Cremo's spray colognes have luxurious scents that you'd expect to find at high-end boutiques.
How to Use It
- Spray on wrist
- Dab pulse points on wrist
- Press against neck for longer-lasting scent
- Enjoy some Good Uncommon Scents
Rated 5 out of 5 by Ed from Just another great scent. I've been making it my mission to check out most of the Cremo colognes. Bourbon Vanilla (the body wash) went from being a "meh" scent at first to one of my favorites, showing that we have dynamic noses. Sometimes a first impression is actually wrong. Long story short, when I found out that Walmart had this scent as a cologne, I grabbed it and it ranks up there as one of my favorites. Is it possible to have a lot of favorites? My daughter (she's 5) always wants to pick which cologne I wear.... and Bourbon Vanilla wins. A lot.
Date published: 2020-12-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by Cowpunk from Surprisingly Spring and Summer The Pros: Bourbon, oak, vanilla-- usually Fall and Winter fragrances come to my mind. However, the spice top note and well hidden citrus lift this up to a decidedly lighter cologne for the warmer months. The Cons: If you are layering with Cremo's other body and hair products, this fragrance is not available in the anti-antiperspirant/deodorant or the body bar. I down-ranked my rating for this reason, only. The Compromise: The anti-antiperspirant/deodorants and the body bars in both the Reserve and the Bourbon & Oak complement well without without intruding on the primary Vanilla Bourbon profile. This means that if you are using either of those other fragrance profiles for your Fall and Winter regimen, you can comfortable use those two products throughout the year. Conclusion: I highly recommend this fragrance if you partial to oak and vanilla and would like to add those signature notes into the Spring and Summer.
Date published: 2020-10-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by Marcus79 from Excellent Fragrance Blind bought this and it is now my favorite #1 fragrance in my collection of 13 various colognes, some are very expensive high end. Initially wasn't sure about it but after 15 minutes and the dry down, it is amazing. Bought 2 extra bottles in the unlikely event it is ever discontinued. The middle note bourbon dominates with the bottom note of vanilla maintaining throughout. You can't just strip test it, you have to reach dry down on you to fully appreciate it.
Date published: 2021-04-14