Declaration by Cartier has bright citrusy and spicy notes. This Cartier Declaration Eau de Toilette is available in a 100ml bottle.Declaration by Cartier for Men is a refreshing aromatic fragrance that is ideal for both daytime and night time use. The Eau de Toilette is invigorating, mildly spicy, and long lasting. The fragrance blends in aromatic accords of citruses, spices, herbs, flowers, and wood extracts. This macho EDT, by master perfumer Cartier, comes in a clear 100ml flacon that is topped with a uniquely designed silver dispenser.TOP NOTESThe top notes of Declaration by Cartier for men are extracted from artemisia, caraway, coriander, birch, mandarin orange, bergamot, neroli, and bitter orange. The blend of citrusy, floral, spicy, and woody notes offers a strong yet comforting aroma.MIDDLE NOTESAt the heart of the Cartier perfume for Men lies the alluring scent of ginger, cinnamon, pepper, Guatemalan cardamom, and juniper that is mildly spicy. The scent of the spice integrates well with the fragrance of fresh flowers such as juniper, orris root, and jasmine to give you alluring heart notes that will surely make heads turn.BASE NOTESThe base of Cartier Declaration Eau de Toilette is composed of leather, amber, tea, Tahitian vetiver, oakmoss and cedar. These components blend ideally to produce an enticing fragrance that is hard to miss.HOW TO SHOP PERFUME ONLINE (WITHOUT SMELLING IT) Some products are easy to buy online - perfume isn’t traditionally one of them. Here’s how to discover your next signature scent, without smelling it first. REFERENCE YOUR EXISTING PERFUME Look to the perfume you’re already wearing for inspiration. What notes feature or what fragrance group is it from? You may discover that you have a penchant for floral fragrances, in which case you should probably stick to that group. If you’re not sure what notes your existing fragrance portfolio includes, sites like Fragrantica.com can help.READ REVIEWS OK, so you won’t always have the same opinion as the rest of the online community, but reading reviews can help you get a feeling for a fragrance. If a lot of people say a perfume is “too strong” and you like lighter aromas, then it’s probably not the perfume for you. Blogs can be a good source for impartial reviews too.KNOW WHAT YOU LIKE Understand what you prefer: eau de cologne, eau de toilette or eau de parfum. An eau de cologne doesn’t last for long but is great for a refreshing pick-me-up, whereas an eau de toilette is the most common type of fragrance, normally lasting for several hours. If you like stronger, longer lasting scents you should opt for an eau de parfum or parfum. Know which you prefer before clicking: “Buy”.PERFECT YOUR PERFUME VOCABULARY Get to know the descriptive words that are commonly used in relation to scent. If a smell is depicted as “intense”, “seductive” and “enveloping,” then it’s likely to be a woody or Oriental fragrance, suited for the evenings or making an impact. But, if it “bursts” or “sparkles” then it’s probably a feminine, floral or fruit-based scent.CONSIDER THE PACKAGING A fragrance’s packaging channels the theme and smell of the scent within it. A gold box and bottle suggests eveningwear and an opulent smell. Pale blue and green packages imply nature and freshness (think summer and daywear), whilst pink bottles are likely to be feminine and made up of floral notes.LEARN YOUR NOSES Perfumers (or Noses) tend to have their own signature style, so have a look at their portfolio of fragrances – let’s call it their CV – and see if you’re familiar with any of their other creations. If you enjoyed one, you’re likely to enjoy another.DON’T GET HUNG UP ON PRICING Just because a fragrance is expensive, doesn’t mean it’s the best. Look for other quality signals, instead of price tag alone.