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    Re: Dior Homme Cologne?

    The 2013 Dior Homme Cologne in my opinion is downright horrible. Scretchy lemon from top to bottom, a sharper version of L'eau d'Issey. I wish the older version of Dior Cologne were still available:...
  2. Re: Which famous designer brand sucks in fragrances the most?

    I'm with you. CK recently put out a number of dreadful fragrances. I think Encounter is almost offensive.
    And I'm in agreement on Versace: I think they lined up a number of really good fragrances,...
  3. Re: So simple, so obvious et sooo enjoyable! Tell us about yours :D

    I tried a couple of them last time I was in Italy, and I'm very impressed. I can't tell about the quality, but certainly the quality/price rate is really high. I loved the Neroli cologne, Meharees...
  4. Thread: Trouser droppers?

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    Re: Trouser droppers?

    Well, that's not entirely true :) good style and good grooming are alway attractive even on average looking guys!

    However, I noticed that Dior Homme and Dior Homme Intense get quite some male...
  5. Thread: A summer scent

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    Re: A summer scent

    That might be Habit Rouge, one of their best sellers for men. However, HR in warm weather tend to be a bit stuffy, at least on my skin. A good option might be the new Habit Rouge L'Eau, which is the...
  6. Thread: A summer scent

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    Re: A summer scent

    I find Guerlain Vetiver to really bloom in hot weather and warm skin. On the citrus side, Eau de Rochas pour Homme is a great option as well.
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    Re: Best of Eighties Decade

    And Obsession Calvin Klein? That was quite something.
    If you want to get a modern 80's feel, try the new Eros Versace. A questionable bottle for a mediocre perfume, but it's 80's all the way!
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    Re: Fusion Sacree Lui vs. Frapin 1697 vs. Speakeasy

    I tried both Speakeasy and 1697, and I'm sold on the latter. I find Speakeasy got a more "vintage" feel and a more pronunced tobacco note. It brings you straight to the 1920s and smoky jazz clubs....
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    Re: ATTENTION all Dolce&Gabbana owners.....

    Very interesting. I'm afraid I'm missing the point thought :) do they smell different? I find the most recent D&G a bit weak, but that said, I don't reckon any dramatic difference...
  10. Re: I cant believe people think Cool Water smells like Green Irish Tweed

    Well, honestly - hard to tell GIT and CW apart. Yes, GIT is a bit more complex and somehow warmer in the drydown, but even for a trained nose they smell quite similar. I personally do not like either...
  11. Re: Frag that is still fresh suddenly smell sour on you?

    I'm not familiar with Invasion Barbare, but the current Eau Sauvage turns very bitter on my skin. I tried the vintage a while ago, and that wasn't the case.
    Bel Ami Hermes on my skin is a hot mess,...
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    Re: Eau Sauvage sans oakmoss?

    You probably bought the reformulated version, which I think was ciruclated from 2005. I tried the vintage Eau Sauvage and it is indeed denser and somehow darker than the current version, which is in...
  13. Re: Rochas Man - thought I would love it, but ended up hatin' it.

    I also find Rochas Homme a bit off-putting. It smells like some Axe body spray I can't recall, and it gets a bit stuffy on my skin. Bouthg it and gave it to a friend straight away. Funky bottle...
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    Cerruti 1881 Acqua Forte - anyone tried it yet?

    Hi everyone,

    did anyone try the new Cerruti 1881 Acqua Forte?

    http://www.fragrantica.com/news/Cerruti-1881-Acqua-Forte-4091.html

    I sampled the original 1881 a number of times and really...
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    Re: Whats on your radar for this summer ?

    I'm quite keen to give a try to Dior Cologne despite the quite discouraging reviews it got so far, and I'm very curious to try Cerruti 1881 Acqua Forte.
    Plus, L'Occitane just put out a Green Tea...
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    Re: everyday easy to wear frag

    Try L'Homme Libre YSL, it is not very popular around here, but it's veray wearable and quite versatile.
    Maybe Eau Sauvage Dior if you are more on the classic side, or Kenzo Homme Boisee for a...
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    Re: Running out of ideas for summer citrus Help !

    Eau de Rochas pour homme is a very distinctive citrus.
    Eau d'Hadrien is a very realistic citrus.
    And I'll add Eau d'Orange Verte, truly lovely
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    Re: The most wearable a/o masculine: Chergui VS LdDM

    Thank goodness I'm not the only one :) I dislike most Tauer's perfumes as well, and LDDM on top of them all.
    Compared to Chergui, I find LDDM brash, unrefined and way to loud. Chergui is more...
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    Poll: Re: Your favorite lavender?

