And what does Putin fragrance smell like?
Like cheap perfume, two Moscow shoppers said, according to Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty.
Rekunov disagrees, describing the scent as “attractive, matter-of-fact and natural.” It also contains hints of lemon, black currant and fir cones, Reuters reported.
“Leaders Number One” joins a growing list of Russian products that promote a cult of personality around Putin. T-shirts, mugs, calendars, iPhone covers and more advertise his image throughout Moscow.
But all of the promotion also has inspired some satire.
Pictures of Putin shirtless, with animals and, the pinnacle of Putin-ness, shirtless and riding an animal have flooded the Internet. He’s the star of a popular Instagram account, putinspiration, which overlays inspirational quotes on his most testosterone-filled photo spreads. Perhaps “Leaders Number One” has found its first ad campaign?