Creed Aventus VS Armaf Club de Nuit Intense For Men

Aventus is the only one in its category to have a diffusion and fame comparable (and often greater) to those of designer perfume releases. This is quite incredible for a fragrance whose cost per bottle is even 10 times higher than that of many more mainstream products.

The high cost creates obvious obstacles not only for its purchase by a large portion of consumers. It is unlikely that you have heard of Aventus unless you are a fan of fragrances or you regularly frequent small luxury perfumeries, deepening your passion by reading articles and opinions online.

Creed represents an icon of men’s perfumery, a must-have for thousands of fans, an insane expense for people who until recently would never have dreamed of spending a similar amount for a vanity like a perfume. You can read all about Aventus in this Creed Aventus review.

If you are a true fragrance addicted, Creed Aventus is a perfume that needs no introduction for you.

Aventus’ success has inspired many other production companies to create clones. These perfumes approach the original formula and often differ in something. Clones are similar to the original, but they are rarely a perfect copy of it.

Armaf Perfumes India clones


Armaf is a brand that sells products that are inspired by niche perfumes. If you have visited forums or Facebook pages, you probably have found some opinions about their products. Today, we will see Creed Aventus vs Armaf Club De Nuit Intense for Men, or the Aventus clone made by Armaf.

When we talk about clones, a poorly trained nose will hardly perceive the difference between the original Creed fragrance and a good equivalent perfume. You may also appreciate one of the cheaper versions even more than the original.

Club de Nuit Intense (CDNIM for short) is the clone par excellence that better recalls Creed’s nectar.

Although it is a fragrance very similar to Aventus, I think you can find better alternatives.

CDNIM does not focus on the sweeter and softer notes of the original. It does the exact opposite: citrus and musk are predominant. Everything else goes into the background.

The main flaw of CDNIM is undoubtedly the opening: too strong and harsh. The feeling is that of too chemical an opening, with too much lemon.

It seems there is the only lemon, and also of poor quality. However, if you can resist the first half-hour, CDNIM will turn into one of the most similar perfumes to Aventus that you can find for cheap. It will enhance the more masculine and pungent notes.

If we consider it with other clones in the same price range, the performances scream beast mode. Sillage and projection are good: prepare yourself as people will spot you several meters away. The persistence of the dry down on the skin can exceed 10 hours.

CDNIM is wearable by anyone: both a teenager and a thirty-year-old and a man over 50. The opening is so harsh that it is perhaps better suited to a teenager. For an adult, I recommend spraying less or avoiding meeting people the first half-hour. Wearable both in summer and in winter.

You won’t find Armaf Club de Nuit Intense Man easily in traditional perfumeries, but you can buy it on Amazon or directly from their online store.

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