    I voted for Caron and Gris Clair, Caron being my favourite lavender note.
    I actually really love Hypnose Lancome pour Homme, where the lavender note is truly lovely
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    Re: Best sandalwood fragrances, bar none

    A wonderful treatment of sandalwood is Samsara in my opinion: love it to bits, although I've never worn it. It's a bit of a powerhouse on my skin... Still, I sniff it every chance i get!
  21. Re: What fragrances make you happy when you smell them??? What fragrances will you never get tired o

    So many!
    Anything with neroli makes me smile, it reminds me of my beloved Beirut.
    On a different note, Vetiver Tonka. But that's a matter of a very happy moment in my life :)
  22. Re: Any designer fragrances that evoke both warm and cold feelings?

    L'Eau d'Hiver, although it does not come cheap. There used to be the travel size version, bit more affordable.
    On the cheaper side, Acqua di Parma Intensa has a very bright start and a warm base. ...
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    Re: The scent of power....

    Well, none, really :)
    But i associate the idea of mean businessman to New York PDN. Or Chanel Pour Monsieur!
  24. Thread: Favorite Opening

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    Re: Favorite Opening

    I love the opening of Obsession for Men, truly delightful bergamot, which later turns into soffocating amber!
    SMW got a wonderful opening, and so does Millesime Imperial.
    I adore the top notes of...
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    Re: what scent won't you buy again?

    A*Men and family :) I loved Pure Malt, but eventually got tired of it.
    On the verge with Eau Fraiche Versace, I'm not super fond of it, but the 40ml bottle is very handy when you travel and you...
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    Re: your favourite Tauer?

    I'm not a Tauer fan, which fell out of grace with L'Air Du Desert for me :) I really don't like it, I find it stuffy and somehow "messy". Like a very good amateurial attemp to create an oriental....
  27. Re: Which latest designer scent release did you try and think of it as FBW?

    I think Acqua di Gio Essenza is really good. Never been a fan of the original, but this one is good in its own right. Didn't buy it yet, but eventually I think I will.
    I was tempted by Luna Rossa...
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    Re: What's your favorite/best citrus scent?

    My vote for Eau de Rochas Homme and for the beautiful Eau d'Hadrien.
    I discovered recenlty Versense pour femme, truly lovely lemon note there
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    Re: Givenchy Incense, which version to buy?

    I use to love the original Insense', and I was also really disappointed in the Mithyque edition. It just didn't smell like Insense', really... You might come across Insense' Ultramarine, an...
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    Re: Favorite fragrance for holidays?

    L'Instant de Guerlain pour homme - wonderful cold evening scent, I can figure wearing it with a turtleneck and flannel jacket :)
  31. Thread: Vetivers Pls!!

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    Re: Vetivers Pls!!

    I would suggest Vetiver Tonka, a truly beautiful scent. Vetyver is arguably a side player there - still, a great vetyver.

    I would not recomment Vetyverio Dyptique: a sheepish green vetyver with...
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    Re: Poorly reviewed fragrance that you like?

    Actually a number of them.
    Hypnose Lancome does not have a massive follow-up, so is Kenzo Homme Boisee, and L'Homme Libre, the latter being badly bashed around here :)
    Oh, and L'Air de Rien was...
  33. Re: What is the cleanest, soapiest, fresh out of the shower frag out there?

    I would add Sologne PDN, a lovely neroli centered eau de cologne. In fact, GF Trumper Eau de Cologne is really good at that too
  34. Re: New Fragrance: Davidoff Hot Water Night.... nooooooooo!! Oud and rose!!!!!

    To bgoc: Blimey. I lived in UK for quite some time and I don't think I ever met anybody scented in oud. Are they really that many? :)
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    Re: What is your Signature Scent?

    Vetiver Tonksa Hermenessence is my signature scent, which I wear often, and especially in occasions where you want that to be your signature: with your partner, in special events, etc.
    However, I...
  36. Re: You’re going away for 6 months and have room for only ONE fragrance…what fragrance do you take?

    When I travel, I always bring with me Acqua di Parma colonia 30ml. Versatile, easy to chuck in the wash bag and very versatile
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    Re: Lancôme Hypnôse Homme - My little review.

    I like it a lot, and it's a good all year rounder. I used it in summer and it works really well.
    Plus, the bottle is a knock-off!
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    Re: Aqua Di Gio, with a nice dry-down?

