Fragrances are designed to create a mood, an aura. Adam Cologne seeks to create an image of virile manliness with a sleek black container that looks like a cross between a TV remote and a Minox camera. The scent, on the other hand, is a little on the heavy side. It's made with pheromones, those chemicals that are supposed to set off sexual signals in females and make scantily-clad women tumble into your turgid lap, panting, in heat. At least, that's what it's supposed to do. The one person who I tried to work my mysterious ways on with this cologne said I smelled like a junior high school auto shop major, and told me to take a shower. But that's my experience. Some may find this intoxicating. After all, fragrance, like sex, is up to personal taste.