Tea for Two by L'Artisan Parfumeur - 4.5
Patou pour Homme (original) by Jean Patou - 5
Terre d'Hermès by Hermès - the original - 4
Timbuktu by L'Artisan Parfumeur it's ok but I'm not a fan
Cuba by Czech & Speake the vintage is great - 5+ but it has been reformulated
Private Collection - L'Ombre Fauve by Parfumerie Generale - have a sample but haven't tested it yet -sounds good
Idole de Lubin by Lubin - nice but I've never been much of a fan - 4 - I have a sample of the EDP version that I havn't tested yet
Lumière Noire pour Homme by Maison Francis Kurkdjian 5 for the scent but 2.5 for the longevity on my skin
Absolue Pour Le Soir by Maison Francis Kurkdjian - love the non-absolu version - haven't tried the absolu version
Bois d'Arménie by Guerlain -5
I don't find the star ratings terribly useful and abandoned using it for my own collection some years ago. These ratings reflect only my personal like/dislike, not any objective critical analysis. Here goes:
Vetiver Guerlain ****
Jardins d'Amalfi- have not tried
Musc Ravageur- only smelled on paper, a tentative ****
Habit Rouge *****
Une Fleur de Cassie ****
Concentre d'Orange Verte *****
Parfum Sacre- haven't smelled since the 90's, ***** for that version
Eau de Guerlain ****
Endymion- have not tried (but need to; how did I miss this Pen's?)
Royal Oud **
Hope this is helpful!
The only one I'm familiar with is Andy Warhol for Men, and it is a very good, pleasant, highly wearable scent.
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