Lacoste Noir review

Lacoste Noir review

Wearing like a distinguished olfactory polo that perfect for warm summer nights, Lacoste new scent unexpectedly opens up on the bright side bottled afternoon breeze, really giving you subtle hints of watermelon, lavender, verbena think lemon, and Egyptian basil. The light aroma lingers about as long as a good dusk, before unfolding into something chocolaty warm and ever so musky. There patchouli in it, but you hardly notice because its final destination is swanky sweet. Basically, a smart and sophisticated scent for just about any warm weather occasion that comes accompanied with a view of the sunset.

Lacoste Noir also has something called Cyclodextrin in it, which sounds like something your doctor might prescribe, right? In truth, it a sugarbased molecule that allows the scent to release more intensely over a longer period of time and keeps the scent working, even through sweat.