most versatile fall/winter scent
by Jarrod on Nov 3, 2016
Great fall/ winter scent, may be a little srtong in a small inside setting, but is absoulutely gorgeous in the cooler weather. Great cinnamon nutmeg spice scent. highly recommend getting your nose on it
Nice but not for me
by RC on Oct 21, 2016
This is pleasant enough but after all the hype I've heard over this scent, I thought I'd like it more than I did. Just like the name says it's very spicy and warm. I tend to like sweeter scents.
So probably won't ever get any more of this one.
Not as spicy after original spray but good scent
by Arel on Oct 17, 2016
It sprays almost smelling like black pepper but lays on the skin with some sweet tones. Average throw and longevity, if it lasted longer this could have been a 5. Unique scent, this will stand out from your average cologne.
by Doug on Sep 14, 2016
This cologne lives up to its name. It has a strong, aromatic fragrance.
by Kevin on Jun 6, 2016
This is an amazingly unique scent. The notes are warm, and spicy, and captivating. It doesn't matter where or when you wear this scent—Spicebomb is so good—that it's sure to make you feel great and get the attention of everyone around you.
I'm actually glad that it's not more expensive than it is, because Spicebomb could probably be up there in the Creed price range—and I would have to pay it—because it's definitely worth it.
by Alishia on May 6, 2016
I bought this for my bf and I wanna wear it! The tobacco and leather are very nice and its not overtly spicy which I was afraid of but the spice doesn't last too long. I didn't like it right off the bat but I held in there and I'm very happy that I did
by Brandon on Apr 10, 2016
Strong vanilla and spice notes,you definitely get the grapefruit too.
It lasts all day; I have nothing negative to say about this scent.
My new favourite
by Steven on Mar 23, 2016
This scent certainly has excellent performance -- both longevity and sillage. The spicy scent (with hints of vanilla) are a pleasent surprise as I catch a whiff throughout the day. Two sprays in the morning, and I can still smell it on me at the end of the day. I look forward to trying the eau de parfum version.
Drydown smells just like Bvlgari Black
by Betsy on Dec 30, 2015
I purchased this based on reviews here and elsewhere. I love spicy scents, and I estimated (correctly) that I'd be able to pull this fragrance off, even though it is marketed for men.
It opens with spicy, even hot (chili) notes. It almost felt as if I'd applied IcyHot muscle rub to my wrists. Both the spicy scent and slightly burning sensation faded after an hour and a half or so.
What remained were slightly floral notes―almost delicate, but also slightly cloying. This, I believe is the same leather or "burning rubber" note which is famously present in Bvlgari Black.
A bit overrated
by Sean on Nov 21, 2015
This isn't terrible, but it's not for me.
Cinnamon & spices
by Jason on Nov 18, 2015
Like the name says this one is very spicy. I get mostly cinnamon out of it. The leather and elemi shows more as it dries down. An excellent scent. Does have some similarities to Paco Rabanne - One Million but this imho is a much more refined scent and toned down just a bit. Definitely a bottle worthy fragrance, sample first though it's a bit on the pricey side for a designer.
by Brian on Nov 13, 2015
This one comes across as sweet and spicy with maybe a slight hint of leather. However, I am really not certain which note makes this one seem sweet to my nose. Overall, this one seems fairly linear, but the performance is definitely solid on my skin. In the end, I'm not entirely sure I enjoy the sweetness aspect. To compare, I also have Aramis Tuscany on, and I much prefer that blend of citrus, spice, and leather that doesn't smell sweet.
by Colin on Mar 19, 2015
The main notes I get from Spicebomb are cinnamon and pink pepper with a dry down of tobacco and leather.
Although it seems to begin as a cinnamon explosion, it dries down to a more mature and complex fragrance.
Spicebomb is probably the ultimate warm spicy scent for the winter months or cold climates. If you like spicy cinnamon, this is the only cologne you'll ever need.
awesome scent, better with time
by judith on Dec 22, 2014
I sprayed this one on my little brother (he is in his 20s) while shopping for mom's Christmas present. It smelled alright but as we walked about bloomingdale's I could not stop commenting on how good it smell on him so he bought a bottle even when he uses Dolce and Gabbanna light blue. It does smell nice, the tobacco and leather do come through making it amazing.
Go To Cologne
by Adam on Dec 22, 2014
I am new to discussing colognes but, I have a fairly large collection. This is probably my favorite cologne (Polo Black -NOT double black- is right there with it). I agee with some of the other reviewers who say it takes a bit to really ease into itself but, as the day progresses, it gets better and better. I work almost exclusively with women ranging from their 20s to their 70s (providing a pretty varied sample size) and have yet to get a negative comment about this one. Females in their 20s especially seem to eat it up (what more could any man ask for?). If I were you, I would spray 20-30 minutes before the start of a date to let it settle. At the risk of sounding crass, this scent will get you laid. You're welcome.
by Paul on Nov 2, 2014
Ive seen alot of possitive reviews on this and how long it lasts on the skin so i got a sample. For the first 30 min or so, it doesnt smell that great but, time goes on it gets better. It does last awhile on my skin. My lady does not like it so its not for everybody but for the few will love it.
by mr.q on May 29, 2014
this is a good fall/winter cologne. smells warm and spicy
by Jonathan on Feb 20, 2014
I did not like this at first. Thank you to mypefumesamples for letting me review it again. Silage is slightly below average, the top note is generic but after that fades... magic cinnamon tobacco leather