Introduced in 2001, Mambo for Men by Liz Claiborne is categorized as the group of Amber Fougere fragrances. The nose behind is Carlos Benaim who made sure to include all the accords that would make this fragrance elegant, refined, and old school.
The top notes include lavender, bergamot, lime, and lemon verbena whereas the middle notes constitute caraway, cedar, cinnamon, orange blossom, lily-of-the-valley, patchouli, and geranium. Lastly, the base note includes musk, balsam fir, patchouli, and sandalwood that tie all of the cords faultlessly together.
The longevity of smell
The smell lasts for five to six hours without needing any reapplication. Though, the projection is less than average as well.
The bottle is available in 3.4 fl oz. The lean shape of the bottle can fit conveniently in the front compartment of your car and even in your suitcase. The spraying mechanism works flawlessly.
The cologne is absolutely an attention-grabber. The different accords combine to produce a scent that is not only attractive but also makes you feel confident all day long. It is a warm, noticeable, and elegant cologne perfect for older men.
The scent is an old classic that was very popular in the 2000s. The scent gives a mature and elegant vibe which is dominant in sandalwood. You can also get hints of caraway, fir, and cinnamon as well. It is light and ideal for summer use.