go with Aromatics Elixir instead.
Scent Elements: Lavender, geranium, anise, petitgrain, vetiver, patchouli, sandalwood, oakmoss, cardamom, basil, lemon, ambergris, musk