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  1. Re: Aramis committing fragrance Blasphemy: Aramis Cool Blend New Fragrance

    If this has the same relationship to Aramis that Kouros Fraîcheur does to Kouros, then I will be a very happy camper indeed!
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    Re: Should a Man Have an Arsenal?

    There is true merit in both ways.

    I used to test fragrances extensively, but only buy one. Then I'd use it exclusively every day, but inevitably grow bored with it before I finished the bottle...
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    Re: Why did you choose your Basenotes name?

    Jan was my wife's name. She died in 2006, at just 43 years old.

    The rest is self-explanatory.
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    Re: What Are The BEST Shower gels Around?

    I'll second Molton Brown's Black Pepper, and add a BIG vote for the same company's Blissful TempleTree, which makes a great base for any of the Kouros scents.

    The Lynx/Axe Instinct Shower Gel is...
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    Sticky: Re: Which scent gets you the most female compliments?

    I'd never gotten a comment of any sort from a woman about my scent(s), and then two in a fortnight...

    The most dramatic one occurred last week when I went to collect my daughter from school.

    I...
  6. Re: Comme des Garçons Series 3 - Incense: Do I need all of them?

    I'll second the Armani, though it's damn expensive.

    I'll also second the Jaisalmer, which is my favourite of the CdG Incense series, followed closely by Avignon.

    If you like the latter, I'll...
  7. Re: When the shower gel is bettah than the juice itself...

    I'll second the mention of Moulton Brown Black Pepper gel - it's really amazing (yet the juice is just mediocre). It makes a greta base for any incense- or oriental-based scent.

    I'll also add that...
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    Re: Eau D'Iparie by L’Occitane: A Review.

    I really like this - bought a bottle on sale in a local l'Occitane store. I find it very similar to CdG EdP, though not quite as complex.
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    Re: Fragrance & Men?

    Do young men think of anything else, besides eating? I don't think I did...

    But you may take comfort in the fact that you have 'laid the foundations' (no pun intended) for a life-long love of...
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    Re: Encens flamboyant

    I bought this a few weeks back directly from the Goutal web site. I also bought the shower gel. It's gorgeous, though the incense note is stronger in the shower gel, while the EdP is more smokey.
    ...
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    Re: Nostalgia vs Garage vs Tar

    I haven't been able to try Nostalgia yet, but I own both Tar and Garage.

    Tar starts out smelling just like its namesake, which is fun, but the dry-down is really gorgeous. So to me, it's the more...
  12. Re: Burberry Brit vs. Zino Davidoff by Davidoff?

    I'll row in on Zino too. Deep, dirty and long-lasting.

    Of course, you can also try Heritage too, given that it's modeled closely on Zino.
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    Re: Five L'Artisan samples ordered

    I've got full bottles of four of the five you are sampling, so the answer is yes!

    They are all quite different too, so you'll have to form an opinion about each.
  14. Re: Looking for a classy citrus (not Eau Sauvage)...

    I know you don't like Eau Suavage, nor do I. But the Cuir Fraicheur version is terrific, and fifferent enough to justify a test.

    You should also try the "Fraicheur" Limited Edition version of...
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    Re: L'Occitane Eau D'Iparie

    I like it a lot - not unlike a less-sophisticated version of CdG original EdP.
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    Re: Annick Goutal: Musc Nomade

    I ordered a bottle of Encens Flamboyant directly from the Goutal web site a couple of weeks ago, along with the EF shower gel. Both are exquisite, albeit understated.

    When my package arrived it...
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    Re: Coriolan Conspiracy

    Yes, I'd say it's a very safe blind buy indeed.

    Coriolan is stately and elegant, a sheer green scent similar to Kiton for Men, but more complicated and rich. This is a terrific scent for those...
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    Re: Boozy scent recommendations?

    I'll second Michael for Men by Michael Kors

    I'll also add:

    Pallisander by CdG - Great boozy note coupled with wood
    Nicole Miller for Men by Nicole Miller - Recently re-launched and a very...
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    Re: Favorites and Hair Color and Birth Month

    I'll join in too, if I may.

    Note: Frankincense
    Hair: Salt & Pepper, but once brown
    Sign: Cancer

    Are any real trends developing?
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    Re: A gift for my youthful 48yo father

    How about CdG Man2 - it's a veitver-based scent that also smells of cedar and incense. It doesn't have great longevity though.

    You might also try Lalique Encre Noire, which takes vetiver in a...
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    Re: Hey Guys..recs for "incense" fragrances????

