* Royal Vintage begins with a peppery citrus that is slightly sweet.

* It goes on refreshing, like a cologne, but with more depth. It feels light and full at the same time.

* The citrus lasts awhile before burning off into smokey leather, spiced with peppery vetiver.

* This phase lasts a long time – more than eight hours.

* The leather continues into the base, where it is softened with a subtle vanilla and sweet patchouli.

Summary:  Royal Vintage has the feel of a classic masculine fragrance like Chanel Antaeus or Creed Bois Du Portugal – strong and substantial, but not overbearing or stodgy.  It would be an amazing gift for father’s day or for a man in your life who is a high-ranking executive or in a powerful position.  It makes a statement but is not in your face – which makes it a good office fragrance.   The longevity is exceptional, more than 12 hours and will be around until it is showered off. It also feels very expensive, classy, and luxurious.   I strongly recommend skin testing this one as it wears quite differently on friends of mine who tested it with me.

M Micallef fragrances are available through Lucky Scent and Osswald.

Disclaimer:  Sample provided by publicist for review.  Image courtesy of Lucky Scent .

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3 Responses to M Micallef Royal Vintage Fragrance Review

  1. Jordan River says:

    You got me at peppery vetiver.

  2. Victoria says:

    It’s good stuff. You should give it to your sugar daddy ;)

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