Noble Cedar by Chopard
Habanita by Molinard 2012 reformulation
the 1st 2 I am very sure are solid
not 2 sure about Habanita??
Interesting that you chose those three - I recently blind-bought Hommage and Noble Cedar, myself.
Ok, the Hommage wasn't totally blind - it got broken in a shipment along with a bottle of Kiehl's Musk, which I had tried before, so technically I'd smelled the Hommage on cardboard mixed in with the Kiehl's :)
I don't really like the Noble Cedar - it smells very nondescript. This could have easily been released by any half-decent design house.
It has a decent dry vetiver note in there, and the birch gives it a smoky quality, but it's a far cry from a must-have.
The Lalique is terrific, however. Great value, and as JiveHippo said, the tobacco/floral combination smells both interesting and very pleasant.
I will say that both bottles are quite nice. The Lalique's draws its inspiration from the house's glass and crystal sculpting, and the Chopard's from its watch-making background (I just noticed that the cap looks very much like a metal watch bracelet).