George Trumper's Spanish Leather is another that gives me that feeling.
i bought truefitt and hill's. that one is modern barbershop. one review compared it to prada amber. didn't want to pay for the samples of trumper and truefitt sent them for free.
Shaving Shop is more vibrant, opening with citrus before settling into a moss-and-cedar accord that is very soapy and lasts several hours.
so shaving shop is the name of the fragrance. i see. i thought it was the brand name. thanks will look into that.
Scents are ageless, which is not the case for individuals wearing them. Perceptions on scents are subjective, this means someone smelling an old man wearing X EdT could be the reason why a fragrance might be judged as dated; at the same time, if it were worn by a youngster, perceptions could be totally contrary to the first impression.
yes i agree with you there. i must ask my dad if he wore azzaro because i thought it smelled like him. however i believe he didn't. aramis is the oldest of men IMO. *hides from the grumpy old men*
penhaligons racquets formula has also intrigued me though i wasn't able to find the time to shop last time i was in london.