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    Re: YSL Opium pour homme edp

    Still have half a bottle that I bought soon after the EDP was launched - I find it to be one of the finest orientals - funny thing was that I was not much into the EDT but was totally smitten by the...
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    Re: Trussardi Essenza del tempo

    It is with obscure offerings like this that I really fall for - have always been intrigued and always tried whenever I could find it but never really took the plunge until it Is too late. I thought...
  3. Re: Caron Le 3 Homme - go for Vintage EDT, current EDT, or vintage aftershave?

    I only have the vintage from the mid 90's and have a 100 ml spray bottle with a plastic cap and also the 100 ml splash (has to get for the bottle alone) with the square art deco glass stopper which...
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    Re: Habit Rouge After Shave

    I have a spray bottle of the after shave for a long time and really appreciate the more subtle aspect of this fragrance to wear in the morning - lasting power is not bad for an after shave and not...
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    Re: Getting to know Helitrope

    I do have the EDT version as well but I think the essence of heliotrope really shines in the EDP version - mind you I have not smelt what is on the market these days so cannot comment if there are...
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    Re: Getting to know Helitrope

    One of my favourite notes - I was using my bottle of Heliotrope & Santal by Accord Parfait last night and someone commented that something smells so beautiful like something cooking or baking. I...
  7. Re: Looking for a fragrance for my dad (60 YEARS) [HELP]

    From your list, definitely Habit Rouge - it is such a classic perfect for any age. One that I would highly recommend is Heritage -Guerlain - very sophisticated, rich and exudes a class act, and to...
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    Re: Herbal notes on a warm breeze... "garrigue"

    MPG's Garrigue is a lovely very natural breeze and has a feel good element about it - I do have a quite a few MPGs in the 'vintage' 90 ml bottles and some surprising creations include Jardin Du Nil...
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    Re: Oddball - Pasha de Cartier Eau D'Hiver

    To me, it is not a very long lasting scent, even when I bought it, I was rather undecided as I sort of figured it would not last terribly long after testing it. If Cartier had in mind to start of...
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    Re: Oddball - Pasha de Cartier Eau D'Hiver

    Yes, I have a 100ml of this for a long time now and have given up searching for info - if you think it is similar to Pasha, this will get you very disappointed very quickly as it may as well be...
  11. Re: Fragrances that disappeared before our very eyes..

    Hednic, totally with you with Cyprien - what a perfect fresh cypress scent sparkling with marine/ocean notes. Others I have that just appeared and dissapeared include Valentin, Swing, Sieste, the...
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    Re: Ferrari 456 GT and 512 TR - Anyone knows?

    I have this elusive pair since around mid 90s - I guess released around that time and have been trying to find info about them but to no avail, of course. By no mean aquatic - 456GT as mentioned...
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    Re: What do you think of these Aigner fragrances?

    Definitely a big Aigner fan - I think a lot of people will drool over that vintage set! No 2 is the 'cleanest' scent I have ever come across - so soapy and so 'just out of the shower' feeling, it's...
  14. Re: Recommendations for visiting a perfume store while in Paris

    Something that could be a pleasant experience is a visit to the perfume museum at Fragonard (a very French perfumery) - very close to the Opera House - rather interesting museum to see how perfumes...
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    Re: Help Please! :D New and into Galimard

    Galimard does make such great fragrances and Aigues Vives is like a somewhat more concentrated and richer version of Eau Sauvage and the top notes are sooooo fresh. I happened to pick up the 'parfum'...
  16. Re: The CARDIN CENTAURES.........rather strong, no?

    The strongest ones are probably the blue (Casaque) and the green (Fougere), the orange (Ambre) is more of an amber note, the blanc (white) is very powdery almost talc like - all the names are...
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    Re: Florence, what should I get?

    There was a lovely little perfumery called Mario's - cannot remember the address but was on the way into Piazza della Republica - and love the Laboratorio Olfattivo range. Iris from Odori - Profumo...
  18. Thread: Ettore Bugatti

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    Re: Ettore Bugatti

    Talk about resurrecting an old thread! Strangely enough, not long after replying to this back in 2010, I found three 50 ml bottles in the original blue box (the second picture - 'reformulated'...
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    Re: Question: Fragrances in France - Paris

    If you are travelling from outside the EU zone, check out the 'Tax free' sign at participating shops - as you would be entitled to received the sales tax portion after you leave the country - it's...
  20. Thread: Eau du Fier?

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    Re: Eau du Fier?

    Strange, I have never associated camp fire with this one, I love it for the similarities with smoky black tea such as Russian Caravan - have a bottle of this for years and I find the scent rather...
  21. Thread: Decanting Supplies

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    Re: Decanting Supplies

    Sent you a PM
  22. Re: L'artisan parfumeur, what would you guys recommend?

