Myrsol Don Carlos 1972

#6
I think this could be worth a punt @Sezer1974 ?
I don't know mate, the important thing for me is; I am not very keen on flowery fragrances, so any aftershave with heavy or full on floral/flowery notes can be a waste of money from my point. However with all Myrsol aftershaves that I used, they have good skin care and post shave qualities. On the other hand I have heard that Myrsol Don Miguel has a strong floral/flower note, so I am not sure, I think I will pass this one.
 
#7
I don't know mate, the important thing for me is; I am not very keen on flowery fragrances, so any aftershave with heavy or full on floral/flowery notes can be a waste of money from my point. However with all Myrsol aftershaves that I used, they have good skin care and post shave qualities. On the other hand I have heard that Myrsol Don Miguel has a strong floral/flower note, so I am not sure, I think I will pass this one.
Yes as good as they are, if that's the case this wouldn't be for me either.
 
#9
I don't know mate, the important thing for me is; I am not very keen on flowery fragrances, so any aftershave with heavy or full on floral/flowery notes can be a waste of money from my point. However with all Myrsol aftershaves that I used, they have good skin care and post shave qualities. On the other hand I have heard that Myrsol Don Miguel has a strong floral/flower note, so I am not sure, I think I will pass this one.
I believe Don Miguel is mainly jasmine scented which would certainly be divisive.

If the new Don Carlos is a citrus-flower eg Neroli/orange blossom then I’d be interested...
 
#11
From Spanish forum 'foroafeitado'

Well, I've been sticking my nose in the boats and we're talking about a classic scent with a barber's note, a sea point (like the Myrsol Blue or the Aqua Velva) and many citrus notes, which are not clear (something of bergamot, lemon and orange peel approximately). The colony is more floral and citrus than the after and something more invasive, but cooler.

These are the preliminary notes on the nose, I have not yet been able to prove it to see the properties of the after on the skin or the persistence that has the aroma, I will try to do this week, although knowing Myrsol we already know the quality they have.
Not sure what to make of that but its good they're still releasing new scents.
 
#13
Info is thin on the ground regarding this new Myrsol so thought I'd copy & paste here the opinions of a gent from a French forum who tried it... Excuse the Google translate Engrish.

As I thought according to the first returns, it is very close to the 4711, with however less bergamot, so that we do not feel that touch of bitterness to this fruit.
The predominant smell of lemon immediately reminds the Agua de Lemon of the same brand, but more subtle. The presence of Myrsol Blue is also envisaged, as if a mix of the two had been done, but in a more subtle and refreshing way

A superb Myrsol which should be great during the hot weather to come (if they come a day eh
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Sounds really nice actually.
 
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