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All sales are final, we are a perfume sampling company - letting you try perfume before you invest in a bottle. Unfortunately, we cannot refund any product that you do not like. If you are new to perfume or wanting to break out of wearing the same scent, try our starter sampler packs so that you can find the perfume that works for you.

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Knize Ten is a long-term classic, launched in the 1920s.  Created by Vincent Roubert, it is an extreme masculine with notes of bergamot, orange, petitgrain, rosemary, lemon, geranium, cedarwood, rose, orris, carnation, cinnamon, sandalwood, leather, musk, moss, amber, castoreum, and vanilla

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  • Teresa - 1st May 2020

    5
    Not Tabac Blonde

    I had to try this when I read it was similar to vintage Tabac Blonde. It sort of is...On me, it goes on ashtray smokey, with soft vintage civet leather notes and golden aspects of cedar, but it didn't strike me as being remotely the same.
    About an hour after I wrote that top bit, I decided it DID smell like Tabac Blonde, so I put on vintage TB on the other hand and while they are very close, TB is far superior. That being said, KT is still lovely. Warm, slightly spiced woody smooth leather, both of them, with tarry vintage aspects. KT is the less refined, gaucher cousin. Both are lovely, but Knize Ten is easier to find than vintage Tabac Blonde (and it MUST be the vintage. The update is nothing like the original.)

  • Tessture - 23rd Apr 2020

    4
    Classic vintage scent

    It's definitely strong leather, with clear civet and soft cedar that reminds me of peanut butter (a common effect of cedar on my skin.) If you like vintage style leathers, this is a must try. I would call this truly unisex; I definitely get no florals, so it's not feminine, and also detect no strong citrus/woods, so it's not markedly masculine. Glad I tried it, but it's a bit too vintage for me. My sister, who's signature scent is vintage Tabac Blonde, could totally pull this off, even though they aren't remotely alike. They are somehow kindred spirits nonetheless.

4 Reviews

  • Teresa - 1st May 2020

    5
    Not Tabac Blonde

    I had to try this when I read it was similar to vintage Tabac Blonde. It sort of is...On me, it goes on ashtray smokey, with soft vintage civet leather notes and golden aspects of cedar, but it didn't strike me as being remotely the same. About an hour after I wrote that top bit, I decided it DID smell like Tabac Blonde, so I put on vintage TB on the other hand and while they are very close, TB is far superior. That being said, KT is still lovely. Warm, slightly spiced woody smooth leather, both of them, with tarry vintage aspects. KT is the less refined, gaucher cousin. Both are lovely, but Knize Ten is easier to find than vintage Tabac Blonde (and it MUST be the vintage. The update is nothing like the original.)

  • Tessture - 23rd Apr 2020

    4
    Classic vintage scent

    It's definitely strong leather, with clear civet and soft cedar that reminds me of peanut butter (a common effect of cedar on my skin.) If you like vintage style leathers, this is a must try. I would call this truly unisex; I definitely get no florals, so it's not feminine, and also detect no strong citrus/woods, so it's not markedly masculine. Glad I tried it, but it's a bit too vintage for me. My sister, who's signature scent is vintage Tabac Blonde, could totally pull this off, even though they aren't remotely alike. They are somehow kindred spirits nonetheless.

  • Gary Fredrick - 21st Oct 2016

    5
    #1 Leather

    Or at least in the top 3

  • Unknown - 24th Jan 2015

    1
    didn't like

    naaaa didn't work for me

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