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    Re: Which fragrance houses do you like the most?

    At this moment in time—

    Chanel
    Histoires de Parfums
    Parfums Nicolai
    &
    Nasomatto as up and comer ...
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    Re: Your absolute #1 favorite vetiver?

    At the moment Iet me be the first to endorse

    Lubin Itasca , whose full name as shown on the box is "le vetiver Itasca."

    Excellent blend of resinous, piney accords with a backbone of quality...
  3. Re: A lounge just for us "Over sprayers" to discuss our SOTD and how many sprays were needed.

    Bloody head cold just setting in since last night.

    To ensure that I'd smell what I chose after my second shower of the day I went with .... drum roll:

    Eight full sprays if Bijan Men. Four...
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    Equipage vs Z-14 / Long lost brothers?

    I'm new to Equipage this week (got a 10ml vintage decant) and it just hit me how much it makes me recall Z-14, which I've not worn in a good while, I'll admit.

    As it happens I'm away on holiday,...
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    Re: Your vintage SOTD

    Testing a spray of vintage Equipage on my right wrist at the moment. (It's very good, not sure if fbw at vintage Hermes pricing ... TBD, for now.)
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    Re: Did anyone else treat themselves this Xmas?

    I found one of everybody's favorite online resellers had two from my long-term wish list in stock at a fair price, so I will finally have these faves in my wardrobe,

    Acqua di Parma Colonia...
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    Re: Which Creed would you wear for Christmas?

    Fun thread topic ...

    From the OP's choices, GIT.

    From my Creeds I'd go with BdP.

    (Kind of wish I'd brought it it me on holiday, come think of it.)
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    Re: Committed to the game ... Shaved my arms.

    Generic follow up—

    I typically apply to the nape of the neck, and the ribcage (left and right, skipping the chest center to prevent becoming anosmic).

    Neither of those areas for me are hairy...
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    Re: Committed to the game ... Shaved my arms.

    True, good sir, but in my analysis, I need to isolate what's where (main objective) and also easily scrub down if more test rounds are needed.

    Being more bare helps with both of those.
    ...
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    Committed to the game ... Shaved my arms.

    Fragrance comrades,

    I won't bury the lede here.

    Not shaved bare with a razor, mind you, but I used my beard/grooming trimmer.

    I am fairly lightly haired, but my forearms—primo scent...
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    Re: Today I bought December 2016

    Just to clarify, I picked up the EdT, not the EdP (photo from Luckyscent I used showed both).

    Of course, the EdP may very well be warranted in the near future. <grin>
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    Re: Today I bought December 2016

    PdN New York , at retail from Scent Bar | Luckyscent
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    Re: The Best Vetiver Fragrance?

    I am most of the way through a bottle if this and have a backup in the wings. The was some chatter a year or so ago about it being dropped and I like it too much not to get a second bottle at...
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    Re: The Best Vetiver Fragrance?

    Ditto. (And on my shortlist of FBW top dollar frags that I swear I will acquire sooner or later. I really enjoy this every time I steal a spray at those retailers that have a Mallé counter. Good...
  15. Re: Gianfranco Ferré for Man (1986) classics never die!

    purecaramel:

    That's valuable info and, for me, fully explains why I am so quick to defend the black bottle. I can't lay my hands on that box right now but I'll look at the labeling and what not to...
  16. Re: Gianfranco Ferré for Man (1986) classics never die!

    Here, here to many of you and much of what's been said. This is a thread I have considered opening myself, as GFFM is my signature scent—where weather permits—if not my 'number one' frag (whatever...
  17. Re: NEW: Cedrat by L'Occitane En Provence!

    Funny. It's occurred to me that I basically have no aquatics in my wardrobe, but have come around to appreciating them when chosen appropriately.

    As such, I may end up seriously considering...
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    Re: Vetiver Recommendations I haven't tried

    +1 for Itasca -- on my wish list.

    Also, Vetiver Extraordinaire is possibly my fave of the genre, even ahead of Sycomore. I just haven't made the leap to spend for it yet. (Sycomore was a birthday...
  19. Re: NEW: Cedrat by L'Occitane En Provence!

    I don't see this as a flanker at all. Also the thread subject is misleading, as the actual name is L'Homme Cologne Cedrat.

    Because L'Occitane has released two frags based on a common citrus need...
  20. Re: Please suggest some decent black/pink pepper scents

    +1

    /Acey
  21. Re: NEW: Cedrat by L'Occitane En Provence!

