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    Re: Sahara Noir by Tom Ford

    A terrific example of the power of fragrance, but not something I want to wear though...
  2. I make a point of sniffing out Menardo's creative...

    I make a point of sniffing out Menardo's creative opus. Never disappointed do I come away. Excellent introduction and overview this. Thx for a nice read!
  3. Re: L'artisan parfumeur, what would you guys recommend?

    L’Artisan has managed to put out some quirky, comforting and highly unique stuff, all under the one banner.

    For comforting, I reach for Ellena’s Bois Farine. Not unlike Jeux de Peau in some ways –...
  4. Re: Mood Lifter - Which Fragrance lifts your mood?

    Batucada will also do the trick!
  5. Re: Mood Lifter - Which Fragrance lifts your mood?

    L'Artisan's Piment Brûlant would be my tonic of choice. Duchaufour's vibrant and hyper-realistic take on the lush verdancy of a vegetable garden right after a good dousing of rain in the dead of...
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    It's here: Spicebomb hits Canada!

    They say that the journey there is half the fun...

    Although we had heard that SP's official release date here was the 28th of this month, a cold call proved that a little undercover work could...
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    Re: NEW: Prada Amber PH Intense

    Rarely do I buy a fragrance unsmelled, although it has happened. Yesterday was a case in point.

    Prada Amber Intense for Men had just been uncrated yet no samples were available. Based on my...
  8. Scent foray: Bang, Acqua di Parma Essenza, Kenzo Boisée, Aventus

    A brief recap of yesterday afternoon's foray into the big city:

    My start to the day was hilarious! As I sauntered up to the window at Holt Renfrew's (Neiman Marcus owned) under blue skies and 85ºF...
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    Re: Bleu de Chanel by Chanel - New fragrance

    There is absolutely nothing I don't love about this Bleu de Chanel. Absolutely nothing. Although not a radical departure from others out there, as has been reported, it still remains unique.

    The...
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    Re: DSQUARED² He Wood Ocean Wet Wood

    With over 10 years on this blog, I feel it's essential to underscore that the noses behind the fragrances often count for more than the house (Guerlain, Armani, etc.) that brandishes its name on the...
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    Re: NEW L'Artisan "Al Oudh"

    Honestly, to my nose, the scent delivers at the opening. Very, very, very medicinal, screams oud. After that, it dissipates and transitions into a milky Omnia, rose and whatever else. A bit...
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    Re: Biggest LOVES of 2009?

    So few from so many.

    Honestly, if I have just one pick this year, along with a few of you, it would be Fille en Aiguilles. Everything from Pino Silvestre (that goes back a ways!), a touch of...
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    Re: NEW L'Artisan "Al Oudh"

    I thought I had posted something a few weeks ago but may not have pressed the Send button.

    Two samples of it were made for me at the Artisan counter at our Ogilvy's store in Montreal. Gave it two...
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    Re: Fille en Aiguilles by Serge Lutens

    In all honesty, I haven't come across anything this nice in a long while. It lasts and lasts, has a little piney burnt sugar, medicinal note, like Myoflex (but not exactly). Menthol (camphor), pine...
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    Re: Fille en Aiguilles by Serge Lutens

    Couldn't help myself. Bought a bottle on the spot. Love at first sniff. A creamy version of Avignon with a hint of the raunchier side of Serge Noire and Arabie thrown in for good measure. Its incense...
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    Re: Artisan's Al Oud - Quick Review

    Our Ogilvy's here in Montreal, the equivalent of Neiman Marcus or Saks, has just received a large sample vial (7 ml I reckon).

    The attendant was good enough to spritz me out a small mini-vial to...
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    Artisan's Al Oud - Quick Review

    The oud note is what blasts right out of the gate here. It's not shy and certainly hasn't been sweetened for an easy sell. If medicinal is the current trend, then Al Oud takes the cigar. Initally it...
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    Re: Straight To Heaven Disappointment

    And quite a shame it is. I sprung for the bottle, like a good pirate, and am thrilled at the booty. It sings to me all day long, with its tangy bay rum note and slight bitterness.

    Pls try it at...
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    Re: Givenchy Play and Intense

    The regular Play is very much along the same lines as the new Zegna Colonia, like a frosty citrus with a touch of wood. Although I must say, the amyris wood that is part of the composition imparts a...
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    Re: NEW: He Wood Rocky Mountain

    Note to all Canadian Bnoters: La Baie just received RM this morning.