    This one. I like it much better than the regular ADG, the dry down is warmer and the overall scent is somehow more... modern
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    Re: Perfect Cologne For You - Except One Thing?

    Sunday Cologne Byredo: beautiful opening, hate the incense dry down...
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    Re: Fragrances that smell like a ghost.

    Apres l'Ondee Guerlain smells like a Victorian ghost leaving a trail of faint violents. L'Eau d'Hiver Malle has a similar vibe.

    I always though there's something creepy in Zino Davidoff. It...
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    Re: Best Winter Night Out Fragrance?

    Out of your list, Hypnose Lancome pour homme, a nice and underrated fragrance
  42. Re: 2012 winding down, whats your favorite release so far ?

    I really liked Habit Rouge L'Eau and Oud MFK. LUna Rossa Prada is possibly a runner up
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    Re: favourite Penhaligon's scent?

    Endymion is lovely for winter time, as well as LP.
    However, my favourite are their Eau de Cologne and Castile, both pure class in a bottle
  44. Re: What Scent Evokes the Strongest Memories For You?

    Minotaure Paloma Picasso. I wore it for years, and it was my fragrance when i got married. And after divorce as well :)
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    Re: Coital/musk sweat scent

    Look, there's something in the drydown of Mugler Cologne that reminds me of sweaty skin...
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    Re: If you could only own one Amouage...

    It has to be Lyric for Men. And in fact, it's on my shopping list...
  47. I was living in the UK when Steps made a reality...

    I was living in the UK when Steps made a reality show out of their reunion. I wasn't familiar with their music, since it didn't quite make it much beyond UK, and I found their show a bit......
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    Re: What is Your Favorite Minimalist Scent?

    +1 on Voyages d'Hermes
    L'Eau par Kenzo and most Kenzo's for men
    Lacoste Essential
    Dypthique Eau de Neroli
    and I recently discovered Versense Versace pour femme, suche a lovely cologne
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    Re: Something Different

    There's few classics in the shopping malls worth checking, go to the Guerlain shelf and have a sniff around. John Lewis got a good selection of less-mass-marketed scents, like Acqua di Parma, few...
  50. Thread: Erolfa!

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    Re: Erolfa!

    It's a lovely marine fragrance, but way overpriced. It reminds me of Bvlgari Aqva, same vibe at half the price of Erolfa
  51. Re: So I bought the 10oz bottles of Mugler Cologne and Gendarme....What next?

    Prada Infusion d'Homme, can't go wrong with that.
    I'd suggest as well some neroli centered colognes: De Nicolai Sologne is truly lovely and fairly priced, Villoresi Colonia is wonderful but quite...
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    Re: So.. what fragrance would Bond... James Bond wear?

    I'd say something Tom Ford, especially Daniel Craig. He's got such Tom Ford suits it hurts :)
  53. Re: Guerlain, which to choose, so many sound appealing

    I'm very fond of Vetiver and L'Instant Pour Homme EDT, the latter being a sophisticated skin scent, not much projection on me.
    I recently discovered Habit Rouge L'Eau, and it's on my to buy list. ...
  54. Re: 5 must have fragrances for any mens fragrance enthusiast

    I'd say
    ADP Colonia
    Dior Homme
    Guerlain Vetiver

    as a start.
    Possibly Amouage Lyric Men and Habit Rouge if you really insist :)
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    Re: Costume National Homme

    Neutral to me. Probably cinnamon in too prominent, I find it slightly brash the way Grey Flannel could be.
    Cool bottle, though...
  56. Thread: Zara's fragrances

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    Re: Zara's fragrances

    The got few nice fragrances. I used to love their Vetiver, which I guess it's discontinued. It was a nice soapy vetyver, much in the same line as Dominguez Vetiver. As a matter of fact, I would not...
  57. Re: How many of you (non-beginners) keep a small wardrobe?

    I've never had more than 3 bottles in my collection. Not always the same, except Vetiver Tonka. I think of fragrance as art: you might like paintings but you don't have to buy yourself a museum
  58. Re: what perfume have you wore the most in the last 1 year time?

    Eau de Rochas pour homme, my defalut fragrance.
    Runner up ADP colonia and Eau d'Orange Verte.
    It was a citrus year!
  59. Re: what vintage discontinued fragrance would you like to see back available

    +1 on Relax Davidoff, halas long lost. They told me it's available in Germany, though.
    Vetiver pour Elle is virtually unaccessible, last time I visited Guerlain aux Champs Elisee I managed to sample...
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    Re: Scent preference and age?