    I saw retail bottles of this in Los Angeles metro area last weekend. Descentered rather nails it in all dimensions, I'd say, even with the bottle comment (as a Himalaya owner).

    Not much like the...
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    Re: Fragrance stores in Hawaii and LA

    You've said you're now staying closer to Downtown LA (Staples Center) but in any case I wanted to mention; a single mile in LA is more like 5 or even 10 miles anywhere else in terms of time and...
  23. Re: Imagine if catastrophe struck & you had to start over with your wardrobe. Where would you start

    I concur with those who remarked that their collection would be rebuilt at a much lesser scale.

    It seems like that'd be a natural outcome of how we all look back at our past; there are so many...
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    Re: Spotted at Marshalls, TJ Maxx, Ross, etc. Vol. 3

    Yeap, and now Chick-Fil-A is in SoCal (popping all over LA), but, alas, no In-n-Out in Hapeville.... (ChuckW knows what I'm talking about).

    /Acey
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    Re: What is your "Go To" scent??

    Handful that come readily to mind:

    Monsieur de Givenchy
    Mugler Cologne
    Chanel Sycomore
    Paco Rabanne Pour Homme
    Green Irish Tweed
    Gianfranco Ferre For Man (my signature)

    /Acey
  26. Re: Looking for a Lime/Black Pepper type of fragrance

    Might I suggest a cologne named "Lime & Black Pepper."

    Seems like a good fit. /*wink*/

    From English shaving outfitter St James of London.

    I've sampled - good quality, great value. Quite...
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    Poll: Re: Aqua di Parma Which One Would You Buy ??

    I've sampled them all but the Quercia several times and I consistently keep coming back to the Essenza.

    As such, it's now on my short list to buy as soon as funds allow.
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    Re: Today I bought June 2016

    @Diddy
    >>On the bright side, it sure was nice seeing a bottle of anything with OAKMOSS listed under the ingredients!

    Agreed on the "where's the evernia prunastri?" sentiment.

    I'm still on the...
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    Re: Today I bought June 2016

    Made a stop at my local full service sole proprietorship perfume store, and also my local fashion outlet (cough ^Ross^ cough).

    Here's the take. (2x bottles of the YSL, fyi)

    Cheers,
    /Acey
    ...
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    Re: Name a surprisingly wonderful cheap fragrance

    While I appreciate his insights, unfortunately I can no longer read Darvant's reviews.

    There's a great lesson from programming that is equally useful in prose:

    Whitespace is free. (Y'all know...
  31. Re: Popular scents that everybody loves that you dont!

    Terre d'Hermes - sickly sweet synthetic; cloying to me now. (But used to wear the hell out of it.)

    Millesime Imperiale - oranges over ambergris. So meh. (But I like Creeds, by and large.)
    ...
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    Re: VC&A TSAR. reformulation?

    Thanks Slayerized, I think I'm squared away now.

    What got me crossed up is that the first reformulation/repackaging ("ribbed bottle") looks so modern that I thought it had to be the most current...
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    Re: VC&A TSAR. reformulation?

    I'm confused and think we need a definitive bottle timeline. From what I can tell the "leaf" box is the next to newest release, not the current, which is now a solid green box with totally redone...
  34. Re: Dark,Masculine, Versatile,Pleasant, Long lasting

    +1 for GFFM.

    IMHO, don't fret vintage (clear brown bottle) vs current (opaque black). While I detect differences in some respects but the current is in no way inferior.
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    Re: Spotted at Marshalls, TJ Maxx, Ross, etc. Vol. 3

    Well if Antaeus is a shocker (at retail sticker, at least) then here's a genuine eyebrow lifter—

    At my nearest Ross—which I haven't dropped in on in a week, at l—what do I see when I get to the...
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    Sticky: Re: Which scent gets you the most female compliments?

    We've re-organized our work-space at my office recently; as a result I'm getting to know folks who were previously on the other side (or other floors) of our office.

    Since that change, I've made...
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    Re: Powerhouse Showdown - Quick Poll

    Thanks to everyone for all your inputs so far.

    I like how the tally is so widely split—that says to me that I posed an interesting set of options, and that there isn't really any wrong choice...
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    Powerhouse Showdown - Quick Poll

    BNers,

    I just blind bought Halston Z-14 and am totally digging it (recent bottle; has treemoss, but no oakmoss).

