The exceptional Aventus was inspired by the dramatic life of a historic emperor, celebrating strength, power and success. Created in 2010 by a perfumer who remains anonymous and marketed by the shrewd mind of Olivier Creed in collaboration with his son Erwin, this scent has grown to become the best-selling fragrance in the history of the brand. Olivier chose its iconic name derived from a (“from”) ventus (“the wind”), illustrating the Aventus man as destined to live a driven life, ever galloping with the wind at his back toward success. Aventus is a sophisticated blend for individuals who savor a life well-lived.
Aventus has led to marriages, helped gentleman get jobs they only dreamed of getting, and contributed to online wars over which batch is better (hint: they’re all the same, but our formula is based on the pineapple-rich batch 17Y01). There have even been months-long forum discussions dedicated to people who purchase and then adulterate their fragrance to achieve that mythical “super-birch” so many dream of. The reality is more mundane: Aventus contains a small of well behaved and well balanced smoky birch tar. How much? Buy this formula and you’ll have your answer. Then you can win any debate against online self-appointed connoisseurs.
Fragrance ReviewsFragrance reviews courtesy of Fragrantica. https://www.fragrantica.com/perfume/Creed/Aventus-9828.html
I can’t add anything more other than this is a TRUE masterpiece. It got me started into my love of fragrances and it’s still magnetic. Pure man in a bottle. Will never be without it regardless of batches or over use by guys. Just brilliant! Love.—JRad655
Just a splendid masterpiece! The fruitiness with it’s pineapple overtones and a smoky background is like no other. It’s truly one of it’s kind!.—RalphAngel
Man I love this scent. After using several clones I decided to get the real deal. Using the clones for the majority of the time and Aventus for special occasions. I love the pineapple note and the dry down is amazing. Aventus gives me so many compliments too.—AndrewG