Santa Maria Novella
Paco Rabanne 1 Million was released in 2008, a woody spicy classic created by Christophe Raynaud, Olivier Pescheux and Michel Girard. Notes of mandarin, grapefruit, mint, cinnamon, rose, spices, leather, amber, woods, patchouli.
There is a pretty polarizing split in the fragrance community on this. Love it or hate it, you probably won't be indifferent. This is one of the best-selling men's fragrances out there.
From Basenotes - "Is this an everyday fragrance for any occasion, absolutely not. However, nobody can honestly get a whiff of this and say wow that stinks. This frag deffenitely has its time and place. If your goal when putting on a fragrance is to get compliments and have women turned on then this will 100% do the job, women love this frag. I guarantee a compliment everytime you wear it, it is what it is just facts to the haters of this frag. There is a reason its one of the top sold frags in the world."
From Basenotes - "On my skin One Million is something akin to cinnamon, candy, cheap leather, and even cheaper amber. It really does smell like some sort of over-seasoned, overcooked bubblegum that preteens stick under desks or on school bus seats. So much going on that I have a difficult time picking out individual notes."