    Not really into this house but I do have some that I like - Tea for Two - wonderful smoky black tea (recently acquired Gucci Pour Homme II and find it a shadow of Tea for Two), Passage D'enfer - a...
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    Re: Melbourne Sniff-Together dates for 2013

    It was great to meet everyone and loved the non stop comments whizzing from one creation to another with such passion! Really enjoyed the game - so much effort and thought has been put into it -...
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    Re: Worth trying feminine MPGs

    Hey Jardanel, glad you found interest in the feminine MPGs, really great line of offerings and I don't see why they should not have more attention. The biggest difference between the male and female...
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    Re: Best Rochas scents?

    A wonderful house - apart from the six initially mentioned, I do also have Macassar - a few bottles including the original orginal squat shaped bottle, Moustache (re-release version), Desir, Reflets...
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    Re: Worth trying feminine MPGs

    I'm surprised you don't have Racine - wonderful woody vetiver notes. Of the feminine range, Soie Rouge with its sumptious pulpy red fruits and the apricots stand out in this; Jardin de Neroli -...
  27. Re: Help regarding current and older Guerlian Vetiver

    I have the 50 ml in the second link and the smell is great and I can't tell much of a difference between that bottle and what I used to wear - I have a 30 ml bottle which is in a completely different...
  28. Thread: Hotel fragrances

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    Hotel fragrances

    A long time ago, I stayed at the Hotel Concorde Lafayette in Paris and they had a gift shop selling souvenirs of the hotel including a perfume with the hotel logo - non gender specific but a nice...
  29. Re: Confused : Esencia Loewe, Loewe Pour Homme (green juice), Loewe Pour Homme (amber juice)

    The bottle I have is a 100 ml spray and the colour is somewhat greenish/chartreuse and I have had this for over 10 yrs. Haven't heard of any reformulations of this scent over the years and if there...
  30. Re: What are some good niche fragrances for casual wear?

    My favourites include Serge Lutens - Un Bois Sepia, Aniick Goutal - Eau du Sud, Knize Forest, L'Artisan's Navegar and the wonderful Fragonard's Cologne Grand Luxe
  31. Re: Confused : Esencia Loewe, Loewe Pour Homme (green juice), Loewe Pour Homme (amber juice)

    Loewe Homme, I believe exists in 100 and 150 mls and would usually be in a brown box - this would reflect in the first link on your list and the third link would be the same scent but it would be a...
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    Micallef Le Parfum #51

    I have a bottle of Micallef Le Parfum #51 for quite some time time now and have never been able to find any information about this scent even back then. I find that it has a wonderful orange note...
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    Micallef Le Parfum #51

    I have a bottle of Micallef Le Parfum #51 for over ten years and even back then, there were no infomation anywhere to be found. It is EDP for men as stated on the box. I find that there is an orange...
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    Re: Farina 1709 Eau de Cologne Original

    I have been using this for over 10 yrs now and have bought the bottles in the boutique many times- there is an actual boutique in Cologne. From what I can gather, it is a wonderfully fresh citrus...
  35. Thread: Shiseido Basala

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    Re: Shiseido Basala

    I was given a 15 ml bottle of the after shave from the shop in Palais Royal in Paris one time as a gift and have to admit I was a little tired of the scent by then and have not used it being an...
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    Re: Museum of Perfume in Paris?

    I have never been to the museum at Fragonard but always go to their shop whenever I am in Paris. Sure there are other perfume houses in Paris and Serge Lutens is always on top of my list but do...
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    Re: Celine Fever pour homme/ Comme des Garcons

    I always find Fever to have similarities with Dunhill Edition. The only Comme Des Garcons fragrance that has 'some' resemblance to Fever is Odeur 71 - Odeur 71 to me lasts fairly well most of the day.
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    Re: Anything similar to L'occitane Cade?

    Not exactly similar but Fred Hayman's Hollywood has a very nice juniper and apple opening followed by woody amber notes from memory - haven't use it for a long time but remember loving the juniper...
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    Re: Which Montana do I have ?

    If it was an olive green packaging, it could be Montana Green - I do have the EDT and it smells very fresh and green, rather lovely - haven't seen it around for a while, not sure it was discontinued...
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    Re: Galimard - sportissimo

    I have to say that Sportissimo is rather along the lines of Le Male by Gaultier but a little woodier - I have the parfum version of this fragrance - got that at their outlet in Grasse - the parfum...
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    Re: The Fragrances of Alain Delon

    The fragrances made for him are really excellent and very much overlooked. I have been using his scents for a long time and own AD classic, AD Plus, AD Pour Homme, Eau de sport, Pharos and Samourai...
  42. Re: Etienne Aigner Silver *******Why does no one ever talk up this great scent?

