I understand what pluran is saying. Many women love to wear Givenchy Gentleman or Azzaro PH or other classic masculine powerhouses and it smells great on them.
Having said that, back to the question from the OP.
Most of the ones I'd cite have already been mentioned.
But gentlemen you forgot:Macassar
by Rochas--I recommend you read Naed Nitram's review
Spot on.Blenheim Bouquet
by Penhaligon---if you've tried Yatagan but not this one, you're missing out imhoCuir d'Oranger
by Miller Harris---I find it amusing this one's labeled unisex.Eau d' Hermes
--As above. Vintage formula and good luck finding vintage Bel Ami
while you're at it.Grey Flannel
by Geoffrey Beene--barely
wearable but wearable.
(This touches upon Brut and Drakkar Noir & co
. which are the butt of jokes, and rightly so--sinus rockets like Jacomo de Jacomo
Insane knockout power like Carlo Corinto by Carlo Corinto
and the unwearable Quorum
which, I reviewed as "crotch in a bottle." More power to those of you who revere it but for me it's as much of a caricature of masculinity as Bandit
is a caricature of--what? A dominatrix? )
Backing off from the dark (or silly ) side to continue:Minotaure
by Paloma PicassoTuscany/Etruscan
by AramisVersailles pour Homme
by Jean Desprez--And the very best of luck finding a bottle.Kolnisch Juchten
by Parfums Regence--Ancient and subtle leather.
And if you care for understated machismo try the original 1934 Dunhill for Men, and Zino by Davidoff.