Since the time I wrote my review of Pierre Cardin's Centaure, I've had the opportunity to wear this a few more times, and I feel I need to revise my review.
Though I'm still not crazy about this scent, I have to say that it's a bit better than I originally thought. Centaure smells like it makes prominent use of both juniper and incense, and together they give Centaure a bright, sharp woody edge that I like. This brisk woodiness lasts for the entire duration of the scent, which I also like.
However, my biggest problem with Centaure is that it still all smells very synthetic and clumsily constructed, as I described in my prior review. Because of this, Centaure is not a fragrance I expect I'll be reaching for very often, but at least it's wearable and somewhat enjoyable.
MY NEW RATING: 6/10
Fragrance House: Pierre Cardin