    Silver is probably the best thing from Aigner and one of my absolute favourites - why I say probably is because of Super Fragrance, of course - I have been using Silver when it was first launched and...
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    Re: Kenzo Air fraiche? Does it really exist?

    Yes it sure does, I do have a bottle of it - not sure if you're familiar with Kenzo Air but there is something in it that smells a little unpleasant to me, even though I have a bottle of it, I tend...
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    Re: Can anyone ID this old Lamborghini fragrance?

    I did have a bottle of the EDT a long time ago in the mid 80S - the first thing I remembered was it has a rather green top note and then went on to a rather persistent strong note (cannot remember...
  45. Thread: Etienne Aigner #1

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    Re: Etienne Aigner #1

    Yep, this is the same fragrance as the square bottle - I remember seeing it back then - don't know why I didn't buy it!! I do have a 50 ml bottle of the splash bottle and yes, the fragrance is rather...
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    Re: Anyone know this M. Micallef crystal bottle?

    I never thought I would see this picture anywhere !!! Micallef did have a line of fragrances - I believed it was when she first started with perfumes - with very simple names, Le Parfum No 31 and 51...
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    Help with Micallef perfumes

    Whilst on holiday recently, I came across Micallef's No 11 and 22 perfumes - they were housed in hand made cut crystal bottles with wooden boxes. Absolutely stunning bottles and fragrances and...
  48. Thread: Discontinued?

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    Discontinued?

    On a recent trip, much to my surprise, I came across the following discontinued fragrances which were added to the collection: Bugatti (blue box), Relax - Davidoff, Gucci Rush for men, Lagerfeld Man...
  49. Thread: Ettore Bugatti

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    Re: Ettore Bugatti

    There are 2 versions with similar bottles - the one with shown in the picture in the black box smells different to notes mentioned by Jaime - I believe the notes mentioned are for the scent in the...
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    Re: Help! If I love SL Chergui...

    I have to say that SL has to be my all time favourites - Fumerie Turque can be deceptive as it is really intoxicating that sometimes I find myself trying to not choke on it - the scent is close to...
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    Re: Birthday present for dad, help please.

    If you're thinking of Lutens, what about considering Chene as it is a wonderful woody and masculine but not too intoxicating and has a very confortable feel to it. Un Bois Sepia is also a wonderful...
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    Re: What fragrance best describes this lovely scene?

    To me, it is Chene by Lutens as it is majestic, serene and feels very comfortable with itself
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    Re: My trip to Paris...

    Paris is such a marvellous place to hunt for those elusive scents - most salespeople speak English well in Paris - I have heard most of the French people in Paris speak English well in general - I...
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    Re: Jacomo de Jacomo Deep Blue??

    I have really wanted to like this one as I am a big fan of Jacomo - have tried this a few times and every time I tried it, it smells fresh and clean in an oceanic way - if that's what you want in a...
  55. Re: Adventure Quasar by Jesus Del Pozo - is it any good??

    Going by memory, I can understand that this is compared to AdG but having Adventure Quasar for a long time now, I am certain that this is far more rounded as a fragrance as it starts of very green,...
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    Re: Guerlain Bouquet Numero 1

    I recently tried this one - very, very fresh springlike and rather sweet in a very feminine way - absolutely beautiful - very hard for a guy to pull that one off. Very impressed with it - age wise it...
  57. Thread: Alain delon plus

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    Re: Alain delon plus

    AD Plus would probably be the more 'user friendly' of the two as AD has a very green herbal opening with a very spicy floral heart and beautiful woody incensy whispers to finish off, I find the heart...
  58. Thread: celebrity scents

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    Re: celebrity scents

    Oooh, I do have Alain Delon's Lyra (quite a nice oriental) and one just called 'Alain' in a green box - could not find any info on that one but a nice woody scent - almost unisex. I have to agree...
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    Re: Through with niche mania, anyone?

    Funny you should mention Serge Lutens - to me, the quinessential 'niche' brand is Lutens. Sure, I have tried many things to date and being a scent lover for more than 30 years, I have come to know...
  60. Thread: L'Impact Caron

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    Re: L'Impact Caron

    I've had Impact for a few years now and I really prefer this version compared to Pour Un Homme EDT. It has a more concentrated note of something that I found lacking in the EDT version. I also have...
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    Re: Evolution of scent taste & MPG Or des Indes

    Oh yes, I have been enjoying Or des Indes for many years and it really is a magical ride, the opoponax and the sandalwood is just heavenly. I find that there are remisnicence of Tabac Blond somewhere...
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    Re: What is FdB "Soin de Parfum"?

