Good list here, DuNez!
However, I would like to add Giorgio for Men, Vintage Kouros (where it is more noticeable), Vintage Givenchy Gentleman and Chergui Serge Lutens and make a key point that Balenciaga Pour Homme does not actually have honey as a note. Neither does Balenciaga Ho Hang Club, EarNoseThroat. I am going to write a forum thread (which I have already in draft) about the "honeyed" accord of Vintage Balenciaga scents. I hold these bottles in the highest regard and consider Balenciaga a magnificent house in their glory days (which have past). It is actually the depth of the key resin found in those compositions, Styrax, combined with other ingredients (including other resins and rich, deep floral notes). Caramel is an actual note in Balenciaga Pour Homme, by the way - so there is some sweetness.
Interesting thread. And, for the record, Vintage Paco Rabanne Pour Homme does not have honey as a note either. It has a 'honeyed tobacco
' note, which blends incredibly well with the rich resins (cistus and lentisk) as well as amber, oakmoss, and tonka bean (coumarin). But, no actual honey. A significant difference and someone with even an average nose can discern the two notes clearly as different.
Originally Posted by DuNezDeBuzier
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