    Here are a few must-tries:

    Eau Lente - Diptyque (Powerful stuff, almost bleak, but beautiful)
    Eau d'Iparie Myrrh et Incens - l'Occitane (Similar to CdG EdP, but less expensive!)
    Cardinal - Heely...
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    Re: One last smell B4 you die

    I'd go for one of the great incense scents - Avignon, Cardinal or the Armani... I think that would be the best way to be "swept away." :engel017:

    Then again, if I had that flatulent fat nurse in...
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    Re: Long lasting, winter scent

    Also give Nicole Farhi Man a shot.

    It manages to be both cool and spicy at the same time, with a gorgeous transparency and decent longevity too. (You'll also be able to buy it cheap in a gift set...
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    Re: Versace, Black Jeans

    Usually I pass right by my bottle of Black Jeans whilst reaching for a different scent - but every time I actually pick it up and spray it I am reminded of how great it is.

    It smells exactly as...
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    Re: Getting myself a Christmas Present

    I know Mentafolia was mentioned earlier, but also try Herba Fresca from the Guerlain counter... It's the best summery take on mint I've ever smelled. It is an instant mood lifter!

    For cedar don't...
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    Re: Most Likeable Caron

    I blind bought all of my Carons (as no one sells them here either).

    I recommend them all!

    But my favourites run like this:

    1) Yatagan - Stunning! Better than or equal to many niche scents...
  27. Re: Porsche Design Essence...anyone tested it yet?

    I've tried this on my skin twice now, and I thought it was absolutely GANK. It smelled cheap, unoriginal and like half a dozen other scents I've already smelled. :(

    But given the general...
  28. Re: The 2nd Annual Official Michael Storer Winter Star Test Sample Discussion Thread

    I've posted this on the men's side, but saw the link to this one, so here are my thoughts:

    I got my bottle yesterday and I'm knocked out by it - it's different to anything I already own. It's...
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    Re: Got my Winter Star today!!!

    I got my bottle yesterday and I'm knocked out by it - it's different to anything I already own. It's spicy, powdery, enveloping and... skanky! There's a dirty undertone to it that sets it apart from...
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    Re: Do any frag have a plastic smell?

    Another frag with a vinyl smell to it is Rykiel Man by Sonia Rykiel. Bought this cheap at TK Maxx and really like it... In fact, it's so oddball that it could be re-bottled under the CdG brand...
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    Re: I need a IceCold recommendation

    I'll second Nicole Farhi pour homme, which is a bracing spicy scent.

    Also try Sander for Men by Jill Sander, which is a cool (maybe not icy, but cold enough) incense/spice scent. Very wintery to...
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    Re: Orange and Spice?

    Etro's Messe de Minuit - you get incense and spice, with orange buired deep in the mix
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    Re: Funeral. Question

    Avignon...for obvious reasons I think...
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    Re: Tea fragrances

    My two favourites are:

    Te Brun by Jean Charles Brosseau

    Black Jeans by Versace


    Both can now be found quite cheaply. The Te Brun doesn't get much love here, but I think it's a great,,...
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    Re: what is a reasonable sized wardrobe

    I hit 200 bottles some time ago and have pretty well stopped buying for the moment.

    But I'd say half that number would cover the essential "food groups," plus allow you to explore your favourite...
  36. Re: These are the fragrances every newcomer must try

    Thanks for doing that PerfumeAddict... :wave::wave:

    That list is a very fine starting point. And grouping them into categories means "newbies" could compare scents within each group to see what...
  37. Re: These are the fragrances every newcomer must try

    Yatagan has already been mentioned and I think it's essential. It was my first blind buy and I LOVED it from the start! If you can embrace this one you can handle anything...

    I'll add Ungaro III...
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    Re: H&M by Comme des Garcons - my review

    Bought my bottle yesterday and agree with pretty much all of the descriptions above. There are hints of several other CdG scents in it - the Incense, Red and Synthetics series - bound together with a...
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    Re: Compliments You'll never forget

    "Hey, you smell REALLY good!" from the SA at a niche perfume store, as I was buying a bottle of something or other. Her colleague nodded enthusiastically and said, "Yes, that's really sexy." Keep in...
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    Re: Jo Malone Pine & Eucalyptus Living Cologne

    I gave my hand a spry and absolutely fell in love with the opening - it's magnificent.

    But it fades all-too-quickly, and the dry-down is fairly anonymous.

