Bogart Pour Homme (2004) is an incredible modern powerhouse that was created by Maurice Roucel.
It is a wonderful and rich composition that focuses on Tonka Bean, Cherry Pipe Tobacco, Patchouli and Lavender. There is a nice splash of bergamot on top, some florals in the heart, cedar, a nice clean white musk with a dollop of moss...but all of this is under the atomic use of Tonka Bean and the wonderful cherry pipe tobacco, which are center stage.
Funny, but as strong at it is (and I know I will hear it from those who disagree), but this is a balanced and very well-made fragrance that, while turned up loud, is actually very balanced and the dry down is wonderful (a bit linear, but very rich and impressive). Not too sweet for me. So, strength is relevant sometimes to 'how' notes present themselves and how blended compositions are. Personally, I think this is a wonderful scent and an incredible value.
And, for the record, Vintage Furyo, may be strong (very strong, actually) - but only for the first 60-90 minutes or so. Afterwards, it calms down and is a fantastic skin scent. So, out of the gate, both scents can be intimidating. Just spray them on earlier in your morning routine or before you head out so you are already into the base notes and the scents are warming to your skin.
I think both are wonderful, masculine expressions that stand apart from typical 'powerhouse' scents in the notes that are 'turned up'...fantastic, really.