Frank No.1 Frank Los Angeles

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Frank No.1 Frank Los Angeles

Rated 4.08 out of 5 based on 12 customer ratings
(12 customer reviews)

Frank No.1 Frank Los Angeles for men of Frank Los Angeles

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Frank No.1 is an aromatic and vibrant fragrance.
An uncompromising blend of crisp citrus, fresh spices and herbaceous, mossy green notes, No.1 veers away from tradition by supplementing that classic masculine structure with the strength of another iconic gentleman’s genre: dry tobacco and deep, ambery leather, which transform the bright, refreshing opening into a drydown loaded with complex, seductive warmth.
Provocative and modern.

The Frank No. 1 released in 2004 has been discontinued.

Frank No.1 was launched in 2014. The nose behind this fragrance is Bertrand Duchaufour.

12 reviews for Frank No.1 Frank Los Angeles

  1. :

    5 out of 5

    This is very well blended and at first I thought this was a mellow aromatic with some coffee and realized how wrong I was .
    This is a wonderful tea fragrance with some bright earthness and some coffee rind or skin
    This really unique and makes you think and smell it again. That being said it is easy to wear
    I find this unisex, but slightly masculine
    reminds me of spilled coffee in a kids toy section of a store
    Artistic, but I don’t think I will buy
    have a sniff

  2. :

    3 out of 5

    This is wonderful, quite fresh, refreshing and addicting. The cardamon-clove-lavender-juniper combination is stunning and you can’t stop sniffing it. The licorice at the base really cements everything. I have to say this is a real gem.
    Full-bottle worthy.

  3. :

    3 out of 5

    Number 1 opens very sweet and fruity, with a noticeable berry like accord. It feels dense, almost heavy and is interesting in the opening. However, once it reaches the dry down, it is sweet spicy, but not very interesting.
    I wish the tomato leaf was stronger and that it felt greener, because then it really would be a contender for a Spring favorite. As it is, there are lots of green fragrances I’d rather wear. After a few hours it’s gone and it’s hard to pick up.
    I think the best way to describe the way I feel about it is, a shrug. It’s ok, but not amazing.

  4. :

    4 out of 5

    Fresh yet robust green/spicy scent with a noticeable but not obtrusive sweetness. Smells very authentic, high quality, well blended, and generally pleasant, albeit a bit soulless in my opinion. Can be dressed up or dressed down and would be perfect for a spring day. Like all Frank LA scents, No. 1 has a very modern, urban, youthful yet mature character. I really like the presentation as well. Can’t hate it, but can’t truly love it either.

  5. :

    4 out of 5

    A fresh, spicy masculine. Opens with a spicy burst of citrus, dries down to a sweet, tobacco-like spice, with a bit of zippiness from the pine-like juniper. A touch of soapiness from the lavender keeps this firmly in the masculine realm. Nothing amazing – it’s like a lot of other masculine fragrances – but likeable and enjoyable enough. However… this smells a LOT like Lanvin’s Avant Garde, which you can get for under $20 at Fragrancenet.

  6. :

    5 out of 5

    I never tried the Frank Los Angeles Frank No. 1 original release from 2004 but ordered the trio of Nos 1,2,3 in 2016 and in trying No. 1, I get a classic fougere, a refined barbershop scent that could easily be a man’s signature scent.
    The opening mix of green and citrus dries down into a masculine mix of tobacco and leather, a relatively safe combination that does have a very slight but remote sweetness. I’d use this more during the day than at night, as it’s not too heavy or distractive.
    It’s a little too borderline to be one that I’d reach for often and frequently as a signature scent that I could make my own, certainly not along the lines of a Chanel Pour Monsieur or Dior Eau Sauvage, but it’s an option that some men might find to be a good fit for them.
    At $130 for 100ml EDP, as the online reviewer Brad puts it, it’s appropriately priced for a small house, but in my opinion, it’s pricey if you don’t find it exceptional.
    7 out of 10

  7. :

    4 out of 5

    The black currant open in the form of the cassis is excellent but fleeting.On my nose the sandalwood in this is dominant and takes over. Personally I wish the top notes fought a little harder to stick around longer.
    This original Frank Los Angeles is much different than the more popular Frank No. 2.
    Note: This review is of the Frank No. 1 fragrance that was originally introduced in 2004 and has since been replaced by a new Frank No. 1 that has entirely different notes.

  8. :

    3 out of 5

    Can’t get around the fact that I like this fragrance it has that Herbal essences shampoo (not that I’ve smelled it in years) vibe to it.
    Angelic seed, floral notes…it’s pretty nondescript to me, it has a freshness but I can’t say I get mint from it?
    The opening is a juicy realisic orangey/bergamot to me but that doesn’t last long before the shampoo comes on strong.
    It’s a very clean smell and doesn’t offend me but couldn’t wear this as it’s not what I define as fine fragrance.

  9. :

    3 out of 5

    Maybe I would have like this more if Frank Los Angeles #2 didn’t raise the bar so high. I didn’t find this fragrance to be totally male if you ask me. This kinda reminded me of something soft from Jo Malone or even L’Artisan Parfumeur. This comes off as a smooth spring time aromatic scent that will garner a few compliments here and there. Not bad but not great. The aroma justifies its $65 price tag.

  10. :

    5 out of 5

    Minty, grapefruit, tea opening!!! Really nice! The grapefruit eventually disappears and into the drydown the tea and mint combine and mix with what I believe must be the angelica. Its a very slightly sweet at this point. Still nice and definitely different. I like it but don’t really think its anything too great.
    I get some fir notes if I exhale onto my skin.

  11. :

    5 out of 5

    Frank Los Angeles before it was discontinued and changed dramatically :
    A blend of over 100 essential oils???? I believe it! It is so unique.
    This is the KING of the natural smelling, green, fresh, floral tea-type colognes.
    A slight hint of grapefruit, not much lemon at all. There is a very light and elegant treatment of the citrus notes. They are supportive and at times only lightly noticeable.
    As it mellows there is a tea note paired with a floral note which I’m assuming is the marigold but it’s very light and once again a supportive note. It also has a clean & wet feeling in the middle notes but not a aqua cologne type of wet. It’s natural water – cool, shimmering and clean.
    A wonderfully fresh & clear yet complex fragrance that suggests a just out of the shower wet cleanliness yet is complex with nice natural notes and an airiness that’s always evident throughout.
    If you’re someone who wants a fresh natural fragrance without an overplayed citrus and almost no contemporary aqua type notes this is one to put on the ‘to test’ list. A unique scent, nothing else smells like it.
    Highly recommend. Get it while you still can.
    EDIT : The new #1 has Nothing in common with the old version in this review … why use the same name???

  12. :

    5 out of 5

    Clean, fresh, and breezy, really great for spring! Unfortunately it’s so light and fades to almost nothing really fast, but YMMV…..I guess that’s just the nature of these particular notes. I do love how this smells, but Frank No. 2 is my favorite.
    Edit….to elaborate…I wish I got a little more clove and sandalwood, that might give the scent more oomph, but then again might change its character.

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