    I've actually tried this in Vienna some years ago and it is like a moisture filled mist/spray infused with the scent that you spray liberally all over your body. The scent is less concentrated than...
  63. Thread: Medicinal Scent...

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    Re: Medicinal Scent...

    I've always thought of Lorenzo Villoresi's Uomo as fitting what you have mentioned - another very medicinal and bitter smelling scent I find is Annick Goutal's Vetiver. Aramis 900 to me has more of a...
  64. Thread: Coriolan

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    Re: Coriolan

    I can't figure out Coriolan, bought a bottle when it was first released and thought it was a little ho hum. After trying it on and off, finally started to appreciate its character - it may seem...
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    Re: Mazzolari scents for women

    I've been using Zagara for years now and it is still a wonderfully fresh and uplifting orangey white blossom spicy fragrance that can pass as a unisex 'cologne' type of scent but has a lot more depth...
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    Re: Just blind ordered Ormonde Man today

    I bought this one in the London store and the whole experience with Ormonde Jayne has been such a pleasure. OJ man - the scent speaks for itself and is one of the best woody, orientals to have come...
  67. Thread: Jasmine

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    Re: Jasmine

    Lutens fragrances can be difficult to wear aggie125 - of late (last 2 - 3 years) I have been loving their 'floral' range and Sarrasins is rather magnificent and really smooth as far as jasmine...
  68. Thread: Marseille soap!

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    Re: Marseille soap!

    As donna255 mentioned, the ones that I've come across are usually scented or unscented - I might have used the unscented one once but cannot recall it smelling like anything in particular, is...
  69. Thread: One Drop Perfumes

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    Re: One Drop Perfumes

    Interesting and cheap enough for copy perfumes but I have seen other places selling similar oils in roll ons approx 10 mls for MYR 10 (quite a big range of 'inspired' by fragrances as well as other...
  70. Thread: Jasmine

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    Jasmine

    There's been a lot of talk on Jasmine/Indole notes of late and I've forgotten that I found a bottle of White Jasmine (Parfum de Toilette) from Woods of Windsor earlier this year. I am wearing...
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    Re: fragrance in the Princapality of Monaco?

    Sent you a PM with details of places around the South of France.
  72. Thread: Memoire - Shiseido

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    Memoire - Shiseido

    I have a bottle of the parfum for some years now and tried that again last night and was blown away at how beautiful this combination of rose and heliotrope is. A little sweet due to the heliotrope...
  73. Re: Bold, warm, luxurious, playful - suggestions please

    I've always considered Tocade by Rochas to be all that you're looking for but you have to like vanilla for that one - one of my all time favourites warm, luxurious but ever so coquetishly charming...
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    Re: YvesSaintLaurent Nu

    Why do they have to discontinue this absolute beauty - the EDP is a must have for anyone who loves incense !! I have not come across any orchid that have perfume but if this is what white orchids...
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    Re: "Meditation" sample

    I have been using something called 'Meditation' Oil from an Australian company for years - later on I discovered Epice Noire (Malle) and Eau Lente by Diptyque which smells very close to scent of the...
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    Re: Rather well made summer frag for little $$$

    If you love the smell of oranges and sandalwood, there's the excellent Jardin De Neroli from MPG - I'm afraid it costs a little bit more than what you paid for but it is so sunny, fresh and...
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    Re: A scent like Gaia Mens Face Cream

    Hey, this is great stuff - have been using this for a little while and you're spot on with the scent - so uplifting, invigorating and clean smelling first thing in the morning - what with our current...
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    Re: Goutal's Eau du Sud: Wow. How have I missed this?

    A truly marvellous scent - while it is great as a summer scent, I actually prefer to use this in winter. I once spent a month in winter and this was the only scent I used for the whole month, the...
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    Re: Going to France - what to bring back?

    Darwinia, you snatched the word out of my mouth - yes Fragonard. I was going to suggest Serge Lutens but if you have not smelt any of them before - it is going to be very difficult to decide which ...
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    Re: What determines feminine or masciline scents

    Oh my! The price for 12 mls of Homage (the only size available) on Amouage's website list 265 EUROS - I would love a 100 mls of Homage attar and I'll give up everything I have for it !! I did splurge...
  81. Thread: Your Favorite Fig?

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    Poll: Re: Your Favorite Fig?