    Hopefully we'll see a full review of it shortly!
  21. Re: Well, look at what Mr. Armani is up to...Attitude-EXTREME

    The lid on my AA bottle is silver. The one in your picture looks like it could be black. Et voilà la différence that might warrant commanding an extra $20 or $30 bucks for what is still a lackluster...
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    Re: Prada Infusion d´Homme

    To my nose, this new offering shuffles the notes from the original Infusion into a much harsher assembly. I get brassy vetiver, lots of incense, amped up iris.

    All in all, smells like everything...
  23. Re: Kenzo Power Smells like Bvlgari Eau the blanc

    That makes 3 of us!

    I get a distinct milky marzipan smell to it that I can't pull myself away from.

    A wonderful, comforting, masculine / feminine scent that may turn out to be the best this...
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    Re: Paco Rabanne 1 Million

    So based on the strength of a few positive comments, I had a buddy bring back the 50 ml (small) bottle from...you guessed it....Frankfurt International Airport.

    The bottle is far from cheap...
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    Poll: Re: Is Kenzo Power Homme Worth a Blind Buy???

    So think orange creamsicle, then woops! a blast of powder that transitions to a rank-ish note of a warm, earthy, carroty rose. The scent then morphs into a demure yet quite masculine floral: jasmine,...
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    Poll: Re: Is Kenzo Power Homme Worth a Blind Buy???

    A quiet, comforting, beaty. Amazingly soft and caressing with a little bite somewhere for good measure.

    YES, YES, YES....!
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    Re: Dolce & Gabbana The One for Men

    Yes, I did. I broke down and bought the entire line. The underarm roll-on and shower gel are amazingly fruity, like bathing in stewed fruit and marmelade. The EDT projects those same orangey notes...
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    Kenzo Power: At last, umami in fragrance

    Far be it from me to craft an assessment of this delectable juice but I suppose it's important to bear in mind the "nose" behind it. Indeed, Olivier Polge (son of Jacques, creator of Egoiste and...
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    Re: SotD - Tuesday 12th August - 2008

    Kenzo Power.
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    Re: Kenzo Power launch!

    In fact, madridbatabid, Power was released here in Canada last Wednesday. I had called to find out about its release date on Tuesday and the SA didn't have a clue about Power only for it to be...
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    Re: Kenzo Power launch!

    And I second that interest. I've been an avid fan of Kenzo fragrances right from the beginning. Pour Homme, Jungle, L'eau, Peace, Tokyo, I have them all and am anxiously, no feverishly, awaiting...
  32. Re: Is there a similar note between Angel Men and TdH?

    The first time I wore TdH, I noticed a slight backwash that reminded me of....A*Men. A buddy picked up on it too and we both remarked on the resemblance.

    Now, when I reach for TdH, I always ask...
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    Re: D&G The One for men

    I agree with some of you that it definitely grows on you. Found myself turning to it more often than not. Like stewed fruit and tobacco.

    Not mindblowing, but not bad at all.

    A sleeper...
  34. Re: Fragrances That Have "Pushed the Envelope" Creatively

    Although not my favourite, L'Anarchiste de Caron could easily stand out as having pused the envelope.
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    Re: Pi Neo spotted at Macy's!

    Sampled it. Been there, done that.

    I suspect they're targeting the market they missed out on ten years ago, enticing them with the nice bottle and a hybrid fragrance (aquatic/vanilla), reminiscent...
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    Re: Your Top 5 For July

    Poivre Samarkande
    Piment Brûlant
    The One
    Perry Ellis
    Kenzo Air
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    Pi Neo: Not so "Neo"

    Well, it was to be expected I suppose. Pi Neo, just yesterday rolled out at the Bay stores in Canada, left me indifferent to say the least.

    A spectacular spaceshipike housing with that silver...
  38. Thread: M7 Fresh

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    Re: M7 Fresh

    A few years ago, Chandler Burr put together an interesting interpretation of M7 Fresh which you may like to read. The prose is fun, the fragrance delicious IMHO...Mario

    M7 Fresh | Yves Saint...
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    D&G The One for Men: Anyone?

    Searching for The One for Men has yielded precious few results.

    Is it out across the States and Europe, and if so, has anyone tried it?

    Any and all feedback would be much appreciated.

