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    Default Re: Paco Rabanne: one trick pony?

    I cant believe Paco PH got some not so nice reviews, it is great in my opinion, there is always a bottle of it in my wardrobe. Along with Polo Classic Paco is man´s essence. Love it every bit of it.
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    Default Re: Paco Rabanne: one trick pony?

    Got a bottle of PR yesterday (blind buy). I had tested it some ten years when i didn't have any experience in fragrances but had no memory how it smelled. All i remember is that i quite liked it.

    So, yesterday when i tried PR the first thing that came to my mind was that it smells VERY similar to Jacques Bogart. Not as good as Bogart ( i just find it more classy and timeless) but still excellent.

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    Default Re: Paco Rabanne: one trick pony?

    Quote Originally Posted by joe mcclaine View Post
    Paco Rabanne PH was a popular one amongst English football fans in the 80s along with Polo, Kouros and Antaeus.
    Funny, I thought Brut was the frag of choice for the average punter!
    "I exist for myself, and for those to whom my unquenchable thirst for freedom gives everything, but also for everyone, since insofar as I am able to love - I love everyone. Of noble hearts, I am the noblest - and the most generous of those that yearn to give love in return. - I am a human being, I love death and I love life."

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    My classics: Dior Homme EdT, YSL Rive Gauche PH, Helmut Lang Cuiron, L'Occitane Neroli (vintage), Davidoff Zino, L'Occitane Eau des Baux

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    Default Re: Paco Rabanne: one trick pony?

    Quote Originally Posted by manicboy View Post
    Funny, I thought Brut was the frag of choice for the average punter!
    Brut would be very much out of place - they were usually wearing £1,000 of designer gear.

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    Default Re: Paco Rabanne: one trick pony?

    I admire PRPH and have liked it since the 80s but not enough to ever buy a bottle. I wouldn't say it brings all others to their knees. Polo begs to differ and is the real powerhouse of this genre.

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