Originally Posted by mr. reasonable L'Ame d'un Heros & Chamade Pour Homme are the two 'successors' to Coriolan - depite Derby getting all the attention, I think they are both well worth a shot.
Myrrhe et Delires is also below the radar (it's new) but a cool addition to the line - I'm surprised more fans of Bois d'Armenie haven't recognised it as a kind of summer flanker.Tiffany for Men is arguably one of the best 'Chanel' masculines and still seems to be mercifully untainted by IFRA restrictions . . . Polge created it the same year he made Pour Monsieur Concentree.
The first time I tried Myrrhe et Delires I was enrapt. But then, when giving it several other tries, I felt exposed to an olfactory confusion that is slightly nauseating to me.
But I don't mind wearing Bois D'Armenie in summer as well as in winter.