Fragrance Reviews from September 2011

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    Magie Noire by Lancôme

    In the same vein of Opium and Aromatics Elixir this very dark oriental  is a dusty, misty, harsh and animalic twist of flowers, spices, amber, animal notes and incense conjuring  chandeliers, tapestries, sumptuous stairs, purple ambiences, occult lasciviousness and  mistery all inside high medieval palaces surroundend by great courts framed by torches in the winter night. Blackcurrant, rough spices and ylang-ylang darken utterly the juice while the intense bulgarian rose and jasmine enhance the Victorian general atmosphere and the nocturnal esotericism. The sweetness of flowers, amber, dark fruits and benzoin is toned down by sharp spices, stark patchouli and incense in the way the scent, lacking   of particularly  mellowing and brewing notes, turns out severe and dreadful. A touch of final dissonance and sourness is the mirror of some animalic or leathery insertion of notes as civet or castoreum. Mystery and stiff elegance at high level.

    20th September, 2011 (Last Edited: 06 January, 2012)

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    Lomani by Lomani

    When one tires of classical music, fine damask, demurely sophisticated ladies, and haute cuisine, the radio dial turns to some heavy, uncomplicated guitar riffs and lyrics that speak of sex, drugs, and rock & roll. Pull up to the drive-thru, get a juicy burger, crispy fries, and real ice cream shake from the best fast food joint in town, and turn that mother up. Growl your eight-cylinder down the boulevard and shake the booties of the local honies. Sometimes, that's just what the doctor ordered.

    Lomani pour Homme's opening blast is 80s all the way -- the barrier to entry to see if you're cool enough to join the gang. The catch is lemon plus camphor, or to some noses, floor cleaner. It's so sharp and crude that it scares away all the wusses who can't handle your bright orange muscle car. But there is a balance to it: something resembling the bitter flavor of lemon zest with its green stem, with just enough stimulating synthetic feel to make it glisten. The star of the composition is coriander seed, one of my favorite spices in both food and fragrance. Its lemony softness is just right in Lomani, forming an effective bridge between the sharp opening and later phases. The drydown offers the simple pleasures of a barely sweetened moss and coumarin with a touch of manly patchouli: perhaps the most satisfying fougere base out there. That guy in the camaro actually gardens, what do you know!

    Note: this review is of the new juice, presumably with less oakmoss (and more tree moss?) than the vintage. While dirt-cheap, it is not particularly potent, so apply liberally and often: the base notes are underdosed. Layer away my friends. And give your 440cc an extra rev or two for Mssr. Lomani.

    20th September, 2011 (Last Edited: 02 April, 2012)

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    I am King by Sean John

    Is there a single element of this fragrance that works? The name is lame; were they watching Spartacus the night before? It doesn't suit this scent in any way. The bottle is okay, but again doesn't have anything to do with the fragrance inside. This is pretentiousness defined: a drugstore cheapie hidden within a designer bottle and price and Trojan-horsed with a pompous name. For Curve, Unforgiveable and DKNY for Men fans only.

    20th September, 2011 (Last Edited: 23 April, 2012)

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    Uomo? Moschino by Moschino

    Uomo? by Moschino must be one of the most underrated mens fragrance of all time.
    Such a classic (yet modern), vibrant, fresh scent that simply makes you smile everytime you get a whiff during the day.
    The fragrance opens with slightly sweet blast of kumquat with a liberal dash of green and spices. Throughout its evolution, it mellows into what i can only describe, as per the basenotes description above, as fresh 'sunlight' in a bottle.
    Truly a classy, sophisticated EDT, with good longevity (7-9 hrs) and its projection is certainly above average.
    If ever there was such a fragrance category for 'sleepers' as it were, this would be king, hands down.