    Pity this is a room fragrance and not...
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    Re: Comme des Garcons worth investigating

    I'll second and/or add:

    Palisander (boozy and glorious)
    Tar (oddball opening and slightly more conventional base notes)
    CdG2 Man (great scent)
    CdG EdP (rich and very long lasting)
    White (spicy...
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    Re: Nicole Farhi Bleu Intense

    I own and love the original Nicole Farhi PH and recommend it wholeheartedly. It's a terrific cool spicy scent that also gives a hint of incense, though none is listed in its notes. Thus I prefer it...
  43. Poll: Re: Vote for your favorite CdG Incense Fragrance

    I love Avignon, and would have considered it the greatest incense scent ever - until I smelled Cardinal. So in this poll I'll give Jaisalmer the nod. I adore its warmth and spiciness. But Avignon is...
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    Re: Jo Malone Sweet Lime & Cedar

    I tried this recently and thought it was absolutely awful.

    I found the top notes only vaguely citrus-like - certainly no lime to be sniffed, while the base notes were merely chemical-like, with...
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    Re: Blind buy supreme - Yatagan & Heritage

    I also bought both blind - and love them both.

    Yatagan was my first blind buy and some 150 bottles later it's still one of my favourites. Would never be without it...

    Heritage is gorgeous too,...
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    Re: Dk Fuel Longevity/ Sillage

    This is an interesting thread, as I have purchased the reissued Fuel and Chaos...

    I already owned the original Black Cashmere, and just for fun I decided to do a direct comparison between old and...
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    Re: Scents with good Tobacco or Smoke notes

    I forgot to mention Fracas for Men - this is a terrific scent - smokey with feral undertones.

    It's widely unknown and is an inexpensive on-line purchase.

    I love it...
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    Re: Scents with good Tobacco or Smoke notes

    I'll throw my votes in on the Miller Harris, the Andy Tauer, the Durbano and the Tom Ford...

    Also add:

    Smalto Full Choke (gunpowder and smoke, which my 8 year-old daughter described as the heat...
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    Re: Frags that exude class without lavender

    I'll second the Richard James...

    Plus I'll add:

    Lalique Lion

    Lalique Faun

    Arpege PH
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    Re: Etro Messe de Minuit Or Avignon Incense?

    I absolutely love Avignon, but I love MdM even more.

    I think Avignon is a more straight-forward rendition of Mass, while the MdM has a hint of orange pomander in its heart that is thrilling as it...
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    Re: Kouros gone bad!

    Kouros was BORN bad!
  52. Narciso Rodriguez for Him Limited Edition - and has NRFH changed?

    I finally got to test the new Narciso Rodriguez for Him Limited Edition today on my skin. The initial blast is of metallic coldness, drying down surprisingly quickly into a base similar to the...
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    Packaging, deleted scents and reissues

    Just purchased the Donna Karan reissues of Fuel for Men and Chaos - both gorgeous scents I would have missed completely had they not been re-released.

    It occurs to me that many more classic...
  54. Poll: Re: Would you wear a fragrance to please someone else?

    Yes, but depending on the situation. The two loves of my life really liked Armani PH, but their exes had worn it, so I refused. Who wants to smell like somebody's ex? And it would worry me that they...
  55. Thread: Rose Quest

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    Re: Rose Quest

    I'll second the Voleur de Roses, I love the dirty, earthy element...
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    Re: citrus heavy, come get me!

    How about Eau Suavage Fraicheur Cuir and Jaipur Homme Limited Edition Fraicheur? Both lovely twists on the citrus note...

    For a darker twist try Jaguar for Men (the original dark green bottle)....
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    Re: Incense Series- Ouzarzate or Jaisalmer

    I adore both of these scents - Avignon for the "Full Church" experience, and Jaisalmer when I want something warmer. They are by far my two faves from the CdG Incense Series.

    Equally "churchy" is...
  58. Re: ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~INCENSE - greatest hits Vol. 1

    And I'll add:

    Commes des Garcons EdP
    Commes des Garcons White
    Commes des garcons Monokol Hinoki
    Dyptique Eau Lente
    Matthew Williamson Incense
    l'Occitane l'Eau d'Iparie Myrhe et Encens
    The...
  59. Re: They're Baaack: Donna Karan Fuel for Men and Chaos

    All of these scents appeared at my local House of Fraser yesterday.

    According to the SA, Fuel has had the musk reduced in the base, with patchouli added.

    Sadly, I couldn't check this as they...
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    Fire from Heaven: thoughts?

    I just saw the listing for CB I Hate Perfume's Fire from Heaven on Luckyscent. Here's how LS describes it:

    "Smoke represents perhaps the most important aspect of perfume – its beginning. Even its...
  61. Re: what is your "You Will Notice Me!" niche fragrance?

