To echo chayaruchama, Dzing! and Cuir Ottoman should both be tried on your skin - particularly because Dzing! disappears almost instantly on some people. (Myself included.) The two fragrances are not all that similar either, beyond being leather-based. Dzing! is a pungent, animalic, yet transparent leather, (perhaps distantly related to Eau d'Hermes,) while Cuir Ottoman is a lush, smooth, sweet, and fruity leather that bears some relation to Serge Lutens's Daim Blond. Of the two, I gravitate toward Dzing!, but I don't wear it on account of its poor longevity.