Improved upon the legend, but is it enough?
by Matt on May 22, 2017
They took the legendary ADG and added some subtle spice and longevity, which is a certain improvement. I can't give it a five for a few reasons: 1. Not different enough to warrant a purchase if you already own ADG (and who doesn't at this point). 2. Armani prices like a premium designer (see: Chanel, Dior) without the consistent quality and innovation of those other brands. 3. Some generic equivalents give you a nearly identical, arguably better, and longer lasting fragrance for around 20 bucks.
by Jordan on May 18, 2017
This is AMAZING!
Can't beat it
by Doug on Mar 31, 2017
This is my go to summer cologne. It's one of the more expensive unfortunately, but the smell can't be beat.
by Max on Feb 24, 2017
Smells like the scent of the conditioner you would find in the hotel room shower of a 4-5 star hotel. Decent, but nothing spectacular. Very mature and fresh.
More mature version of AdG
by Ruebennase on Feb 20, 2017
The original version is definitely noticeable in here. The overall effect is a little more mature, due to a nice combination with incense and patchouli. While the original AdG can also be worn by teenagers, I would recommend this for age 25+, or maybe even 30+. Good projection (on the stronger side, I would actually prefer a little less). Excellent longevity.
by Tristan on Feb 16, 2017
Smelled like the original just a bit stronger. Nothing new or special.
by Rick on Feb 15, 2017
Doesn't smell anything like the original Acqua Di Gio but that's ok. It smells good but there is a weird smell I can't get past otherwise I would like it even more.
Fresh, spicy and masculine
by Jeff on Jan 10, 2017
AdG Profumo is fresh with a touch of spice, and is a versatile masculine scent. It does great in the summer heat, and I imagine the spiciness would make it appropriate for winter too.
I applied 2 sprays on the chest, and it lasted about 7-8 hours.
by David on Jan 6, 2017
Very pleased about being able to get quality samples at a great price!
Such an amazing smell. Great Samples. Can't wait till I have the money for a big bottle.
by Adrian on Oct 13, 2016
Only ADG Essenza is better in the Armani line.
Better than Acqua Di Gio
by Colin on Sep 21, 2016
Acqua Di Gio Profumo is beter than the original Acqua Di Gio. Profumo seems like a heavier more potent formulation that lasts longer on my skin.
by Doug on Aug 9, 2016
Has a nice fragrance.
by Mikheil on Jun 24, 2016
This smells like essenza but darker, more formal, elegant. There's a note in here I don't like. Its different enough to own but I prefer essenza. Performance was great. Thumbs up for that. Can't go wrong with ADG
by Randy on Jun 9, 2016
I like the longevity on this one better than the original. I'm not a fan of incense, but this one is unique. Would work well for a summer evening out.
by Derek on May 29, 2016
Wow. This is way better then the original. Deeper and more sexy. This stuff stays on clothes forever. Had to wash my shirt 3 times. Accidentally got a sprits on the arm rest of my car and it's still their. Even after a week. The base bots are definitely more prominent in this fragrance. If you like the original I think you will like this better
Deeper, more masculine than ADG original
by Preston on Apr 24, 2016
Very nice fragrance. I tried this one before ADG original and prefer this version due to the deeper base notes. Starts very similar to ADG (fresh, subtle fruity scent) but dulls down into a deep mixture of patchouli/incense which is very pleasant.
I found ADG to stay fresh/oceanic and as it progressed I felt is started smelling a little soapy (like the Suave Ocean Breeze shampoo). Never got the deeper, woodsy notes like I did with the Parfum.
by Doe on Feb 24, 2016
I love wearing this cologne. I almost always receive compliments while wearing this fragrance.
I think I found what I was looking for
by Sean on Nov 21, 2015
I've been looking for a citrusy-fresh year-round fragrance. I decided to try this, because I like ADG. This is perfect.