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    Default For fans of Drakkar Noir.

    Wow. I went to my local Yankee candle dealer today and picked up a few tarts for my warmers. Well, one of the scents I picked up was MidSummer's Night. It's a black candle, or tart in my case. I fired one up, and holy cow! it smells just exactly like Drakkar Noir. This may not be news to some, but it certainly is a new find for me. Sadly, I'm not a fan of Drakkar. Lol. Good thing I didn't buy that many of them.


    I messed up. I simply sniffed the tart through it's wrapping, and liked what I got out of it. However, when I got home, I found this out. Yikes!
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    Default Re: For fans of Drakkar Noir.

    Actually you're not alone! Months ago I posted about Yankee Midsummer's Night. I recalled that a friend from high school, Josh, used to smell really good but I didn't really associate it with him wearing a particular cologne. I thought he naturally just smelled good. Then when I smelled Yankee Midsummer's Night candle, it reminded me of how Josh smelled. So I asked BN members if they thought Midsummer's Night smelled like a particular frag that he might have worn. Sure enough, the overwhelming response on the board was that he probably wore Drakkar Noir. And it made sense, because I remember that Drakkar Noir was pretty popular when I was in high school in the mid 90s.

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    Default Re: For fans of Drakkar Noir.

    Yes! More Guy Laroche fans!

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    Default Re: For fans of Drakkar Noir.

    Quote Originally Posted by CologneJunkie View Post
    Actually you're not alone! Months ago I posted about Yankee Midsummer's Night. I recalled that a friend from high school, Josh, used to smell really good but I didn't really associate it with him wearing a particular cologne. I thought he naturally just smelled good. Then when I smelled Yankee Midsummer's Night candle, it reminded me of how Josh smelled. So I asked BN members if they thought Midsummer's Night smelled like a particular frag that he might have worn. Sure enough, the overwhelming response on the board was that he probably wore Drakkar Noir. And it made sense, because I remember that Drakkar Noir was pretty popular when I was in high school in the mid 90s.

    Funny how things work sometimes.
    I've been using this for over a decade off and on and I always said it smelled like Drakkar. Hilarious.
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    Default Re: For fans of Drakkar Noir.

    It smells like Drakkar Noir, or patchouli and lavender.

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