Best Smelling Hugo Boss Colognes: Top 4 Men’s Scents

Hugo Boss has a long history in the fashion world. Their fragrance line has been popular for many years and produces good fragrances that can be had in the lower to moderate price ranges. This isn’t a Creed or Bond No. 9, where you are going to be spending a few hundred dollars for a larger bottle of the stuff. Rather, Hugo Boss makes designer fragrances that are both stylish and can be worn for any situation a man may face. I have linked each entry out to its page on Amazon.com, for a great price and ease of purchase.

Also check out: Best Smelling Hugo Boss Perfumes for Women

 

Hugo Boss Men’s Boss No. 6 Eau de Toilette Natural Spray, 3.3 fl. oz.
No.6 is the most popular Hugo Boss fragrance of the bunch and for very good reason. This cologne is just all around pleasant, moderately priced, and seems to be a bit unique. It has notes of sandalwood, apple, cinnamon,  and other woodsy scents which give it a clean yet masculine presence. Hugo Bottled Boss Review

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Hugo Boss Eau de Toilette Spray, Red, 1.3 Ounce
Hugo Red seems to be an under appreciated fragrance. Its notes include pineapple, cedar, grape fruit, amber, tonka bean, and others. It also has the distinct notion of being on the lower end of the price range while simultaneously being a well performing and great smelling cologne. Hugo Red is clean and fruity, though not overpowering, and a perfect option for casual wear. My Hugo Red Review

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Hugo– This fragrance was released in the mid 1990s and has been chugging along in stores ever since. It’s a beautiful blend of spice, florals, and woodsy notes that come together to make something memorable. Lasts well enough¬†and highly fresh with those green notes. Hugo Full Review

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Boss Bottled Night by Hugo Boss for Men – 3.3 Ounce EDT Spray
A very nice and seductive cologne, which is probably best served for guys in their 20s to early 30s. Bottled Night has good sillage, draws complements, but has average to slightly above average longevity. Bottled Night Review