    A tossed up between Un Jardin En Mediterranee and Good Life. Have both of them and do enjoy them occasionally - went with Un Jardin due to the cedar notes. Fig scents are so delicious and creamy - I...
  82. Thread: Tomato leaves

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    Tomato leaves

    With so many companies trying to outdo one another for fresh smelling scents, I have noticed that tomato leaves as an ingredient has been cropping up now and then. The scent that has the most...
  83. Re: Caron Masculines - Interest before Luca Turin's "The Guide"

    It's great to see Caron obtain so much publicity here - Caron has been around for a long time and as purely a perfume house, it is very much on par with Guerlain as far as status goes. A much...
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    Re: Intrigued with Superfragrance for men by Aigner

    I absolutely love this scent - it does smell a little herbal and yes a little powdery but enough woods to give it a bitter warm touch - never 'too' much and feels somewhat clean and comfortable....
  85. Thread: Mandom

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    Re: Mandom smell?

    Mandom is such a huge company with different brand names under its umbrella and they have quite a few 'colognes' which generally are not for the likes of us who would analyse the contents, isolate...
  86. Re: Which is the fragrance house that suits to your taste/preference

    1. Definitely Serge Lutens (only the exclusive Parisian range) - I love my oriental fragrances - do not take to most of the export line
    2. Caron - have all of their offerings for men including...
  87. Thread: Creamy Clean Rose?

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    Re: Creamy Clean Rose?

    Rose from Caron (Urn Fragrance) is so clean and fresh, it is so irresistable as a soliflore rose fragrance. They claim that the fragrance 'evokes the delicacy of a bud picked at dawn' - have sampled...
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    Re: Looking to buy my first Guerlain parfum

    I would not hesitate to jump for the Jicky in parfum strength - did try the EDP and the parfum at the Guerlain boutique in Paris and have regretted that since as the parfum is just soooo much richer,...
  89. Thread: Rahat Loukoum

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    Rahat Loukoum

    Rahat Loukoum by Serge Lutens would probably be the one scent out of all his eclusive line that I am having second and third thoughts about. I have been tempted to purchase this for many, many years...
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    Re: Newbie perfume questions - Advice appreciated :)

    Just thought I'd mention these few outstanding creations if you want to leave a trial behind you:
    Aimez Moi - Caron (1996) - fresh, rich and woody
    Montaigne - Caron, the current re-release version...
  91. Re: Looking for everyday fragrance; already research done

    The two you mentioned are factastic choices, Bulgari Eau Parfumée au Thé Vert (Extreme) is the most peaceful scent that I have ever come across and the only thing I would use on long haul flights....
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    Re: I'll have 2 New Scents please!

    Just my 2 cents for your second fragrance. I have been using 'Orientals' for a very long time and is my favourite kind of scents. These are amongst my favourite timeless 'winter' smells:

    Zino -...
  93. Thread: Verbena questions

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    Re: Verbena questions

    I have a bottle of Verveine (Verbena) from Durance (made in Marseille in France, I believe) - lovely ultra fresh lemony sharp herbal scent - absolutely something to bring along for those long plane...
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    Re: any one familiar with bogner for men

    I have a bottle of this and have to say that I realy like it as it does smell very clean but also rather long lasting. I always feel good wearing this as it is fresh, uplifting and never too strong...
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    Re: Feminite du Bois: old and new versions compared

    I have a 'Parfum stylo' extrait of FdB - it is a roller pen holder with 2 tiny vials of the extrait totalling 1.8 mls. I find the extrait to be a lot richer and more complex and for a parfum, it does...
  96. Thread: Ferrari scents

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    Ferrari scents

    Anyone familiar with these two mens fragrances from Ferrari - 456 GT and 512 TR - I'm pretty sure they are name after models of cars. I bought both of them around the mid 90's but have no idea when...
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    Re: Memoire D'Homme (2)

    Hmmm, this is such a wonderful fragrance - everything about it is sooooo good from its bright sparkling top notes to the amazing base notes of the opoline which is a blend of opoponax, myrrh, amber...
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    Re: ST Dupont's Signature pour Homme

    Renato, I have tried Larrikin some time ago. Quite like it but never did get a bottle - will keep that in mind. I have a bottle of Santalia as well that I find interesting with the blond Aust...
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    Re: MCM Evening......a gem or a dud?

    This is an excellent scent !! It starts off very fresh aromatic and it segues into a warm and comfortable spicy and woody base. It is very difficult to distinguish all the notes but the floral notes...
  100. Thread: Gucci Nobile

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    Re: Gucci Nobile

    I don't find much similarities between Nobile and Lauder for men ??? I have been using Nobile since the late 80's and have always found Nobile to be a timeless fragrance and what a 'clean' and...
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