    I am going to do a little more shopping for value powerhouse frags, so should...
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    Re: Penhaligon's Suggestions

    +1 for Douro, especially, and Opus 1870 as well.

    Endymion is new to me, but so far I certainly believe calls for more testing.
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    Re: Today I bought April 2016

    This was a late March order off eBay, but just took delivery today:

    YSL Jazz, 50 ml, "pre-reformulation" (at least I think all the older style packaging was early formulation. //consciously...
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    Re: The Art Of Layering - Successful Stories

    I considered opening a new thread but this one is current so here goes-

    Terre d'Hermès (EdP, but EdT should work) followed by Ck One, in equal parts.

    On my skin it creates a rich, niche quality...
  42. Poll: Re: Which Would You Buy? Aramis New West, Hermes D'Orange Verte Concentre, or Aqua Fahrenheit?

    I like New West (my bottle is 'vintage') but still pick the...

    Hermès

    ... which I recently got a 200ml of,as a testament to my opinion.

    I'm not familiar with the Dior, though, sounds like I...
  43. Re: Kicked To The Curb...One Time Favorite Scents You No Longer Love Anymore...

    I saw this thread but didn't peek inside to comment because I didn't want to get shamed for saying my victim is...

    TdH (!)

    It looks like my progression was a very similar story to some of the...
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    Re: Recommendations on a Cartier men's fragrance?

    +1 on Jack's +1 of Santos Concentre.

    This stuff is an intoxicating maelstrom of everything that I like in a fragrance. It's one of Foetidus's top picks, and I can see why.

    Amazing juice.
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    Re: A friend has asked me for help...

    Looks like I'll be the first to suggest

    Gianfranco Ferre For Man

    Huge, spicy and dark, sillage is manageable with careful dosing (even in heat), and the drydown is off the hook delish.
    ...
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    Re: Versace Pour Homme Vs. Allure Homme Sport?

    I lean toward the Chanel, but I do enjoy the Versace. Full disclosure - I don't own either, but have auditioned both frequently.

    And if you like AHS, I encourage you to check out the Eau Extreme...
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    Re: Softer Sillage or Inoffensive Fragrances?

    Seems that your wardrobe is yet to feature a true eau de cologne this is as good a reason as any to spend a little to add one.

    4711 & Guerlain were mentioned and worthwhile, but my vote goes for...
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    Re: IMO, the best type of compliment

    I commute by bus (~35 min ride) and I'm cognizant, at least, if not downright cautious, that I could get known as "The Cologne Guy," as I see lots of the same faces every day.

    A local bus ride...
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    Re: Today I bought March 2016

    I ordered two bottles today, one blind - Cartier Santos Concentree, the other tested on skin a couple of times - Diptyque Tam Dao EdP.

    I love huge, monster powerhouses -- although I know when and...
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    Re: Today I bought March 2016

    Today I picked up a backup bottle of—

    L'Occitane Vetyver.

    Rumored to be soon phased out, and the associate noted they don't have any flanker products (shower gel, bar soap, etc) for that...
  51. Re: Breaking News - I just joined the Azzaro PH Fan Club

    @NickZee

    Sounds promising! I will certainly be looking out to try Cuiron when I can. (I'm "lucky" (groan) in that I can can pop down to LuckyScent in BH easy as you please).

    Still, for 5...
  52. Breaking News - I just joined the Azzaro PH Fan Club

    BNers,

    There is a Ross down the block from my office and last week I saw some of the new 100ml refillables of Azzaro PH.

    I've sniffed it a few times at the mall and appreciated the masterful...
  53. Re: Your pick for "best doctor's appointment frag"

    Thanks for the thoughtful feedback from everyone.

    As I was falling asleep last night I had plans to go with either Sycamore or Sartorial, just a single spray to the torso.

    But as much as I'd...
  54. Your pick for "best doctor's appointment frag"

    I have a MD appointment early omorrow, and while I'm surfing BN before bed I'm thinking, "Hmm, what's the best call for SoTD tomorrow?"

    It will be cool when I arrive (13c° or so), but of course...
  55. Thread: Zino or Havana

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    Re: Zino or Havana

    I'm a little late in finding this thread, but I'm compelled to throw my hat in the ring.

    I have full bottles of both - not sure if my Zino is old or new formulation (c. 2008).

    My Havanas are...
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    Re: Bois du Portugal without the Creed base?

