I originally thought Mazzolari Vetiver would be my favorite, but now I smelling a little too much floral in the vetiver, and if I wanted floral vetiver, I think Guerlain's Femme V. is the best.
Etro's V is a possibility - very raw, but there's something about Etros except for Messe du Minuit that I am always a little annoyed by, but I suggest you try it. L'Artisan's is mossy and has possibilities, but I can't remember the longevity. Lorenzo V's is a strong possibility for my next purchase, but I get a kind of Liquid Smoke tinge to it that doesn't come through in the silage but, damnit, I love to smell the vetiver on my skin, and that smoky thing just annoys me. Annick Goutal's would be a favorite of mine but my bottle turned (the only bottle I've ever had that's gone bad) and I am gun shy about replacing it.
I hope this helps a bit. I'll keep thinking and maybe will come up with more. Good luck.
I know what you mean about Floris Vetiver - I love it and I bought three bottles when they were closing it out. 1.3 of those bottles are gone now.
I haven't reviewed my vetivers ye because I still am not panicked about my dwindling Floris, and I don't have a lot of time now because I'm knee deep in an argument with the IRS. You might have a problem because it seems too many except for Floris and the original Route du V. have a thing with either citrus or longevity problems. Route du V is very raw and I wear it as ofter as my meager supply of the vintage lasts... it might be a bit raw for you. Yesterday I stumbled upon about 20 decants that I had misplaced and among them was L'Occitane Vetyver and I tried it again and really liked its warm and clear vetiver - quite unusual. I'd buy it in a minute except that it has longevity problems on my skin, but I suggest you try it to see how it works on you. CONT..
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