Personally, I find Jicky to be the sexiest scent I've ever smelled, but as I've worn it for almost 30 years, my judgement is skewed, plus it's difficult for me to judge "sexy" on a man. First, because the decision is based on "what kind of man," and secondly because as it happens, the sexiest thing i've ever smelled on a man is B.O. However, If pressed, I would have to say the scents, in general, assuming they are worn on a man, I find sexiest are:
Yves Saint Laurent KOUROS (original formula--from the 80's)
Chanel Anteus (same--the 80's version)
and in the *now* version, Amouage Gold Man.
Givenchy Gentleman (last vintage that was worth anything: 1989, so inception to that year)
Jean Desprez Bal a Versailles (last vintage 1975, so 1963-1975)
I also find these scents sexy on anyone. If I *HAD* to select ONE men's scent to be sniffed on another man, and not myself,
say, if I were banned to a deserted island with one MAN--the only other human in the world--and my only choice as a sex partner, there would be no discussion. The "arrivals" on the island of exile would forcibly contain a lifetime supply of:
VINTAGE KOUROS, original. Cut off date, around 1989. I even get a kind of homo erotic thrill by sniffing the current version out of the bottle when I see one in a store, and I *MUST* do it--the way I *MUST* face displays of gay porn sometimes in shop windows, out of sheer perversity, and a secret curiosity at "just how far out is far."
KOUROS is far, far out: Could turn me into a homo sex slave on the right body, containing the right brain, framed in the right context: I'm sure I would be willing.