I’ve been reading some really good reviews of Diesel’s new fragrance, Diesel Bad. So that means that it’s great then, doesn’t it!?
- Smell – Top Notes
- Smell – Middle notes (heart)
- Smell – Base notes
The Product – Diesel Bad
Notes – At A Glance:
- Top notes – Bergamot, Cardamom, Violet leaf, Lavander
- Middle notes – Caviar accord, Orris, Sage, Saline accord
- Base notes – Tonka bean, Ambroxan, Tobacco, Patchouli
Packaging – Diesel Bad
Diesel Bad – Fragrance Notes
Top notes – Diesel Bad
Initial citrus kick. Really fresh and lively.
Can also smell deeper floral notes with lavender.
Cardamon gives it a spicy hit. Can really smell that once the initial zest bergamot calms down.
Has a slight soapiness to it caused by the mix of lavender and bergamot.
Middle notes (heart) – Diesel Bad
This is where it all gets a bit too much. Once the top notes settle, you’re into the heart of the fragrance.
It has a caviar heart – essentially, it’s quite salty, deep and musky.
Really overpowering and is the kind of fragrance that gets stuck on the back of your throat.
For me, this is far too heavy and really isn’t a pleasurable experience.
Base notes (/dry down) – Diesel Bad
For me, this is the worst bit.
The dry down smells really cheap and synthetic.