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    Default If MI = Unforgivable then Unforgivable = ?

    Unforgivable = ST Dupont PH!

    today i tested the SJ unforgivable and i was startled to see the similarities between the two. did anyone else notice this? though it's not entirely the same juice but, neverthless, the similarities are soooo striking that its hard to ignore. the only notes where it take a complete turn is the base notes where the Amber and Tonka bean come in and give it that luxurious feel to unforgivable...

    anyone who digs unforgivable could definitely go for the ST Dupont PH blind.

    would be keen to hear everyones thoughts...
    Last edited by jenson; 28th April 2008 at 02:24 PM.

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    Default Re: If MI = Unforgivable then Unforgivable = ?

    you've got the first premise incorrect.

    More accurately: Millesime Imperial > Unforgiveable > Dupont PH

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    Default Re: If MI = Unforgivable then Unforgivable = ?

    yesterday I saw another clone but I already forgot its name. 10 dls. U in a coty-like bottle

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    Default Re: If MI = Unforgivable then Unforgivable = ?

    Quote Originally Posted by baudilus View Post
    you've got the first premise incorrect.

    More accurately: Millesime Imperial > Unforgiveable > Dupont PH
    pardon me my frnd. i have never tried the MI. and by no means i meant one is inferior to the other. where unforgivable is more relaxed and luxurious, ST Dupont is a bit harsher and in your face kinds...im really tempted to try out the MI now...
    Last edited by jenson; 28th April 2008 at 02:27 PM.

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    Default Re: If MI = Unforgivable then Unforgivable = ?

    Honestly its very hard for me to make a relationship between MI and Dupont PH!

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    Default Re: If MI = Unforgivable then Unforgivable = ?

    Pierre Cardin Black also smells almost identical to Unforgivable. But I seem to be the only person who BN's who has ever smelt it?

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    Default Re: If MI = Unforgivable then Unforgivable = ?

    Quote Originally Posted by baudilus View Post
    you've got the first premise incorrect.

    More accurately: Millesime Imperial > Unforgiveable > Dupont PH
    You are right on....Imperial is the King, and Unforgiveable is the court jester.....

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