With notes such as Lemon, Bergamot, Aromatic Mediterranean Notes, Guaiac Wood and Tonka Bean, Armani created the men’s perfume that was a best seller in 2006.
Armani Code Cologne by Giorgio Armani is fresh and warm at the same time, sexy and very masculine, yet sophisticated and classy. It almost seems like a list of everything you’d want in a man! Lemon and Bergamot go so well with the wood and spices that they merge together and it becomes very hard to tell the apart. The staying power is amazing: it won’t go anywhere until you take a shower with a decent amount of shower gel.
The downfall of this perfume is that it tends to oxidize a lot in certain skins. Oily skin is more prone to oxidize perfumes but it happens on dry skin as well. This means that the perfume is reacting with the person’s skin and will end up smelling very different so try before you buy to make sure it smells good on you.
I’d recommend this perfume to men from their mid twenties to their fifties if it doesn’t oxidize with their skin to it’s a pretty universal fragrance.