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I have owned a fair number of Calvin Klein fragrances over the past few years and one of the more recent fragrances I have had from the brand is CK Free which was released in 2009 and is still a popular choice now. It has a distinctive scent which is always something that I look for when choosing a new fragrance as I like for people to be able to know what fragrance I am wearing from smelling the scent.
The fragrance opens with the notes of Thai star anise, Jack fruit, Juniper berry, Absinthe. This gives the fragrance a little kick to start things off which makes for an interestingly unique scent. I was impressed when I first tried this in my local Boots store. These notes last for a good three or so hours and then fade into the middle notes.
Middle notes - give a more musky feel than the opening notes with Suede, Tobacco leaves, Coffee & South African buchu all featured. It gives the fragrance a little twist and lasts for another three hours or so before leading into the final notes.
Base Notes - The fragrance ends with Patchouli, Oakwood, Texan cedarwood, Costa Rican ironwood. These woody notes add a certain character to the fragrance and they finish the fragrance off well. They last for another three hours or so.
This is a fragrance for a man with ambition, scope, hopes and dreams / He makes them happen, and has fun along the way / Cool and controlled, he has his eyes on the prize and his heart invested in the adventure / Top Notes: Absinthe, Jackfruit, Thail Star Anise, Juniper Berry / Heart Notes: Buchu, Suede, Coffee Absolute, Tobacco Leaves / Base Notes: Costa Rican Ironwood, Oakwood, Patchouli.