    20th September, 2011 (Last Edited: 03 June, 2012)

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    Ambre Russe by Parfum d'Empire

    On my skin the smoky leather is noticeable enough to be the fragrance ranked as an impressive and unmistakable leathery-incensey scent with a certain dosage of spicy amber in composition. As already underlined by other reviewers the first whiff is clearly booze and spicy amber. The amber itself is fat and also slightly fruity but the whole  ambery chord is well balanced and toned down in sweetness by a shadowy insertion of dark incense. Few minutes later the first spray i detect the leather rising up from the back and is precisely in the middle phase that the leather is impressive before starting to morph in to a sort of velvety final touch that complements mirably amber and smoky incense. The three main elements are in perfect balance and the agreement restrains the sweetness that is not an exercise of syrupy mellifluence. The middle phase is spicy, aromatic and dry, producing a sort of airy effect (cumin?) as well as some aldehydes would have been inserted in the blend. The dry-aromatic heart of spices with the support of boozy notes and a touch of rooty tea contributes to tone down the sweet-resinous temperament of amber impressing a natural dusty effect just at the beginning a bit laundry. The fragrance itself is opulent and extremely refined and discreet. Another great work of balance.

    20th September, 2011 (Last Edited: 16 January, 2013)

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    Musc Ravageur by Editions de Parfums Frederic Malle

    One of the most appreciated animalic ambery musks around behind the incomparable and brewing Muscs Kublai Khan and in the same vein of fragrances as the woodsy-syrupy Ambra Nera and the more peacefully honeyed and less spicy Chergui. The animalic dirtiness and sensuality of the scent reminds me some fragrances as  Absolue Pour Le Soir but Musc Ravageur  is more woodsy and less heavy in gourmand and resinous notes. Compelling and dirty. The conceptually traditional and fresh opening is made of citrus and spices as cloves and cinnamon. The latter, the secret of scent in my opinion, is a natural complement to the sweet mellifluence while some cloves play this role (on the side of cedar and lavender) towards the woodsy feel. The starring spices in substance start to prepare the sensual dirty background with their dusty, sweet, pungent and aromatic expression. In a few time the embrace of the vanillic and incensey  amber envelops the elements, the right dosage of musk imprints woodsy intensity balancing (on the side of cedar and lavender) the balsams while a dark smokey link of guaiac wood and sandalwood, providing structure, perfectly conjoins its woody sweetness to balsams and spices. Dangerous in its final outcome. The note of tonka darkens utterly the smell and its relationship with spices, woods and balsams produces a sort of intense (for some reviewers chocolatey) sort of aroma. As told by others the fragrance, despite dense and sensual, is well balanced and not cloying for sure. Decadent and sensual even if not enough autoritative to strike at all my taste. A great fragrance anyway.

    20th September, 2011 (Last Edited: 08 March, 2014)

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    Eau de Lalique by Lalique

    This has somehow worked it's way into one of my most worn fragrances. And I believe the reason behind the frequency is that this is just so darn easy to wear.

    I wear it all year round. Of course in summer, and even in winter for lazy weekend mornings when you don't yet want to apply something serious and brooding. But I think my favorite season for this is spring and late summer, as the weather turns.

    It is a soft, herbal, green woody musk. The dill note pops out for a solo appearance during one phase of this, and it always makes me smile and say "there you are!". What a unique little twist, a very realistic dill note. It then recedes back into the herbal mix and keeps the woody drydown a little green.

    This is one of the longer lasting eau type fragrances I've smelled - a good 6 hours on me, albeit soft for much of it's span.

    Highly recommended for a twist on the typical citrus eau, especially if you like an herbal slant on the traditional formula. Wonderful!

    21st September, 2011

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    Caravelle Epicée by Frapin


    Very dusty and averagely dry spicy chypre  led in the top by a storm of misty spices as probably cardamom, cinnamon, pepper, nutmeg and star anice that in the fading of the whirls unveil a soul of mild woods, sweet-boozy tobacco, patchouli and amber. The last is not fat, some greens whirl in composition and the dry down is light and almost sharp in its mild woody, slightly liquorous, a touch creamy and smokey sweetness. A note of cumin  brings on the side of leather an hint of dissonance and a sweaty human undertone. The note of cumin is not so prominent as in Kingdom ( whose dissonance Caravelle Epicee reminds) but is enough present to be noticeable. Exotic as the wake of a caravel  sailing across the southern seas.