    I would agree, my preferences changed quite a bit. I'm in my mid 30s and I really can't pull off any of the "trendy" fragrances or something that younger people might like to wear. All the Fierce, Le...
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    Re: So I recently turned 30....

    Happy birthday! I was your age at some point in my life :)

    However, I'd agree on digging into the Tom Ford lines. There's plenty to choose and the Private Blends are truly well made. You might...
  62. Re: What fragrance do you think Christopher Columbus, Sir. Isaac Newton, Albert Einsten wore?

    How many years did Columbus travel to get to America without landing? He'd better wear something strong, good grief...
  63. Re: What factors do you consider in claiming that a certain fragrance is your signature scent?

    That's a good question.
    I guess it's a fragrance that really fits you well and that somehow expresses your personality. Something you wouldn't mind to wear everyday in every occasion.
    I got one...
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    Re: Guerlain Vetiver, the new "old" bottle

    I would agree. I use to find the old version a bit harsh. Sure thing it's got more citrus, but the dry down is softer and somehow more modern.
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    Re: New Fragrance: Versace - Eros for Men

    There's something wrong with the photoshopped guy. Either he has an immensely long chest or immensely long tights. Either way, they messed up the add, and that makes the whole thing a bit... tacky :)...
  66. Re: What scent do you prefer after the perfect shave?

    Eau de Rochas pour homme, aftershave balm and a spritz of EDT. Nothing quite like it after a nice clean shave.

    Try to shave with the Acqua di Parma range, it is just wonderful. Top male grooming...
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    Re: Rank the Thierry Mugler fragrances

    I think Angel for women outclasses every other Mugler release, and easily most of the releases of the past ten years :) it is simply a beautiful, unashamed, innovative perfume. For the same reason,...
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    Re: The beautiful Fat Electrician

    I'm afraid I'm on the opposite side. I really disliked it. Heaps of opoponax, not quite much vetyver, and an overall sort of... oily feeling, if I can put it this way. There's something annoying...
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    Re: Davidoff Zino -- Love, and History

    Wonderful fragrance. Back in the 80/90's it used to be a more mature fragrance, something your dad would have worn, not very popular in Europe and even less in UK. By that time I remember that Relax...
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    Re: Voyage D'hermes. Boozy?

    On the opposite, i get 100% gin and tonic! totally agree on the booziness
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    Re: Best italian fragrance for men

    Another vote for Acqua di Parma Colonia and Assoluta.
    And another vote for Villoresi Colonia and Paestum Rose.

    I'd add the wonderful K di Krizia for women, Carthusia Mediterraneo.

    And Acqua...
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    Re: Whats a good teen fragrance?

    When I was a teenager (that was a while ago...) Tommy for Men was fairly popular, and it's a goo winter fragrance.

    If you have the chance, check out Jack Wills, a British clothing house, they...
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    Re: The BEST Fragrance House

    Fair enough :)

    Still, some houses are more consistent than others in putting out truly well made fragrances.

    My vote for Guerlain, it is on a league of its own. Hard to beat masterpieces like...
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    Re: Christian Dior Jules

    As many said, you can easily get it in Paris. Love it, such a good ol' school woddy spicy frag. Too bad it's not widely available
  75. Thread: Best Iris Perfume

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    Re: Best Iris Perfume

    Hermes Hiris is still one of the best in the market, in my opinion. The recent Amyris Francis Kurkdjian is very nice as well.

    I'm a big fan of Eau d'Hiver Frederic Malle and Apres L'Ondee: while...
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    Re: Byredo Sunday Cologne

    I sampled it a while ago, and didn't find it similar to Aventus at all.

    I really love the opening of bergamot and neroli, but it dries down quite shortly into incense, which I didn't like at all....
  77. Re: Maison Kurkdjian Cologne pour le soir v Absolue pour le soir

    I prefer the cologne version, and I'd suggest to go for that one. It has quite a good longevity and it's more wearable.
    I find Absolute a tad skanky and way too potent.
  78. Re: 10/22 is my B-day. I will be 44. I would like to buy myself a special fragrance. Can you help?

    Happy birthday!

