Versace Eros The Latin word Eros is defined as creative, often sexual, yearning, love, and desire. Versace named their fragrance for men after this oft-referenced latin word, and it did not miss the bulls-eye by much (if any) in their pursuit to create a fragrance that mirrors the definition of such a heavy, content-laden, and utterly mythological reference that many have seen but few understand. Released as an aromatic fougere in 2012, notes the likes of mint, apple, ambroxan, Madagascar vanilla, and Atlas cedar pepper this cologne down its note pyramid. Aromatic, masculine, woody, fresh, and deliberately designed, Versace had plans to tie this variant and its counterpart(s) in with the company name to give it more meaning and depth moving forward. Indeed, an interesting and thoroughly captivating variant from luxe designer Versace.
Versace Eros is a cologne of powerful attraction--a fragrance for a fanatical man, who is master of his domain. Blends of mint, green apple, and lemon give off a seductive scent.