    21st September, 2011

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    Melograno Selvatico by I Profumi di Firenze

    Very similar to Acqua Mirabile Odorosa di Firenze, but instead of Honeysuckle, we have pomegranate. The composition is very simple, and really only consists of three elements. Aside from the fruit, there is also an aquatic feel and a white musk. The balance between the bitter pomegranate and the sweet white musk is nice, and despite its simplicity it's surprisingly unique. But like Acqua, it's unique within the genre of fresh, and within that genre it is firmly planted, for what it's worth.

    21st September, 2011

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    This is not a Pipe by Demeter Fragrance Library

    -This review is for the oil roll-on

    Very very rich and just plain decadence of cherry cavendish pipe tobacco. Just imagine the best pipe tobacco and stick your nose in the bag,that's what u get with this Demeter. Love it. If you love frags like Tom Ford/Tobacco Vanille or Kilian Back to Black. This is for you :-)

    21st September, 2011

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    Jaguar (original) by Jaguar

    I was fortunate to acquire a 125 ml splash bottle, still sealed in the box! It has the wood cap (screw type) and says 85% alcohol. I decanted some into a dab vial and applied it that way. Doing this, I didn't detect much in the way of top notes. It seems like it takes a while for the amber to heat up and help bring the other notes out. The orange is there but muted, and it wafts in and out gently, perhaps for a couple hours. The two main themes here are ones I found in vintage Xeryus and vintage Quorum. From the Quorum type, I get green, leather, and tobacco. The Xeryus type features a strong amber, cedar, and spice type of accord. It's definitely not too sweet, nor musky, and while the lavender note is clear, it's not irritating, as is the case in many "men's" fragrances from the 1980s. One thing that's great about this one is that it offers all the complexity, dynamism, balance, and naturalness you expect from a great vintage fragrance without any qualities that might offend anyone; hence, you can wear it for any occasion. And I see no reason why it would cause problems in hot weather.

    What's really interesting to me is how much variation there is among the reviews. There is certainly a "grassy" aspect to it, but it's not nearly as strong as in a fragrance like Bobby Jones Cologne. There is also an almost gourmand aspect to it, with the vanilla and some other notes generating "toasty" and almost chocolate-like qualities at times. I can also see why some might feel it's powdery, though it's not a particularly strong element. So, if you don't like "shape-shifting" fragrances, this may be one to avoid. On the other hand, if you like what this fragrance offers, this is definitely a "Holy Grail" candidate. However, keep in mind that there could be reformulations, so if you get a fragrance that seems bland and much simpler, one would assume that is the case. Longevity is very good but projection/"sillage" is moderate. Also, the Quorum aspect to it does not last as long as the Xeryus (amber and cedar accord), and the grassy aspect gives way to the toasty, somewhat gourmand aspect, as the scent progresses. Mine was made in Switzerland.

    21st September, 2011

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    Boss Number One by Hugo Boss

    I haven't smelled this since before the 'Number One' was added, but the memory of this fragrance is so incredibly vivid and my experience completely jars with most of the other positive reviews on here.

    I was sixteen. My seventeen year-old high school sweetheart wore Boss. I think he snagged it from his older brother who was somewhat of a bad boy. J, on the other hand, was sweet and goofy and, knowing him, put about as much thought into his choice of fragrance as he did the wrinkled band t-shirts he wore with sand-washed jeans that were two or three years out-of-date.

    It is indeed a very masculine and animal-like scent, as others have described, but the lavender, the sweetness of the honey, and the warm dry-down are what made the scent absolutely perfect for a man-child trying to figure out who he was as an individual while experiencing love for the first time. This is also what made the scent awesome enough to spray on the stuffed lion he'd bought me as a gift so that I could fall asleep with comforting and soft base notes of this really wonderful fragrance which lasted for several nights at a time. Very fond memories of this one and still one of my favorites.

