Reg: August 2001 Location: Lexington, MA Posts: 2587
Date: July 10, 2008
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Unlike the classic Eau d'Hadrien, which is truly an essay on Mediterranean sunshine (lemon and aromatic herbs), Les Nuits d'Hadrien is laced with rich amber and spices, which makes it a deeper, sultrier, and more lasting scent on the whole. It remains, all the same, citrus in its nature, so it's not extravagant in its longevity, but it's very decent for a perfume of this kind.
I gave this one away to a citrus-loving friend of mine, so most of this review is from memory.