Allow me to talk about Xerjoff Naxos, a fragrance that got popularized by the German rapper Shindy. Crafted by the prestigious house of Xerjoff, Naxos is a true masterpiece that captures the essence of luxury and sophistication just by looking on it. But how does it smell?
Opening with a burst of light, herbal freshness, Naxos immediately greets your senses with heavy undertones. In the heart of the perfume pyramid aromatic spices take center stage. The combination of warmth, a bit oriental, and spices makes it a untypical Xerjoff scent. As the fragrance develops, the heart gracefully transitions into a captivating coumarin base note, giving it a tonka bean gourmand touch. It adds a layer of depth and sensuality, gives it volume and density. The dry-down is smooth, warm, and utterly irresistible – at least for some people.
In my opinion, Naxos is not a typical best seller, it is rather a perfume hyped by social media. There is also a connection to the renowned German rapper Shindy. Shindy, known for his unique style and extravagant lifestyle, perfectly embodies the spirit of Naxos. Over social media Shindy posted pictures of him letting the audience know that he is wearing Naxos.
Wearing Xerjoff Naxos is like stepping into the world of elegance and deep style that Shindy portrays through his music and persona. It’s a scent that demands attention, leaving a trail of sophistication and loudness wherever you go. Whether you’re attending a high-profile event or simply enjoying a night out with friends, Naxos will undoubtedly leave a lasting impression.
Just like Shindy’s music, this perfume is daring and bold. Maybe too bold for some people. If you want to channel your inner confidence and charisma, Xerjoff Naxos is the perfect choice. In my opinion it is a fragrance for tall men and strong women. But definitely not for the cute girl trying to be sweet and sexy. It is a very bold statement.
I recommend wearing it in winter time, as the scent is warm and dense. It does not match in spring time at all. You may wear it during long summer nights, but don’t use it in the office.