    @MonsieurChanel

    Just a quick note—I just found a reviewer of BdP who stated that it was created by Creed as an homage to Chanel Pour Monsieur.

    I'd forgotten that BdP is actually a new...
  57. Re: Seeking recommendations for boutique daily office frag

    @StylinLA

    Please let us know how your NM visit goes. I'll be stopping in this week sometime, the BH store is just about ten minutes from my Westwood office.

    I really want to hear your thoughts...
  58. Re: Seeking recommendations for boutique daily office frag

    @StylinLA

    Great input from everyone, but I'll riff off your response to try and cover lots of what's been suggested.

    Of those scents that are new to me, the MFK Masculin Pluriel looks like it...
  59. Seeking recommendations for boutique daily office frag

    I'm seeking input for a specific addition to my line-up of "daily driver/at-the-office" frags.

    I'd like to find something from a large-production boutique house (e.g., ranging from L'Artisan,...
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    Re: Bois du Portugal without the Creed base?

    While agree on the Cardin PH, my first BDP substitute frag is Chanel Pour Monsieur.

    I have some vintage and it's close to being a peer with Creed BDP. Awesome juice.

    (And now available again...
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    Re: Best office fragrance for men in 30s and 40s

    Eau De Rochas Homme (as recently suggested here and purchased by me). Clean, zesty, well blended juice.
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    Re: Formal cologne, but not to feminine.

    +1 for
    Chanel Pour Monsieur
    Creed BdP (wore this at my wedding)
    +0 for
    Heritage (maybe to powdery for the OP -- but I do love it)
  63. Re: help choosing amazing office scent from Rodeo Drive district

    Who stocks this, I will certainly check it out.

    No one has mentioned Sycomore, but the comments are too good for me to miss it, so I'll be stopping at the Chanel boutique as well.
  64. help choosing amazing office scent from Rodeo Drive district

    Fellow BNers-

    I'm looking to acquire an extremely well made scent for frequent wear at my new gig.

    The office vibe in my division is rather casual (Technology) but the firm itself actually...
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    Re: Scent for golf?

    I only have some samples, but I agree that Penhaligon's Racquets would be a great call.

    Choosing from my full sized bottles, I select Guerlain Vetiver more than any other for days on the links.
    ...
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    Re: Wearing a scent to sleep?

    Let me echo those who mentioned Mugler Cologne. Despite its sharp initial presentation, it's great to go to bed by, I think because it's reminiscent of fresh laundry.

    When I want something softer...
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    Re: Which Fragrance do you use most often?

    Guerlain Vetiver, without a doubt.

    My 75ml of this is nearly gone, so I've been going to my newly acquired Vetiver Sport, quite often, too.
  68. Re: CERRUTI POUR HOMME - Anybody still loving it ?

    This is stellar juice. It's in my top five, but is further distinguished because there's nothing like it. (Note that I've not smelled R de Capucci - yet).

    I recently attended a tony black tie...
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    Re: SotD, Tuesday, 13 May 2008

    Opting for Versace L'Homme (original 80's) for my visit to the California DMV today...
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    Re: SOTD - Sunday, May 11, 2008

    Tuscany by Aramis
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    Re: SotD Tuesday 6th of May

    Versace L'Homme.

    What a super juice!
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    Re: Fragrance Cabinet

    I understand and agree that light is the enemy of "the sacred juices".

    However two factors compensate here: 1) glass is a UV filter, so the glass front of a wine chiller should block the bad,...
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    Re: Post A Picture of Your Scents

    Here's my collection, most of it at least. The spares and up-for-trades are in shoeboxes below this cabinet.

    http://www.tjexpress.net/images/aceymans_frags-800.jpg

    and a bigger version of...
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    Re: Fragrance Cabinet

    If I had room I'd get a medium sized wine cooler. I'm of the opinion that fridge temps (<4 deg C) are too cold for juice that has natural oils. (I cite the night I put my GIT in the fridge only to...
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    Re: Most Versatile Creed

    Depending on your prevailing climate, I'd tend to say BdP.

    For me it's always "comfortably formal" in a way that makes it never feel out of place. And, of course, the quality is off the charts.
    ...
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    Re: New Job. New Cologne.

    While Guerlain Vetiver is in my top five everyday colognes, I was hesitant to make it my pick here due to the tobacco note that some find prominent and ashen. I can barely 'get' the tobacco, only...
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    Re: New Job. New Cologne.

