Boss Bottled Intense Eau de Parfum by Hugo Boss is a Woody Spicy fragrance for men. Boss Bottled Intense Eau de Parfum was launched in 2016. Top notes are Apple and Orange Blossom; middle notes are Cinnamon, Cloves and Geranium; base notes are Vanilla, Sandalwood, Cedar and Vetiver.
Boss Bottled Intense came out in early 2015 as an intensified interpretation of the original Boss Bottled from 1998, which represents “a man of today.” In September 2016, Boss Bottled Intense Eau de Parfum will be available as the first EDP of this collection. Boss Bottled Intense amplifies woody and spicy aromas in a higher concentration of aromatic oils.
The composition is equal to the original Boss Bottled Intense Eau de Toilette, only it features a 14% higher concentration of essential oils and is reinforced in durability. Fresh apple is balanced with notes of green orange blossom. Its spicy heart consists of cloves, cinnamon and geranium. The base is composed of precious woody notes of sandalwood, cedar and vetiver, wrapped in vanilla.
The fragrance, still luxurious and masculine, is less sweet than the original. Fresh apple and bergamot blossom are wrapped up in gentle green orange blossom. Clove and cinnamon together with geranium form the heart of the perfume. The base is composed of precious woody notes of sandalwood, cedar and vetiver, along with vanilla
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