    Treat yourself to Vetiver Tonka Hermenessence. Gourmand for grown ups. Don't get me wrong, faboulous grown ups, obviously :)
  79. Thread: Habit Rouge L'eau

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    Re: Habit Rouge L'eau

    I tried it recently and I prefer it to the original HR. It opens very similar to HR Sport but it dries down the HR familiar way, with no detectable leather. It is somehow a twin scent to Shalimar...
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    Re: Bois 1920 Vetiver Ambrato

    I would agree. It's got a powdery cologne type of vibe, and no longevity. At that price range there's far better stuff.
    I'm intrigued by the Atelier Cologne new Vetyver, anyone tried it yet?
  81. Thread: Shopping in Paris

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    Poll: Re: Shopping in Paris

    you clearly have a knack for acronyms, and some of them are a bit obscure to me, however I'd suggest a visit to Maison Francis Kurkdjian in Marais. Sorry, MFK I MRS :)
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    Re: I want more of "Grandmother smell" !

    My nan used to wear lavender essence, not sure what label. I guess Yardley's lavender line could be up your alley!
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    Re: What is THE 90s fragrance?

    All of the above, CKOne on top possibly.
    However, probably Minotaure Paloma Picasso embodiese the 90s to me: fresh spicy aldehid.
    Dior Dune?
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    Re: Best British Cologne

    +1 on Trumper Eau de Cologne, a very nice and strong neroli centred cologne with good longevity.
    You might want to try Angela Flanders' Cologne Premiere: ...
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    Re: Comparo of Eau De Colognes

    +1 on Eau de Campagne.
    Check out Villoresi Colonia, a lovely herbal take on the regular cologne theme
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    Re: YSL L'Homme vs. YSL L'Homme Libre

    Well, I quite like L'Homme Libre. It has a sort of leather note at the base that I enjoy, and i find it quite distinctive among the regular mall perfumes, while I fine the original L'Homme very...
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    Re: Best musk colgone for men

    That one. Really lovely
  88. Re: Giorgio Armani Aqua de Gio vs Issey Miyake L'eau D'issey

    That's the thing, with ADG you are more likely to be told "you smell like my ex boyfriend" or -worse- "like my dad". Try something more adventurous.
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    Re: Looking for Violet leaf frags

    The very much bashed L'Homme Libre has got a quite nice violet leaf opening, and it dries down into a leather/woody base.
    I'd suggest as well Gucci pour Homme II (the chunky bottle with light blue...
  90. Re: Licorice/ Anise fragrance about to be Discontinued

    Talking of which, the long lost KenzoAir was a lovely licorice/vetyver frag, now hard to find at least in UK. I spotted a few bottles in Cairo airport, of all places...
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    Poll: Re: how many frags do you own

    I own 6 bottles. In fact, my Dior Homme Intense is almost finished, and I'm not replacing it, so probably down to 5 in a few months and no intention to have more than 5 bottles around! :smiley:
  92. Re: What is a fragrance that you could wear 7 days in a row?

    I lived off Guerlain Vetiver only for over two months. And it wasn't that hard... :smiley:
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    Re: Blind Buy: Caron pour homme

    Pour Un Homme is most certainly a safe blind buy, while Yatagan might be a bit of a leap of faith :) Yatagan is a bit brash, I'd suggest you to sample it first.
  94. Re: For Men: What is your number 1 favorite floral note?

    I'm not familiar with Puredistance. Do you happen to know where I can sample it in London?
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    Re: IF you had a signature scent, what would it be ?

    Hermes Vetiver Tonka, my signature since quite some time. However, it would be the long lost Minotaure Paloma Picasso. if it were still available...
  96. Re: For Men: What is your number 1 favorite floral note?

    Neroli, hands down. I really love it. I like iris when it's a bit dry, like L'Eau D'Hiver, and sharp geranium.
    Really love jasmine, but yet to find a jasmine I can wear
  97. Thread: L'eau d'Hiver

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    Re: L'eau d'Hiver

    I really love L'Eau d'Hiver, on my shopping list right now. In my opinion, one of the best of the Malle line, and one of the best Ellena's. On my skin it does not have much projection nor longevity,...
  98. Re: Would you say that Guerlain Homme (2008) is the worst Guerlain fragrance?

    Respectfully disagree :) I really like it in fact.
    And no, I wouldn't say Guerlain Homme is the worst Guerlain fragrance.
  99. Re: What are some sexy niche signature scents for Spring/Summer?

    I'd suggest Derring-Do, Ineke. It's a nice fresh fougere, sort of a very green Cool Water, very wearable day and night.
    Le Nuits d'Hadrien Annick Goutal might do as well: fresh citrus with a nice...
  100. Thread: Favorite genre?

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    Re: Favorite genre?

    Citrus cologne for me.
    Somehow it is about what I like to wear rather than what I like to smell: I love smelling orientals and gourmand, I just do not like to wear them.
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