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    Question Robert Piguet re-issues

    Hi y'all,
    Just foundt this bit of information on the esteemed Nowsmellthhis site regarding two re-issues that sound wonderful, the one being Cravache for men. Has anyone seen this available in North America and where? Better yet, has anyone tried this?



    http://nowsmellthis.blogharbor.com/b...6/3140005.html
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    Default Re: Robert Piguet re-issues

    graffham,

    foetidus already has an excellent review of this. Sounds interesting.

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    Default Re: Robert Piguet re-issues

    My samples are from from Luscious Cargo. Cravache and Baghari are excellent. I haven't gotten around to Visa, yet.


    http://www.lusciouscargo.com/Merchan...tegory_Code=RP


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    Levente,
    Thanks for the direction!
    Choose to believe, choose joy.
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    I wrist tested Cravache and ultimately liked it a LOT. It starts out a complete disaster, like wet drywall, but after a bit it becomes an anice and amber delight. Sort of like a longer lasting version of Annick Goutal's Eau de Monsieur with a bit less citrus.

    Really nice.
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    Default Re: Robert Piguet re-issues

    I discovered Cravache at Saks in NY and immediately loved it. Luca says it doesn't hold a candle to the original which apparently had a strong leather accord. Having never experienced the original, I can't compare them. This is a dry woody citrus with perhaps a touch of lavender. Slightly reminiscent of Eau Sauvage, it has a bit of a dirty, sexy quality. It is definitely rich enough to be worn in cooler weather. Longevity is great for a citrus.
    Now I would love to try the other Piguet updates,

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    I have some of the original and I have to agree with Dr Turin. The new version is a let down.
    Fine fragrance is alive; it breathes, unfolds and unravels with each passing hour....

    Roja Dove

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    Smile Re: Robert Piguet re-issues

    One of the scents my father used to wear was Robert Piguet CRAVACHE and i still remember how good was this fantastic perfume.
    I have tested the reissue some days ago and I can assure you that it has nothing to do with the original.
    The same thing concerning to FRACAS ( my mother used to wear this also )
    The only one that have some similarities is BANDIT.
    I did not try VISA and BAGHARI

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    I have bottles of Bandit, Cravache, Fracas, and Visa and a couple of sample vials of Baghari. They are all wonderful in their own way. Bandit and Cravache are the most masculine. While the others are decidedly more feminine, they still have unique notes that can enhance other frags if you are a mixer. Cravache DOES have great longevity for a citrus. The Patchouli is magnificent in the drydown. I get a lot of compliments on this one.
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