Happy Birthday to one of my very favorite Basenoters!
Happy Birthday, O Wise Historian-dude!
A belated happy birthday from me too! All the best and many happy returns of the day!
I love that you share a birthday with debonair Cary Grant!
Happy Birthday Ody, O Wise one!
Happy Birthday, Ody! I hope you have a wonderful day!
Thank you, I look forward to checking them all out.
Hey Odysseusm, thanks for returning my message. I may not explained myself well, I do have a bottle with: "H pour hommes" at the top.
In your review of this cologne I thought you meant that DiCarpo was on the bottle.
So now that that is all out of the way I guess I do have what you describe as the one you review under "H Pour Hommes" here on basenotes.
I am now set straight and have an idea of Fougere Royale's history, my eyes just about popped out of my head when I saw this bottle of "H pour hommes" for sale at an estate sale, at the time I was thinking it was the original "Fourgere Royale" by Houbigant!
How I envy you, having an original. Well maybe somewhere down the road I can find myself an original Houbigant masterpiece!
Hi, I enjoy your reviews and would be curious what you would recommend for a sexy, romantic evening. The catch is that it's for going out dancing and most scents that fit this description feel suffocating in warm, active environments. BTW, I just bought a 10 ml. bottle of Cedar Lavender men's fragrance by Maroma from Whole Foods. Just tried it once at the grocery but so far, I like it.
I'm coming to you because I really need help on a little gem I just found.
I read your review for H Pour Hommes.
In your description you mentioned the subsidiary co. of Houbigant and their release with their name on the bottle.
Well I have come across a bottle of H Pour Hommes but the name of the co. is nowhere on the bottle.
It does say "Eau De Cologne 90" though. followed by Fougere Royale.
What am I looking at here?
Your insight is very much appreciated! Thanks for any input.
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