    Mario
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    Re: D&G The One for men website

    Available at the Hudson's Bay Company (La Baie) here in Montreal for about a week now, this fragrance is not entirely to my taste.

    Don't get me wrong, it's not unpleasant by any stretch of the...
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    Re: A*Men Pure Coffee Impressions

    Pure Coffee comes in the large size only btw.

    I get a mole effect: coffee, chocolate and green pepper coupled with the original base - strong vetiver, cedar perhaps.

    Pls share when you can.
    ...
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    Re: Paco Rabanne launches ULTRARED Man

    My thought exactly!
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    Re: Etat libre d'orange

    If you haven't tried Rien, you're in for a shock and Vierges et Toreros will certainly not be a forgetful experience.

    They last a minimum (minimum!) 24 hours on skin and forever on clothing. So...
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    Paco Rabanne launches ULTRARED Man

    OsMoz reports that Paco Rabanne will be launching his new ULTRARED Man this spring.

    Capitalizing on the success of Ultraviolet's unique design flask, Paco sets off on a new journey with this...
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    Re: New JP Gaultier!

    Thanks Dimitri!!
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    New JP Gaultier!

    A brand-new launch for JP Gaultier (OsMoz), and this year (unlike with Fleur du Mâle) the designer goes off into a different direction with this offering dubbed Monsieur "Eau du matin".

    The...
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    Terrific Columbian stash

    Whenever I seek out an oriental, I generally make certain coffee is one of the notes. I found it brings inexplicable depth and comfort to a fragrance, rounding out the edgier bits. Maybe it's just...
  48. Re: The next chanel Frag for men? plz not another Allure!

    My SA at the Baie here (Montreal) informed me of an Edition Blanche which she says is totally mesmerizing, something like the original with a distinct oriental twist. Should be available by the end...
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    Re: Bvlgari Aqva Marine Pour Homme

    Simply put, lots of annoying pungent, acidic grapefruit plus a smattering of the original "posidonia", that seaweed filler. This one is like so many others that have gone before.

    In my opinion,...
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    Re: Poivre Samarcande

    Indeed, PS seems to have served as a canvas for Terre imo. That slate-dry, peppery feel shares much in common with big brother TH, but then again, JCE is all about understatement. Less is more, and...
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    Re: Montreal anyone?

    Holt Renfrew (DSquared, Tom Ford, Narciso, Absolumment, etc.) and Ogilvy's (Artisan, Lutens, etc.) would be a great start, they have nice exclusive lines. The Bay is well stocked, but like Macy's,...
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    Re: Dsquared² He Wood

    It's exclusive to Holt Renfrew here in Canada until 2008 where it goes worldwide (maybe available in Italy now as well).

    The twins being from Canada signed with Holts for a pre-distribution this...
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    Fahrenheit 32: Your thoughts?

    The sales rep at La Baie (whose nose must be very tired) mentioned that she couldn't stand this fragrance. A critic pointed out that it was somewhat (and I quote) "nauseating".

    Does anyone else...
  54. Thread: Antidote

    by mariodefior
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    Re: Antidote

    As of this week, also available at La Baie (and exclusive to it for a year). Cannot be sold anywhere else (Sears, Jean Coutu, etc.).

    This one reeks of sweet vanilla and strident gaiac wood on the...
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    Re: Dsquared² He Wood

    In all honesty, if I had to buy anything from this fall's selection thus far, it would be this.

    None of the notes - top, middle or bottom - disappoint, unlike so many others. That soapy note...
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    Re: Dsquared² He Wood

    I posted about this a month ago when it hit the shelves here in Canada.

    Super smooth opening like Cerruti Si with a nice transition to airy vetiver, like Encre Noire. Fun, playful, anytime.
    ...
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    Re: Lacoste Elegance

    It's true that Elegance is all about the drydown.

    Worn under a t-shirt (as I do), that pervasive fruity/dry chocolate accord resonates up into my head, even at the end of the day.

    Granted,...
  58. Re: Zegna Intenso is similar to....??? >_

    Black Code perhaps?
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    Re: I would He Wood

    On the comment referring to the violet leaf note I mention, yes it's true, it reminded my of Narciso's scent. I confused with the vetiver since their sharpness is similar.

    But, in the end, He...
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    Re: I would He Wood

    Here in Canada, at Holt Renfrew.
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    Re: Was this the best Tom could do?

