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    Grandfatherly fragrances

    Looking for a newer old school scent, not an 80s creation (Rochas Man etc) but a more recent creation that nevertheless has that grandfatherly quality. Sober, kinda old fogey, not particularly sexy,...
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    Re: A Fresh, Clean, and Soapy smell

    Someone needs to finally shoot down Mugler cologne a bit. I don't associate it with clean. I don't even find it particularly well made or elegant. It is an overcandied, overbergamotted, overflowery...
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    Re: A drier leather/tobacco scent

    Isn't that a gourmand?
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    A drier leather/tobacco scent

    I recently tried Parfum D'Empire Cuir d'Ottoman. While I liked its classic "masculine" tobacco/leather notes, I felt it was too rich and overblown to my taste, too perfumey and sort of heavy. Could...
  5. Searching for a "comfort food" fragrance equivalent

    Some fragrances you just keep coming back to. They may not be the expensive ones. Even somewhat mass market. They've been around for a while. They don't try too hard and yet they always somehow hit...
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    Looking for a zen fragrance

    It seems that today many men's fragrances are designed to please others rather than yourself. I know this is a big generalization but you see so many houses discontinue sober, dry fragrances (for...
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    Re: Classic Italian men's fragrances?

    Institut tres Bien a L'Italienne has always struck me as one of the cleanest, freshest, most classical of this genre. It goes on light and bright, does not veer into excessive florality or heaviness....
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