    21st September, 2011

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    No. 5 Eau Première by Chanel

    I feel like I'm committing blasphemy by giving this a thumbs-down.

    I tried it at the Macy's counter hoping I'd have a different experience from No. 5 and liked it. At least I think I liked it. I knew I was supposed to like it and that may well have influenced my purchase, which was totally impulsive. Without opening it, I took it back a few days later knowing I could find it at a much more affordable price elsewhere.

    When I did finally purchase a mini of the EDP, I valiantly tried to convince myself that I loved it. I tried it again yesterday. I don't. It smells to me like a citrus-dipped bar of slightly watered-down Ivory soap and it just becomes less bearable the longer it stays on. This is my experience with No. 5, but Eau Premiere is just a wee bit less dramatic of an experience.

    No. 5 in any form just isn't for me. Color me lonely.

    21st September, 2011

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    Axe Instinct / Lynx Instinct by Axe / Lynx

    I like this one a lot. It's mild and masculine at a time, it does not strike your nostrils with bracing blow, instead it lingers calmly with subtle spices, a little sweet, and tar, and lethery undertone.
    I got an aftershave some few days ago, and it smells a little better than body spray, i'd say closer to the washing gel - smoother and without a touch of unpleasant harshness of the spray. It's not synthetic at all, stop saying that. And it actually dosn't need any of the notes listed below - the frag is complete and well rounded. oh, ok it's not a fancy sparkling fragrance you'd want to put on for your wedding day or to impress someone on a meeting that may change your destiny. But hey it's not even designed to be that way! All it's good for is taking a good shower, putting it on after a shave and going to work or taking a hike - for things a normal guy usually does most of the time. As i've said you don't wanna wear it for a royal raception or to a trendy disco club, but for the rest it works ok! it gives me confident feel and lifts my spirit. and even if you're not into spices and tar, at least it's worth trying!
    i just wish it lasted, but.. for an cologne at 6 bucks 2+ hours will do :)

    21st September, 2011

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    Embrujo de Sevilla by Myrurgia

    I had searched high & low for this discontinued fragrance by Myrurgia, my luck paid off recently with large unused full bottle of the cologne. Everything about this perfume is understated from the unusual design of the bottle/flask to the traditional fresh citrus opening of early 20th century colognes. Top hesperidic notes of mandarin & lemony verveine are followed with a soft spicy carnation and rose heart interspersed with hints of lilac, heliotrope & jasmine drying down to a base slightly reminiscent of mown hay, a touch of civet and the creamiest east Indian santal imaginable. I do not detect any leathery quinolones or tobacco resin in this lesser strength of the perfume although the dry down is persistent lasting for several hours. I believe the extrait is a great deal more carnal & exotic than my sample, the search continues for this holy grail of early Spanish perfumery.

    21st September, 2011

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    Voile D'Ambre by Yves Rocher

    For all you amber lovers out there that are on diets, this is your dish. For once, you get to chose a fully satisfying amber fragrance, with only half the calories. Finally, the heart healthy menu doesn't look quite so dismal.

    A full helping of all these calorie rich notes, but executed with an airy hand. The smell is equal to a much heartier meal, and you will walk away able to fasten your belt buckle.

    You get amber, a dose of citrus, some incense, a helping of myrrhe, and even some opoponax and vanilla for a sweet touch. There is not much patch, as you have to cut back somewhere. In total, this is a great transitional amber fragrance that fulfills, yet doesn't fill you up.

    And your meal will cost less than everyone else at the table - and they will never know. Now that is a bargain.

