My 2 cents: Black Suede Touch has a better rendition in Bogart pour Homme, and Black Suede has many notes in common with Stetson, this being more floral, having more longevity and complexity. I'd rather choose Bogart and Stetson.
Well what exactly does it smell like? Any other cologne you can typify it to?
It's sort of (not completely) like Knize Ten; it's an old-fashioned, powdery leather scent with a prominent nutmeg note and some powdery floral notes. For the price, it's excellent, but if you're into something more modern-smelling, Black Suede probably isn't what you're after.
It's been a huge seller for, what, 25 years?, for good reason: It turns women on. And that's because under (or over) the traditional and very nice meld of fragrance notes, it smells like clean, warm male skin right out of the shower. Yummmmmm. PS--Use it with a fairly light hand, please.