Hm. I don't want to offend you, KiatBkk, but I for myself can't stand the figure of Werther anymore. There were times in my youth - ten years ago (I'm 24 right now) - when I felt congenial with Werther. Now it's a different viewpoint. In fact, I've come to object this kind of self-indulgent sadness, inaction, denying of life. (But don't think of me as a fan of vitalism either!)
We'd have to find a "weltschmerz"-fragrance. Something utterly dedicated to death.
Voleur de Roses (L'Artisan Parfumeur)
No. 88 (Czech & Speake)
Noir Épices (Frédéric Malle)
I'm not satisfied with that list. All of the fragrances named above do contain qualities that make them far stronger than Werther!
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Looking out of the window. It's Werther-weather today... Dammit!