    21st September, 2011

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    Solo Loewe by Loewe

    Another mass marketed easy fragrance conceived for a dynamic and modern kind of man. What i  finally inhale is a a balanced but synthetic spicy-ambery and incensey smell with undertones of aromatic greens, anise, woods and citrus. The beginning is traditional and tart with its blast of citrus (orange and mandarin prominent), lavender and aromatic, slightly minty greens soared by the chemically  airy  and a bit dissonant effect of the link of caraway and aldehydes. A more intense kind of  sweetness starts in a while to overcome the tartness due to a link of sweet spices and amber. The sweet and prickly olfactory effect of the spices joins itself to a sort of mellow and woodsy dry down that is all cinnamon, boise' elements and vanillic-dusty amber. The balsams are misured but fairly balance the first blast of sour and watery notes. Not bad but a bit too common.

    21st September, 2011

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    Pure Poison by Christian Dior

    I have the EDP of this and i still don't find myself impressed with it's longevity, nor the sillage, which disappoints me (Hypnotic EDT lasts much longer, and sillage is better on me) I do love the scent, being a floral, but i don't think it goes too well with my chemistry.

    I'd say this is the least distinctive of the Dior's in my opinion, and not really gourmand enough for me, and i think it may a bergamot/citrussy based top note, which i often don't like, and could be the reason i'm not as fond of this one as the others.

    That said, i do think it's classy, very well done, and elegant and sophisticated. I give it a thumbs up, more for sentimental reasons, my fiance presented me with this on Valentine's day, so it's special, and i always wear it for him, because he loves it.

    Well done Dior, another well executed fragrance

    21st September, 2011

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    Fracas by Robert Piguet

    If tuberose is not your cup of tea, Fracas will most definitely kill you! But if, like myself, you love tuberose so much you could eat it, well, enjoy! I don't know whether or not this wonderful fragrance has been retouched in the past years (hopefully not), but I do remember the Fracas that was around in the 70's and 80's. Wow! A true explosion of joy! A friend of mine who hated Fracas with a passion told me it reminded her of these little tubes of wax filled with artificial fruity juices we used to buy when we were kids in the 60's. Of course, tuberose is not for everyone. As a matter of fact, I have shamelessly worn many women fragrances over the years but I have never dared trying Fracas. It screams femininity! Many perfumers will agree that Fracas is the best tuberose soliflore ever made. A true classic.

    21st September, 2011

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    Lipstick Rose by Editions de Parfums Frederic Malle

    This is exactly what a Guerlain divinora lipstick smells like. They nailed it.

    21st September, 2011

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    Vent Vert (new) by Pierre Balmain

    Adore the bottle and packaging. Love the old print ad (a girl in a sea of grass). Really like the whole presentation of this perfume (yeah I enjoy green fragrance). Sometimes buying a perfume is buying its image, and I think Vent Vert hit my spot.

    The only thing that kinda bothers me is the fact that I find the opening and middle notes a bit too sweet... But the drydown is amazing though, so I'm still a fan.

    21st September, 2011

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    Icon by Gorilla Perfume

    Lush's sister shop, the defunct BNTBB, had a scent called 'Om' for a while. It smelled like an incense sweetie (if that makes any sense..) It was nice as actual incense, but not very wearable as a scent. To me, Icon is a darker version of Om. (Or, I guess, Om was a lighter version of Icon, since Icon was created first).

    When I first bought my bottle of Icon, I couldn't wear it. The notes didn't gel at all. It was like layering two different scents which did not play well together. So I put it in the back of the cupboard. I tried it again recently (this is about two years after buying it), and it seems to have aged well. It hangs together now, and I like it.

    21st September, 2011

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    Aqua Allegoria Herba Fresca by Guerlain

    I must say that I was not at all expecting to encounter a blast of mint in the opening of Guerlain Aqua Allegoria HERBA FRESCA. I think that I was expecting angelica or culinary herbs such as basil or tarragon. Instead, this composition offers somewhat bitter greens along with a fairly hefty dose of mint.

    This 1999 Aqua Allegoria is certainly more natural smelling than some of Guerlain's recent launches in this series, but I do not really find this particular combination of notes all that appealing. I feel in a sense pulled in two directions: on the one hand, HERBA FRESCA is trying to be a sort of aromatherapy scent; on the other hand, it aspires to be a floral green perfume. I'm not convinced that it succeeds as either.

