Kenzo Homme makes our best Christmas Gifts for Men list because it has been voted the #1 fragrance for men.
A survey was conducted at AskMen.com regarding the best 2009 Men’s Cologne. The winner was Kenzo Homme, a brand that may be new to you.
Kenzo by Tokyo blends “modern urban emotion with the tranquility of traditional Japanese nature motifs…”
This fragrance makes a terrific stocking stuffer and comes in a variety of different sizes. The size featured here is the 5.0 oz Kenzo Homme bottle which not only smells and looks great, but will leave him well-scented all year.
It’s not a secret that most men do not frequently by cologne for themselves. But what is a secret is this: Men like to receive cologne and enjoy wearing new varieties…they just don’t buy it for themselves.
So, this year, buy him the best fragrance that he’ll enjoy and probably would not buy for himself…Kenzo Homme, voted the best fragrance of 2009.
Kenzo is the designer of this cologne and many others. They describe their product this way:
A cool wind blows over Blue Bamboo. Kenzo Homme, a woody marine fragrance built around water and the color blue, is an architectural reconstruction of nature. This unique and timeless fragrance contrasts fresh marine notes and powerful woods. *Details provided by Kenzo…read more“.
Kenzo Pour Homme by Kenzo for Men 5.0 oz Eau de Toilette Pour: Customer Reviews
Not only do men not often buy cologne, they less frequently review it. However, in talking to those who own it (including myself), suffice it to say that men love this cologne.
That is why Kenzo has earned it’s spot at the Christmas Store Online as a best Christmas gift this year.
Of those who reviewed Kenzo on Amazon, it has received a near perfect score.
In a reviewed entitled “Kenzo a Fantastic Scent“, Carl says:
I purchased a bottle of Kenzo in Paris about 7 years ago. I’m not much into heavy scented colognes and this one has just the right strength. I have never smelled any cologne like this. Wonderful.
Make your man feel great this Christmas!
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