Diptyque's Eau Lente, I'll posit. Starts with spice and light clove but dries to progressive beautiful vanilla. I dislike vanilla in most of our contemporary scents because it's used like a gourmand element and smells foody, and cookie/cake-y. I don't like that, but that's not how the vanilla drydown in Eau Lente goes. It's weird, but it's not like a drydown in Eau Lente, it's like a vanilla rising. A minty and sharp vanilla, and it's the one with the most seamless transition, smooth and unjarring, with a beautiful rising and strengthening of the vanilla. Clean, smooth, and amazing.
So that's the one I say.