Cadillac Cologne: Another “woody” fragrance, Cadillac smells of ebony, cloves and incense, followed by grapefruit and chamomile. At the heart of the scent are notes of geranium, tarragon and cinnamon. Call us narrow-minded, but that’s way more complexity than we want to splash on our face.
Jaguar Cologne: In a perfect world, Jaguar cologne would smell like old leather, unspent hydrocarbons and hot castor oil, and maybe the blood of smaller mammals. Instead, it’s a spicy blend of lavender, lavender, grapefruit, gardenia, cedar, spruce, leather and fern.
Lamborghini Cologne: “Refreshing and fruity,” oddly like an umbrella drink, Lamborghini Cologne smells of fresh citrus, blended with spice and aromatic woods. What that has to do with Italian supercars, we have absolutely no idea.
Ferrari Black Cologne: Probably the best seller of all the automotive-themed fragrances, Ferrari Black has a sharp note that blends aromatic woods with a mossy undernote--because no one wants to smell like a stable, even if it is Italian.