Aramis Havana was launched in 1994, created by Nathalie Feisthauer and Xavier Renard and has developed a cult following. It has notes of Mandarin orange, basil, artemisia, caraway, tobacco, cinnamon, fir, carnation, patchouli, oakmoss, vetiver and sandalwood.
Fragrantica - "This is a multifaceted wonder. Constantly shifting from soap, cinnamon, carnation, mandarin, tobacco, pine and sandalwood to a subtly fecal sun-warmed hay."
Fragrantica - "Opening is generic, similar many 1990s men's fragrances like to Hugo by Hugo Boss, Escape etc. then it very quickly settles into a soapier, 80s masculine and floral zone carrying a slight Kouros note (lavender/artemisia vibe). Once that's wound down onto your skin all of that goes away in comes the stronger boozy woody and tobacco tones that are warmer and richer. There's something still soapy in this that keeps it clean and not cloying.
Fragrantica - "When i smell this, I picture sitting outside in the Pacific Northwest smelling fir trees and other greenery on a rainy day mixed with a dry tobacco. It does have a very very faint sweetness from the cinnamon that balances out the dryness."
Fragrantica - "This one is GORGEOUS! And I think every fraghead should have, at least one Aramis in their collection. Havana is perfect balance of orange, tobacco, piney fir, and oakmoss."