Originally Posted by Katana
I like it too, but then I like a lot of "dated" stuff, but then again, I am sort of "dated" myself so it stands to reason. I've never understood that to be honest that a scent can be "dated' if it's good to people in 1906 it's good in 1950 and good in 2013 but that's just my opinion
That wasn't a criticism, I like a lot of 'dated' scents too (eg. Habit Rouge, Guerlain Vetiver, Floris 89, Hammam Bouquet, Mouchoir de Monsieur) but fashions change, same for fragrances as for clothes and hairstyles. I'm still waiting for the hat renaissance myself (I'm not talking about beanies & baseball caps). But with beards back in fashion for the first time since the 1970s, anything is possible! And umbrella sales are falling.
On topic: Wearing Racquets again today. Great stuff. The strong vetiver note in conjunction with the citrus reminds me very much of MPG Racine.