Boss Bottled comes in a simple yet appealing designed glass bottle. Nothing groundbreaking in the packaging, but that’s not the most important part. Boss Bottled, also known as Boss #6, has been around since 1998. It has remained in the top sellers for most of its existence, and could easily be called a classic. When first sprayed you get a blast of apple and bergamont blended together. A few seconds later a note of cinnamon arrives, it however is not loud or overpowering. You get almost an Apple pie vibe from this combination. The opening is very nice and well done, a touch synthetic but still appealing. The drydown begins and you get a vanilla and woody note, ending with the base of nothing but woods and musk. In total there is a reason that this one has been around for so long and remained a top seller. There are fragrances coming to market that are similar, yet this was one of the fist.
Boss #6 is a fragrance that can be worn in almost any season. I would consider avoiding it in really hot weather, but easily recommend it for Fall through Spring. If you live in a cooler climate Boss #6 could defiantly be a signature scent. Because of its versatility it can be worn to the office and also to a date or night out. It isn’t a projection monster and does stay pretty close to the skin. With that in mind, I’d probably go elsewhere for a club or bar scent, but an intimidate movie or dinner and Boss Bottled could easily shine. There is really not an age that Boss Bottled works best for, it can easily be worn in high school or your post college job.
With is working for almost any age, and any situation you can’t go wrong with this purchase. If you’re looking to have a one or two bottle collection this can easily be your daily wear fragrance. For those collectors out there, this is a must to have just because it is a classic.