Casual by Paul Sebastian?
Casual by Paul Sebastian is a great perfume IMO, that does not get enough respect, but it is not what I had in mind here.
Polo is just another brother of the huge Polo family, the one I mean is just the little and unique "brother" of a monster of a scent launched in the 70's and it is a very unique scent, and as I said, it gets a "LOT" of flack here and in the main forum. Again, I have not seen any mention of the little brother in here at all.
Eau de Grey Flannel?
yeah.. 70s clue throws horizon out of picture. so its eau de GF or azzaro chrome. Or may be halston unbound.
Shamu, it is your turn now
Okay. I think it almost goes without saying that we'll stay away from niche perfumes, since there are too many and most are too obscure for anyone to be able to guess. Plus they're hardly ever consistent with the theme of the group.
This frag keeps within the old school theme of this group (not a powerhouse), so there's one weak clue. It is a chypre (to my nose), is still in production, and is made by a company that has a very solid history of consistently making high quality, unique men's fragrances for reasonable prices. Relased before1990. I'm sure you have all heard of this fragrance, but many of you have probably not tried it.
Aramis 900? (totally theoretically, haven't worn an Aramis yet.)
We need more clues, but I'll throw Capucci pH as a wild, wild guess
Is it cheating to have multiple guesses?
One Man Show ... oh wait that's a powerhouse
English Blazer ... originally by Yardley
And even though I've smelled neither:
Stetson by Coty
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