    I haven't sampled it yet, but your prose is some powerful.
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    I would He Wood

    From the plethora of humdrum fragrances on today's market, at last rises from the doldrums a nice end-of-year gem - yup, Dsquared2's He Wood.

    On initial spritz, it unveils a creamy herbal aquatic...
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    Re: Lacoste Elegance

    Superb!

    What I enjoy about Elegance is the tutty-fruity start that transitions into a fresh, green forest/underbrush feel. This leads to a peppery heart that then ends in a leathery ambery...
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    Lacoste Elegance: A nice surprise!

    Note to Scentimus (especially): I too had become wearly of Lacoste fragrances and purposely skipped over the counter section devoted to that line, Essential being their latest final disappointment...
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    Armani Attitude: A real bummer..

    As much as I enjoy this fragrance from start to finish (and yes, it seems to fade quickly but is actually soft on the skin after a bit, as has been pointed out), my new 75 ml replacement broke, just...
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    Re: Armani Attitude

    Hey, how strange! The SA said the metal top off their tester broke as did mine the other day. Actually, when I took it out of its box, it was already all limp. Something is definitely wrong with the...
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    Re: Dior's Fahrenheit 32 review

    Lovely review. Awaiting anxiously based on your comments. Thank you for taking the time to capture the essence of this new fragrance.
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    Armani Attitude: Some of the notes

    The ever gracious Linda, our Armani SR here at Carrefour Laval (Montreal), willingly and delightedly pulled out her Armani fragrance sheet to reveal the notes for Armani's Attidude, due early May...
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    Re: New Armani Fragrance

    My SR at La Baie in Laval (Montreal) attended the Armani Attitude training session last week and confessed it would be on their counters by the end of March (yet nothing online to speak of - why such...
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    Re: Fleur du Male: Drum roll please....

    Actually, the first notes are all over the map. As it settles in, it has a kind of burnt toffee/rubber note like Gaultier2, bubble gummy, I suppose somewhat.

    It's hard to say as I don't care for...
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    Fleur du Male: Drum roll please....

    ....and yes, against all good sense, I ventured out into the post-workday traffic (yikes!) to try JPG's latest creation, now available in Canada.

    Firstly, it should come as no surprise that its...
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    Some news re Fleur du Mâle!

    The very beautiful and generous Véronique from The Bay here in Montreal informed me yesterday that she had just had her Fleur du Mâle training this past week and already had the the product at home. ...
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    Trussardi Inside Man: Any comments?

    Some have mentioned having seen, tried or purchased Trussardi's latest offering.

    Any specific comments or impressions thus far would be most appreciated.

    Thanks for your time and effort!
    ...
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    Revisited: Lalique Encre Noire

    A blast-off not unlike Kenzo Air, this offering seems to emulate that one-key zen minimalist note, i.e., lots of freshly cut grasss at the onset. My ultimate reference for vetiver would be Anick...
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    Re: Terre d'Hermes...

    Regardless of how you feel about Terre, it ALWAYS evokes a reaction. I certainly could not wear it every day - nor would I want to - but it certainly has an extraordinay effect on people - men and...
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    Re: L’Air du desert, thank you Basenotes!

    I've read so much about it and where is it available? In Canada at least.

    Please advise.

    Mario
  77. Re: Prada Man Eau de Toilette vs Prada Man Eau de Toilette Deluxe

    Prada is a superb fragrance - kind of M7 reworked in a way. Lots of smoke, incense, neroli, a dab of saffron to smooth things out.

    Let's not forget that the House of Prada went to Spain...
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    Re: V&R Antidote?

    To me, Antidote is very playful, somewhat reminiscent of Varvatos Vintage meets Mugler Cologne. When I don't want anything too sophisticated or complicated, I tend to reach for Antidote which, let's...
  79. Re: Ricky Martin's confession on Regis & Kelly

    Never did I think simple mention of a perfume (oops!) cologne and the great RM (oops! once great) would cause such a stir. And to think that Luckyscent is cashing in on this....!

    The power of the...
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    Re: Dominant vanilla notes in guys fragrance?

    Well, if truth be told, among this year's offerings, vanilla figures quite prominently in Antidote.

    As Scentzilla (I believe) so accurately pointed out, the beauty of this fragrance lies in its...
  81. Ricky Martin's confession on Regis & Kelly

    Although I did not catch that show, Kelly nearly swooned when Ricky came on. She promptly inquired what he was wearing to which he answered (I'm told) CGD Kyoto.

