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I get the birch and leather notes, but they come and go.The black pepper is also faint, but there in the background.Originality: 4 out of 5 – It’s very original as far I’ve tested.Projection (Sillage): 3 out of 5 – moderate; Only people in your immediate vicinity can smell your scent unless you’re in a particular breezy area!This ALMOST smells like it could be a niche perfume.....because I can see how this wouldn't appeal to everyone.So, I can definitely smell the cardamon and coriander...has got a lot of Indian spices in it, the artemisia is definitely there in the top note.
I still enjoy this stuff to this day and will probably always remain in my collection.It’s funny, but Declaration really smells like armpit&body odor.The opening is surprisingly good with the blast of bitter orange and cumin.Declaration by Cartier is a Woody Floral Musk fragrance for men. The nose behind this fragrance is Jean-Claude Ellena. its just very natural and unique spicy that is down to earth. back in the days when I was just starting this fragrance journey, this was my signature scent.Top notes are artemisia, caraway, coriander, birch, mandarin orange, bergamot, neroli and bitter orange; middle notes are iris, ginger, cinnamon, pepper, juniper, orris root, jasmine and guatemalan cardamom; base notes are leather, amber, tea, tahitian vetiver, oakmoss and cedar. Great blend of fresh spices with a nice woody backbone that gives a intriguing, sexy vibe.
Overall Rating: 3 out of 5 – Good – The positives outweigh the negatives, but there are still better fragrances out there.