    21st September, 2011

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    Aqua Allegoria Mentafollia by Guerlain

    Well, I'll have to write quickly to get this review off, as the last few drops of my bottle of Aqua Allegoria MENTAFOLLIA are now mingling with my skin and will soon dissipate forever into the cosmos. I was reminded of this composition by HERBA FRESCA, mainly because I was so surprised that there should be two mint entries in the AA series. When I reached for my bottle of MENTAFOLLIA, I was also surprised to find that I had drained nearly all of the 75ml. I even had to wrench off the nozzle in order to access the last little bit!

    To my nose, MENTAFOLLIA is a successful aromatherapeutic mint composition. This is mostly about mint, with an emphasis on spearmint, but some green tea leaves are present as well, ultimately producing something akin to the aroma of Moroccan mint tea. Although mint festivals are not really my idea of the basis for a bona fide perfume, I don't think that MENTAFOLLIA ever aspired to be such a thing. I regard this as a unisex cologne for hot weather wear. This relatively simple combination of notes is super fresh and super clean, in addition to being uplifting.

    MENTAFOLLIA reminds me somewhat of the BBW TRANQUIL MINT line, which explicitly claims to be aromatherapeutic, and this composition is that to me. I would definitely consider replenishing my now-depleted supply of this refreshing cologne, so I'm obliged to give MENTAFOLLIA a thumbs up, but with the following caveat:

    FOR MINT LOVERS ONLY!!!!

    21st September, 2011

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    Candie's by Candie's


    Do not joke, this is nothing but an headache inducing gummy and plastic cocktail of colored fruits, florals and cream. It could be a decent fragrance for a blond doll.

    21st September, 2011

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    Narciso Rodriguez for Him by Narciso Rodriguez

    Really really like the opening.. as in the 1st 10 minutes...I can see the wet concrete reference a little bit.
    After 10 minutes, im bored and want to wash it off.
    Maybe violets/lavenders don't seem to last long enough for me.

    There are better frags out there and the ratio to thumbs up/ thumbs down should be your clue to move on and try something else.

    Giving it a neutral...barely

    21st September, 2011

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    Lola by Marc Jacobs

    Another fruity floral... the top notes are a bit aggressive and different, but the heart is kind of one dimensional. I don't get a specific flower, just FLORAL (in BIG letters). The drydown is nice if predictable.

    Minimal sillage and reasonable longevity. I prefer fragrances that I can smell on myself without actually sniffing my arm or shirt. I have to go looking for this one, so not one I'd reach for normally. It's fading now, after 8 hours.

    And I think the bottle is UGLY.

    21st September, 2011

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    Solo Loewe Eau de Cologne Intense by Loewe

    I agree with other reviewers, this one is notably different from the original Solo and turns out as a pleasantly fresh, casual, sporty and icy ozonic fougere symilar to Chrome some Zegna and others aquatics but with a disappointing level of distinction in comparison with others. A boring mix of citrus, greens,watery fruits, spices, ozonic and in general synthetic and aldehydates addings.

    21st September, 2011 (Last Edited: 28 September, 2011)

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    No. 88 by Czech & Speake

    i was very eager to try this based on the positive reviews. it didnt disappoint . This is a beautiful rose scent . on my skin i get the scent of "oddfellows" ( the aromatic sweets ). We had a pelargonium( geramium ) which smelled this way and used to make our cats smell of it if they brushed against it. A very dandy and victorian-like scent . Splendid stuff my good fellow !

    21st September, 2011 (Last Edited: 06 October, 2011)

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    Black Soul by Ted Lapidus

    This shares the bubble gum and leather/suede notes that are in 1 Million.

    But I think it is probably better. More refined. This is good.

    And certainly not as loud as $1 mill!.

    21st September, 2011 (Last Edited: 07 November, 2011)

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