    I found this too with Molecule 02...

    I had a test spritz on my forearm when I went to collect my kids from swimming. I sat down on the stands about three feet from a young (and very yummy) mummy...
  62. Re: Something light, ethereal, fresh & sheer like a veil.

    Annick Goutal's Eau du Sud - not your standard cologne and yet fascinating Perfect for summer and last a surprisingly long time.

    At the less expensive end, how about Nicole Farhi for Men....
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    Latest Bargains - what were yours?

    I've recently bought some great bargains:

    A 100ml bottle of Richard James for €20. This stuff is gorgeous, and I almost paid full price (€65) for it a month earlier, then found it at TK Maxx at...
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    Re: I've found a real Musc Ravageur copy for 15£

    One of the problems inherent in this debate is that there are many different types of copies.

    There are the fakes that pass themselves off as the real thing, or counterfeits. (There are many...
  65. Re: Is there a market for niche perfumes in a city of 1.000.000+ people?

    Dublin has around 1.4 million people now and has just one high-end niche perfume shop (plus four large department stores that carry top-end designer stuff and some niche scents too. (It also sustains...
  66. Thread: mint.

    by JanAlways
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    Re: mint.

    Guerlain's Herba Fresca is an absolute must!
  67. Andy Tauer's new Unnamed Vetiver: 1st Impression

    I was lucky enough to win one of the samples of Andy Tauer's as yet unnamed vetiver scent, and it arrived today.

    The card that was included lists the notes as: grapefruit, black pepper, green...
  68. Re: have you ever bought a fragrance simply because of the memories it triggers?

    Most recently I bought two perfumes for this very reason: Chanel Cristalle EDT and Jo Malone's Lime Basil & Mandarin. The former was the scent my wife wore when we first met and started dating; the...
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    Re: Matteo's blind buy adventure part 2.

    Third Man, Michael Kors and Iceberg Twice PH...
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    Re: The best "sweet Gourmand" scent for men?

    I'll also recommend:

    Rochas Man (best coffee scent...)
    Carlos Santana for Men (cinnamon, incense, patchouli)
    Guerlain l'Instant (both versions, but especially the EdP) (dark chocolate)
    Lolita...
  71. Re: Intoxicating (possibly unsweet) bulgarian rose

    My two favourite rose scents are:

    Voleur de Roses
    Ungaro III

    Can't tell you if either have ever been to Bulgaria, but they have a dark heart that I love...
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    Re: antaeus vs third man vs yatagan

    I love Antaeus, but my choice would be between Yatagan and Third Man, both of which I really, really love. I think Yatagan would shade it, but as has been said, Third Man would be the safer blind...
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    Re: Help on Incense Please

    Hi TwoRoads,

    Can you tell me who makes Winter Star please?

    And any suggestions where I might find the Jouzas Statkevicius?

    Thanks in advance...
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    Re: Help on Incense Please

    I will try all of these recommendations. I have a list of 36 (!) to pursue...

    That's going to keep me busy and my credit card humming for a long time, I suspect...
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    Re: Help on Incense Please

    Forgot to list two other fragrances I own:

    Eau Lente - Dyptique
    Eau d'Iparie - l'Occitane

    The former is both brawny and serene. The latter is odd, but compelling (and very good value for...
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    Re: Think when it comes to Turin

    I'll finally weigh in on 'The Guide':

    It is extremelly well written, well informed and in places very, very funny. Writing about the people who might wear a fragrance IS a way of describing how it...
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    Re: Help on Incense Please

    Thanks to all of you for the terrific suggestions. My 'wants' list has just grown by a huge amount. I'm really looking forward to trying all of them.

    I have a feeling some of these fragrances will...
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    Help on Incense Please

    I'm looking for your help, please.

    I'm hooked on incense scents, and I would love your suggestions on which ones I should try next.

    I own (and mostly love) the following incense-based scents:
    ...
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    Re: The name of the rose

    One of my favourites is Ungaro III... Rich and dark behind the floral overlay.
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    Re: top 3 most OVERRATED scents.

    I'll add my votes for:

    Bulgari Black - This smells so much weaker than I remember it. The rubber note is too fleeting, the vanilla dry-down too sweet. Has this been changed since its launch?
    ...
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    Re: Tea based Scents - Greatest hits Vol. 1

    One of the finest black tea-based scents is Versace Black Jeans: it adds a powdery warmth that is quite unique.