    I've not tried that particular...
  82. Re: Christian Lacroix Bazar: my impressions

    I recall Bazaar from a sample that was made for me at Sephora. I remember it as watery yet crisp.

    A good choice for a hot climate such as Brazil I think.

    RCavs, try his latest offering...
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    Re: Bvlgari Aqva...

    While not the type of fragrance I would wear outside a hot summer's eve, Aqva is slightly salty as I recall. That's what gives it its appeal. Also, it doesn't turn as to do many of the other fresh...
  84. Thread: Eureka!

    by mariodefior
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    Re: Eureka!

    Your brief narrative was...brilliant! Relished every tender, anticipatory moment of it. The finish was superb.

    Worth the trip alone to savour this offering. Indeed, I have had the pleasure of...
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    Re: SOTD Saturday, December 2nd

    Gaultier Puissance 2 - cozy, enveloping and above all soothing.
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    Re: AMen and Very Irresistible

    Wore A*Men 10 years ago when it first surfaced but I wouldn't go back there again. Too well known, too distinctive, too identifying.

    Besides, no one in my entourage enjoys it either. Although a...
  87. Re: A former sweet addict now looking for a 'masculine' designer frag

    Today started out as a fragrance-free day until I decided to apply....Prada PH.

    That candied fruit coupled with the burnt quality of the labdanum resin, the subtle harshness of the patchouli and...
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    Re: B*Men to be Discontinued?

    Don't know why but B*Men turns my stomach. Not a bad fragrance - in fact Chandler Burr says it's one of the best out there - but it brings tears to my eyes.

    No great loss to me!
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    Re: Finally Tried Gaultier²

    Addiction by any other name would be Gaultier2. I went back to a sample which initially I couldn't stand and have since purchased the massage oil (thanks Col!), and the bath gel (it came with the 40...
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    Re: who has tried L'Instant Extreme?

    I also had the Extrême flown in last year from Paris. Very, very rich, like those Hungarian chocolate hazelnut cakes, heavy on the patchouli, a tad bitter at some point (maybe the tea?), even...
  91. Thread: Antaeus

    by mariodefior
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    Re: Antaeus

    This fragrance is an absolute one-of-a-kind. Just as so many '80s and '90s frags were way out there, let's face it - groundbreaking! - Antaeus fills and will always fill a niche of its one.

    A...
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    Re: Thoughts on Burberry London

    Just purchased the Shower Gel and Underarm. Will report.

    Love London totally, without reserve, like the original Drakkar I remember from way back when. Can pick it up whenever and enjoy it fully,...
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    Re: Isn't there a better way to sell perfume?

    Just purchased the Shower Gel and Underarm. Will report.

    Love London totally, without reserve, like the original Drakkar I remember from way back when. Can pick it up whenever and enjoy it fully,...
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    Re: Proper Pronunciation of Puig?

    Castilian Spanish is a language I know and speak fluently having studied at the Complutense in Madrid way back when.

    Trust me, although the people from Barcelona are much less reticent to speak...
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    Re: Finaly tried Gaultier 2

    Finally picked up the small 40 ml with the 100 ml gift shower gel - the Christmas set.

    This one is a real treat, superb in every way. Stripped of any florals or wood, it speaks volumes in its...
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    Re: Proper Pronunciation of Puig?

    It most definitely is a Catalan word and is pronounced, as expertly explained by others, Pootch. In fact, Castilian speakers (Madrid, etc.) have problems saying it correctly from what I remember and...
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    Re: Finaly tried Gaultier 2

    Strangely enough I had absolutely panned this in the past. Dug out a sample of it today (it's cold now here in Canada) and loved it, totally.

    Although not for everyone, it's warm and comforting,...
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    What's up with Encre Noire?

    Far be it from me to deliver bad news, but my dear buddy, Chuck, from Air Canada, muscled his way bravely through the crowds at Sephora on Champs Elysées today to «wrastle» a sample (thanks Charlie...
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    Re: Thoughts on Burberry London

    Nothing but compliments from all sides with this one.

    Not a longevity issue for me. Good enough to spritz again a few hours later if required although I still smell it nicely at day's end.

    A...
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    Re: Cerruti 1881 Black: Not that black!

    Tried it out again today and what a surprise!

    It IS kind of dark: when sprayed lightly (2 or 3 spritzes) the orange is in fact not at all prominent but instead acts as an underpinning to the...
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