Tobacco 1812 is West Third Brand's best-selling fragrance! It combines sweet, dried tobacco leaf accented with aromatic spices, honey and cocoa. Dried fruits and exotic woods underly Tobacco 1812's tobacco heart.
NOTES: Tobacco leaf, spices, honey, cocoa, tonka bean, tobacco flower, dried fruit, exotic wood
Posted by Tania on 11th Aug 2016
This is okay for its pricepoint. It's one of those intensely sweet, fruity, vanilla creamed tobaccos (like A*Men Pure Havane, Tom Ford's Tobacco vanille, Franck Boclet's Tobacco, Parfums de Marly's Herod and so on).
I enjoy the tobacco flower in this, with its undertone of breezy, creamy floral that tries to smooth the edges of the cloying, insanely sweet honey-vanilla, dried fruit (reminds me of raspberry candy), and a hint of spice and darkness.
The tobacco is a slight, dark hint to the fragrance, where the honey, vanilla and fruit are moreso the main players.
Posted by Unknown on 12th Jul 2016
I find this slightly gourmand with the spices on top and the smooth vanilla/tobacco dry down that stays close to the skin. Solid scent for the price. Enjoy!
Posted by Benjamin on 17th Jun 2016
This is a more mature version of Pure Havane at a good price. Great performance and a compliment getter. A must have if you like gourmands!
Posted by Beetlebub on 15th Oct 2015
This lingers on the skin a long time. It's described perfectly underneath for how I also experienced it: smoky, sweet tobacco. On me, it dries down to a nice vanilla with maybe some sandalwood under it--the wood is very faint, but seems to be there. I've had men and women stop me to tell me they love how I smell. It's distinctive and noticeable, but I think I wear it instead of it wearing me. Just as it seems unisex, I think it's a balanced introvert/extrovert scent--complimentary to both.
Posted by Unknown on 18th Apr 2015
This scent is sooooo beautiful. It's smokey, sweet and irresistible.
Posted by Kayla Wallen on 19th Dec 2014
People all around you will want to ask you what your fragrance is. Great buy, projection is great and has a long lasting smell. Price is well below the value of the product.
Posted by Unknown on 24th Nov 2014
I really enjoy this scent. It's sweet honey and tobacco.
Posted by Tiffany R on 28th Aug 2014
Wet, it is the sweetest tobacco I have ever smelled, a dessert pipe tobacco. There's no trace of smokiness at all, ever. It smells like spicy, leathery fruits on a very dry cedar background. Despite the presence of generic "fruits," honey, and cocoa, I wouldn't think of this as gourmand in any way, but I think that's due to the spiciness (vetiver? maybe some patchouli?). Can something be syrupy and dry simultaneously? As it dries, it's a sweet woody-vanillic incense smell, with just a hint of tobacco in the background. I think it's nice, but then, I am ALL about that kind of drydown. I feel like this is something I've smelled before, but that's because sweet tobaccos are good unisex bets for perfume brands (IMO). It still smells very good, and the price is right.
Posted by Drew S on 8th Aug 2014
Ok, so I was pleasantly surprised. Now it's not TF Tobacco Vanilla but for that price, the sillage and longevity are fantastic
Posted by chade on 7th Jul 2014
Boy you want to talk about love !!!!!!
This is it!!!!