For nostalgia only
by Mary on Oct 19, 2018
This was a favorite back in the day but would only be average now. Still it is better than Polo.
Didn't like the smell
by Jordan on Jan 20, 2018
It's to strong. And doesn't last long.
by Zack on Sep 20, 2017
Not great but I like it
by Zachary on Aug 16, 2017
Not my favorite
by James on Aug 4, 2017
If you do not have this in your arsenal you are slacking.Whether you are headed to the opera our for drinks this is a great go to for a true gentleman.Very refined distinct scent.
Stuck in the 80s
by Justin on May 23, 2017
A great smell, but it did not age well. Should've left this one in the 80s. It does have great longevity, its very strong and musky.
by Ando on May 19, 2017
This is a fresh and unoffensive scent but I think it's on the low end of the classy scale. It's a barbershop scent. Clean? Yes. Sexy? No.
by Hope on May 19, 2017
I don't remember who used to wear this, but it had to be someone close because I remember it well and even remember the bottle. I also remember thinking it smelled great. :)
by Andre on May 18, 2017
Classic baby! You can't go wrong with Drakkar. It still sports one of the most distinguished smells in colognes today. Never duplicated
by Zachary on Mar 4, 2017
A strong cologne for older men
Yes, It Can Be Harsh
by KE on Feb 16, 2017
Not the worst fragrance I've ever smelled, but it could easily be overdone. I agree that it can be rather sharp and astringent on the nose. I think the main lesson here is that, if you do wear this, make sure to apply it lightly.
Classic But May Have Run It's Course
by Rick on Feb 15, 2017
I wore this like it was going out of style back in the day. Can't say I would do that now but I still really enjoy the smell.
Heavy metal, headaches, and IROC-Z
by Adrian on Oct 13, 2016
Screams back to 1987
by ALESSANDRO on Jul 24, 2016
a classic old school fragrance great for its time, but very very vintage perfume not recomanded
BIG scent, not for everyone
by lls on Jun 10, 2016
Drakkar Noir was the quintessential Big 80s scent for men. A good friend of mine wore it in college, and it makes me nostalgic whenever I get a whiff of it. I imagine it's been reformulated since then, but I came across a tester a few months ago, and it still retains much of its original character. It is not at all "fresh" or "clean," not at all contemporary, but well worth trying if you want something different, or are interested in the history of scent.
by Alishia on Apr 21, 2016
Thank god my bf stopped wearing this. I find it very obnoxious and old
by Michelle on Dec 6, 2015
I kid you not this smells like a men's deodorant, powdery yet with a hint of freshness. I wouldn't wear this or recommend someone to buy it because it smells too much like deodorant, people may think you've over applied when really it's just a fragrance!
by GRGeep on Nov 9, 2015
This cologne has way too much going on, making it too strong, extreme and edgy for me. It is also dated and too familiar now. I would compare it to Fahrenheit and Polo which are in the same boat.
Best suited for older men
by Sean on Oct 10, 2015
This is epitome of 1980s cologne. It smells very dark and masculine, but can be worn casually in the day.
Not my thing
by Colin on Mar 26, 2015
This strikes me as being very old and an 80s scent. It seems outdated to me.
Drakkar Noir opens with bitter citrus and becomes a spicy leather fragrance with a fresh green woody base.
The longevity is above average and the projection seems average.
by Nazia on Mar 23, 2015
My dad used to wear this, so it holds pleasant memories for me. I suppose if used heavily it could be nausea inducing, but with a light hand (as with many good fragrances!) it can be very classy.
Choose something else
by Sean on Oct 9, 2014
I've been known to open my car window in 17 degree weather so as not to smell this stuff on a passenger. In high school, I would occasionally see guys take this out of their book bags. Unfortunately, they then applied it. It would have been far less painful if they had just beaten me unconscious with the bottle. Everyone has to start somewhere with fragrances, and everyone makes mistakes. This is a starting point for many people. If you're reading this review, then you're not familiar with Drakkar. Trust me, you don't want it. I am not joking when I say that I prefer the smell of insect repellent to this stuff.
I loathe this cologne
by Carrie on May 24, 2014
I hate this cologne. It's like an assault to the senses. It's so strong and it lingers in the air and anytime a man wears it any where near me I just want to vomit. It instantly gives a major headache. I'd normally say a little goes a long way but I am not even sure a little bit isn't an insult to the nose. It's just ridiculously strong. It's obnoxious.
Popular scent of the 80's.
by Jeffrey on Sep 21, 2013
I have a real small tester bottle of this cologne. It's very strong. I never hardly wear this cologne. It was popular in the 80's with the guys that liked going out to clubs,and trying to attract the ladies. This cologne has strong woods and earthy tones to it.
by Heather on Sep 6, 2013
My little brother graduated HS in the early 90's, and this was THE juice of the times! He wore it well too!
Just check out these notes: Top notes are rosemary, artemisia, lavender, basil, lemon verbena, bergamot, and lemon; middle notes are coriander, carnation, cinnamon, juniper, and jasmine; base notes are leather, sandalwood, fir, amber, patchouli, oakmoss, vetiver, and cedar. WOW; complicated, but SOooo smooth, but somehow heavy and spicy also! The citrus is amazing!
Drakkar Noir is just plain and simple - good stuff!!!
An all time favorite
by Anthony on Jul 12, 2013
I remember growing up and this was the hottest scent for high schoolers in the early 90's.