    Many good mentions here, so let me throw in Dunhill Edition. Readily available, affordable, a little unique, but never off-putting.

    Now that I think about it, I do believe I'll make it my SoTD.
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    Re: Francis Kurkdjian's big bag of tricks..

    A coincidental, but relevant, note since we are talking about Mr. Kurkdjian here -- tomorrow (in my time zone, at least) is 24 April which is the traditional day of remembrance of the Armenian...
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    Re: Your top 3 everyday, workhorse fragrances.

    Chanel Pour Monsieur
    Mugler Cologne
    BdP

    About BdP -- while pricey, it's widely available, so you can use every day without fear of running out of anything but funds.

    And a hearty "amen" to...
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    Like Egoiste.. but better?

    BNers-

    I've had access to a friends Chanel Egoiste (the "Concentree") recently, and I'm a believer. Plus, it smells divine on my GF, so it certainly will get lots of wear between us.

    Before I...
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    Re: classy,deep,not to sweet winter scent

    I must second the mentions of Gucci Envy.

    For something of a twist, with more powder and more power, I'd give Oscar de la Renta's Pour Lui a whirl. Go easy at first, as this one is clearly a...
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    Re: SOTD - Saturday 19 April 2008

    SoTD: Tuscany, by Aramis

    ... my third Aramis scent in a row, I might add. Good juice with good prices(at retail, at least).
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    Re: SOTD Friday 18th April

    SotD: New West, by Aramis
    SoLN: (Scent of Last Night): Havana, by Aramis, worn to a movie screening with lots of pretty people and a few stars, as well. It's hard to stand out on a night like...
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    Re: scents that have no equal

    I am going to claim that Nino Cerruti p/h is unmatched. Maybe I'm wrong, and some BNer will cite a readily available clone that's currently available <rubs hands together wickedly>
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    Re: SotD Monday 14th April 2008

    SoTD: Terre d'Hermes
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    Re: let us find a king

    At risk of making this juice even more expensive in the wild, I nominate Havana, by Aramis.

    Amazing, unique and unequaled in my brief experience as a BNer.

    (I must go resample Kouros though; I...
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    Re: B*men question.

    B*men was my first 'real' fragrance. Nothing like A*mean whatsoever, to my nose. I think it's the rhubarb that provides what comes across as a pine-sap note. I compare it to original Polo (green)...
  88. Re: Most addictive, pull your wrist to your nose scents

    Fresh, genuine Green Irish Tweed always has me smelling my skin, particularly while the opening notes are still in force.

    This makes me realize that I really should wear it more often. Good juice.
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    Re: scents for the couch and boxer shorts

    I frequently wear the original Pierre Cardin EDC. It's well blended and lovely, but doesn't last very long on me. That's OK, because it's so affordable. Of course, using it in the evening means it...
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    Re: SOTD Tuesday, 8 April

    SoTD- Mugler Cologne
    SoTE- to be decided
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    Re: Chanel Pour Monsieur

    I have a semi-vintage bottle that looks much like the one of the left side of TwoRoads photo. However my bottle has a paper label, apparently predating the use of painted/silk-screened bottles. The...
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    New West reappearance

    Ok, after the recent Nicole Miller thread (very interesting) I figured it was time to post this.

    My local Nordstrom's just got a case of Aramis New West in a couple of weeks ago. Being a top-line...
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    Re: If you could only have one scent...

    Chanel Pour Monsieur. I'd take BdP if it lasted longer; it is marvelous juice.

    Heritage would be a close second, particularly if price and availability were issues.

    I wish this were "One cool...
  94. Re: Fancy Dress Party Scent 4 tomorrow Help please Guys

    I recently attended a Hollywood red-carpet affair and I went with Chanel Pour Monsieur (not in your wardrobe), but Bois du Portugal was my runner up choice. So for you I'd go with the BdP. It's as...
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    Advice: big anniversary date fragrance

    Dear BNers-

    Tonight marks my first anniversary with my girl. I don't know what we're doing exactly, but I want to be my best, naturally.

    So, what do I wear? I won't be in a suit or tux, and...
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    Re: Today I bought...

    I just ordered the original Versace L'Homme and blindly added a 75ml bottle of Davidoff Zino while I was at it.

    Also, I must mention that I got 3 new bottles of the original Nino Cerutti pour...
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    Finest L'Occitane for men?

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