It doesn't last too long, but it's a nice refresher when it's hot out. It starts off sort of floral and citrusy and dries down to an orange/spice scent, but it fades away quickly.
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Speaking of...here's a great site where you can order decants of a LOT of different and rare colognes in a nice variety of sizes. Go nuts, gents: http://theperfumedcourt.com/Default.aspx
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Bumping this post. This is awesome. But, as a previous user- isn't it "Brut 33"? Or, Brut doesn't even need a last name anymore...
I wear Brut cologne. Its not the best smelling in the world. But the smell brings back childhood memories for me somehow. And the ladys seem to like it. When combined with the smell of a cigarette, it creates an amazing distinct aroma. Oh, and its pretty good for being a cheap cologne.
Brut 33 was designed as a less potent version of the original Brut, with "33%" of the fragrance. I'm not sure which version is marketed today as "Brut cologne."
Edit: A quick wikipedia search shows that Brut 33 is the version continuing today. Cheers.
Congratulations...you now smell like 94% of dudes in every mall and high school in America, lol.