    For a dirty black tea scent I really like Jean-Charles Brosseau's The Brun.

    You...
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    Poll: Re: Ormonde Jayne: Man vs. Isfarkand

    I prefer the Ormonde Man much more. Bought a full bottle and got the sample of Isfarkand. I think the latter is too similar to OM to merit another bottle purchase.

    But here's something: have any...
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    Re: House Referendum -- L'Artisan Parfumeur

    I love the depth and oddity of the l'Artisan scents. I don't like them all, but I do love the way they strive to be different. I also really enjoy the fact that they appear to be primarily designed...
  84. Re: How do you differentiate incense, smoke and tobacco?

    I'll second the Black Tourmaline - it's like someone lit CdG Avigon and captured the resultant smoke. Lonestar Memories is the smokey one in Andy Tauer's line.

    You could also try CB I Hate...
  85. Re: what are your top 3 REFRESHING scents for the heat?

    1) Herba Fresca - Guerlain
    This stuff is the greatest - refreshing, cooling and an instant pick-me-up.

    2) Mandarine-Basilic - Guerlain
    One of the best orange scents and very refreshing

    3)...
  86. Re: Just for fun...the SixCats! NON Niche challenge!

    Looking at the replies so far, there are some truly terrific scents out there on the shelves of our local department stores, chemists and on-line. Better still, they can often be purchased on sale...
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    Re: 10 Masterpieces - Your List

    Here are ten in no particular order:

    L' Air Du Desert Marocain - Andy Tauer
    Avignon - Commes des Garcons
    Yatagan - Caron
    l'Eau du Navigatuer - l'Artisane
    Michael Men - Michael Kors
    Encre...
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    Re: New/Latest Fragrance/s that Wowed You.

    Here a few so far:

    1) L'Air du Desert Marocain - magnificent in every respect
    Tabac Vanille - OK, so it's linear, but I simply adore this. For me, the undoubted star of the entire Tom 2) Ford...
  89. Re: Which designer fragrances are good enough to be niche?

    I'll also go for the 'quirky' definition (i.e. scents that are sufficiently unique as not to be aiming for the lowest common demoninator). I feel any of these coud be launched under niche labels and...
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    Re: Your favourite from L'Artisan?

    Surprised nobody has mentioned the now discontinued l'Eau du Navigateur, a brawny scent that sits somewhere between Antaeus and Korous. I was lucky enough to find two bottles in my local niche...
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    Re: nicole miller for men & longevity

    I also find NM to fade too quickly, especially as I love its opening. I also bought the shower soap, and found it had no scent whatsoever to it. Nice soap but no smell.

    Perhaps they'll do an EdP...
  92. Poll: Re: Enough is Enough: Too Many Variations on One Fragrance

    Apart from being less expensive from a launch and marketing point of view, flankers offer packaging savings too.

    But perhaps more importantly, they act as 'spoilers' for other brands. If a store...
  93. Re: You Can't Call Yourself A Basenoter Until You've Smelled....

    I think it's being open-minded enough to take on board the myriad recommendations of the incredibly knowledgeable members of this list, whilst remaining opinionated enough to recognise what you like,...
  94. Re: Anyone tried Escentic Molecules Limited Editions?

    The two 02s are like that Monty Python sketch: each has a further different note...
  95. Re: Nomination for worst inspiration for a cologne...

    These are all brilliant, and as completely inappropriate as Elvis Presely Wine, whose label boasted the slogan: "Of course, Elvis didn't drink wine, but if he did he would have loved Elvis Presley...
  96. Re: Anyone tried Escentic Molecules Limited Editions?

    I must correct my first post: what I tried were Escentric 02 (orange box) and Molecule 02 (brown box), so they're not flankers, they're all-new scents in the range. The SA told me the Australian...
  97. Re: Halston Catalyst vs. Bogart Witness: very similar?

    Completely different scents. Catalyst is a real spice bomb, with a lot of clove. Witness has some spice in the mid-notes, but has a different opening and dry-down. Why not buy both if they're going...
  98. Anyone tried Escentic Molecules Limited Editions?

    Last week I wandered into a local department store that sells a limited range of Creeds, intent on choosing one. I sprayed two sprays of three Creeds onto (respectively) the backs of both hands and...
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    Re: Turin's Perfumes: The Guide, out today

    SPOILER ALERT:

    The butler did it...
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    Re: Trussardi Uomo

    I was in my local specialist perfume shop recently (this place carries an amazing range of scents and the SAs really know their stuff) and one of the SAs asked me what the gorgeous scent I was...
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