Old Spice Wolfthorn Review

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Want to smell like Trident Tropical Twist?

Scent: 4/10
Notes: tropical fruits, orange soda, fruity, sharp, jelly beans
Sillage: High
Layer-ability: Low
Longevity: 9/10
Manliness Level: 1/10

This deodorant is all tropical fruit. If a woman was wearing this, I think I’d like it a lot. There’s also a sharpness and bitterness to the scent that makes it stand out. Like all of Old Spice’s Wild Collection, Wolfthorn is a one-dimensional powerhouse that doesn’t blend well with things unlike itself.

It lasts a very long time and will definitely keep you from stinking up the place with B.O.

In the end, I have to think there were a lot of women in Old Spice’s focus groups, because to release this and Bearglove as mens deodorants is kind of silly. If you can bring yourself to stand the smell, I’m sure women will think you smell good. In my smell tests with women they all seem to enjoy it!

So there you have it, tropical fruitiness in a deodorant stick!

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6 thoughts on “Old Spice Wolfthorn Review

  1. Carl

    I like it. In fact, that watermelon-y note (or whatever it is) is what attracted me the most. IMO, I don’t think it’s overwhelmingly candy-ish… After all, it’s deodorant, so the smell isn’t too loud unless I start to sweat. So far, a favorite of mine. (I really can’t stand Timber, it smells like a very soapy shower!)

  2. Carl

    After wearing it a few days, I can describe Wolfthorn in 2 words: fruit punch. Wolfthorn smells EXACTLY like fruit punch.

  3. Mark

    I like this a lot. Smells sweet like strawberries with a few other fruitellas thrown in. I would definitely consider buying an EDT version, albeit with one or two more masculine basetones added.

  4. Shaun

    Personally I’m a fan. It reminds me of orange Fanta and clementines. The sweet fruity notes are tangy and sharp enough not to come across as feminine. It’s a bold scent, stands out very prominently and lasts a long-ass time.

    If I had to pair it with something I would say it would match up with JPG’s Le Male with its sweet bergamot notes, as it would be balanced out by its softer, more woody base notes that would ground the tanginess.


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