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Nasomatto Black Afgano

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All sales are final, we are a perfume sampling company - letting you try perfume…

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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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Nasomatto Black Afgano is a smoky, syrupy, rough and very strong fragrance.  It is interesting like all of the Nasomattos.  This has become harder to find and has very limited production.

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  • Jaytee The Great - 13th Dec 2015

    5
    King of The Jungle

    I smelled the Black Afgano cologne for the first time while working a security assignment on South Beach at an upscale clothing boutique. When the guy walked by me, the smell took over the room. On his way out of the door I stopped him and asked him what it was that he was wearing. He told me. I ordered it right then and there from my cell phone. It was pretty expensive from the website that I bought it from. This site is cheaper. But anyway the smell makes you stand out. You have to be bold to wear this cologne. "The king of your own castle". It makes a statement that you are secure enough to wear it where ever and whenever. Who gives a damn what others think? Wolves don't lose sleep over the opinion of sheep.

  • Ash - 24th Oct 2015

    5
    It's definitely big enough

    More than a small amount will take over a room. But it's a pretty delicious oud scent and well worth it for someone willing to be kinda bold about it.

7 Reviews

  • Jaytee The Great - 13th Dec 2015

    5
    King of The Jungle

    I smelled the Black Afgano cologne for the first time while working a security assignment on South Beach at an upscale clothing boutique. When the guy walked by me, the smell took over the room. On his way out of the door I stopped him and asked him what it was that he was wearing. He told me. I ordered it right then and there from my cell phone. It was pretty expensive from the website that I bought it from. This site is cheaper. But anyway the smell makes you stand out. You have to be bold to wear this cologne. "The king of your own castle". It makes a statement that you are secure enough to wear it where ever and whenever. Who gives a damn what others think? Wolves don't lose sleep over the opinion of sheep.

  • Ash - 24th Oct 2015

    5
    It's definitely big enough

    More than a small amount will take over a room. But it's a pretty delicious oud scent and well worth it for someone willing to be kinda bold about it.

  • Emmanuel Boansi - 31st Mar 2015

    5
    Best I've ever had

    I have a tried a variety of colognes but I will say Black Afghano is the best I've ever had. It blends in perfectly with my skin chemistry and lots of compliments with it.

  • Unknown - 27th Dec 2013

    3
    Its okay

    Guys is it my noice or this product is over hiped, i would never use this going to office nor any puplic places. I read other comments and i am dazzled are we talking about same product, i swear what they charge for this product is not even worth 10 of that

  • Unknown - 18th Dec 2013

    5
    Rich

    I am in love with this smell.

  • Unknown - 1st Nov 2013

    5
    OMG - love

    Love, love, love this fragrance. Discovered it from reading a review of another scent on Fragrantica. Sooo glad the name caught my attention. Breathing this scent helps my entire aura.

  • Unknown - 4th Nov 2012

    5
    Daring

    It simultaneously reminds me of Serge Luten's "Chergui" and Thierry Mugler's "A-Men." At first, dark chocolate meets roasted coffee bean. Then, rank and earthy patchouli creeps in with clove. Finally, you pick up on weird herbal notes. All this being said, I would not call this a gourmand, but perhaps an extremely dark, earthy amber oriental.

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