Its heavenly and I find it always stays in my clothes even thru few washings and for me its heaven. The longevity is a solid 6 hours and the sillage isnt huge but its noticeable. The silage isn't great on me, doesn't project as I would like for the price. This is a transitional type of fragrance that starts off Smokey (which I didn't like) with a subtle hint of Black Berry hiding in the background.The Black Berry doesn't start it's diffusive State until after approximately 20 minutes have gone by.If you hate it, if it feels wrong, if you feel dirty or betrayed or like you have to force yourself into something: Maybe poly isn’t for you. There are dozens of reasons why people make themselves try to be okay with poly. In a healthy poly/mono pairing, the monogamous partner has his own full life, ya know.She’s not curled into a ball weeping when her partner isn’t with her.never boring and I can’t stop inhaling trying to get a whiff. Multiple wearing is required to truly appreciate this gem. I will follow up with note details after wearing this a few more times. Delicious, sweet, smokey, fruity , woody, oudy, floral and spicy all in one.He’s got friends and projects and family and is living a busy, happy life — when his partner is around and when he’s alone.
Rather than repeat what many have said, lets just say that Jubilation XXV (non-magnetic cap) did not disappoint.Then, the berry note becomes the star player with honey to polish it off. Nice sillage and longevity, and I love the bottle and presentation.The scent is pleasing but surprisingly not strong enough even at EDP concentration. This one is elegance in a bottle and for high-status seeking professionals. Likely an older male I have recently purchased this fragrance given all the high praise this fragrance receives.I’ve seen descriptions of people wanting to curl into a ball and cry while their partners are with other people. I just don’t think that going through pain and suffering is somehow the hallmark of a “worthy relationship”. It’s too close to the mindset of the woman who is proud of herself for her endurance when it comes to accepting an abusive mate.I’ve even had communication with people who wanted me to help them be okay with having sex with people they didn’t want to sleep with, but partners wanted them to because they thought that was “how you did poly”. Poly is not martyrdom, and taking pride in being a martyr isn’t going to help you live to the fullest. It’s a preference that has no more to do with goodness, enlightenment or value than preferring linguine to rice. Maybe they saw it as a way to try to stay together. I’m not saying polyamorous/monogamous pairing are bad. But in the good ones, the monogamous member isn’t curling up in a ball when his polyamorous partner is out with another love, either.