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    Default Looking for a classy citrus (not Eau Sauvage)...

    ... that would be suitable for daily office wear and has a decent amount of sillage and longevity. Any suggestions?

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    Nothing is classier then Chanel Eau de Cologne, though it's pricey. Hermes Eau de Orange Vert, Lubin's Eau Nueve de Lubin, and Chanel Allure Homme Sport and Edition Blanche are all good.

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    i'm sure you would have tried these...presuming you dont want niche scents...here are some u cud look into..

    L'eau D'Issey by Issey Miyake
    Uomo or Freinds by Moschino
    Lalique Ph (lion)
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    Unforgivable by Sean John
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    You might be surprised at how good D&G Masculine is. It's one of the most beautiful, simple, satisfying citruses I've ever smelled. And it can be had for cheap. I know that on the directory it has mixed reviews, but it's really wonderful. I get really good longevity and sillage when I wear it. There's a touch of mellow vanilla in the base.

    To me, this scent conjures the happy feelings of childhood --running home from the last day of school before summer vacation. This one is fantastic.

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    Nina Ricci Signoricci - classy citrus in a bottle.
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    Signoricci (the last one) comes to mind, as do both Castile and Boucheron Homme.

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    I agree, but too shortlived, unfortunately.
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    Rochas Eau pour Homme.

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    Default Re: Looking for a classy citrus (not Eau Sauvage)...

    Quote Originally Posted by rex View Post
    I agree, but too shortlived, unfortunately.
    I personally do not find Signoricci short-lived. But we all have different body chemistry.
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    I happen to think that the best citrus is Eau de Guerlain, but, alas, it's gone after 5 seconds.

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    I really like Signoricci and the wonderful Eau de Rochas pour Homme.

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    Quote Originally Posted by petruccijc View Post
    I personally do not find Signoricci short-lived. But we all have different body chemistry.
    Yeah. The only scents that seem to last more than six hours on me are heavy, amber based orientals, which I deeply hate.

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    Chanel Pour Monsieur (1955)
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    I usually don't suggest niche, but MPG Pour le Jeune Homme came to mind. Great longevity. Powerful enough.
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    This one was a great dissapointment. Five minutes of beauty followed by two hours of boredom.

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    Lorenzo Villoresi Uomo opens with a beautiful neroli/bergamot accord and holds onto a significant amount of citrus through its progression into vetiver/resins. I wouldn't say the longevity is wonderful but it's quite good for a citrus and some mention excellent longevity in their reviews.

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    I had a sample Creeds Citrus Bigarrade. I thought it was wonderful. It will need refreshing every three hours or so.


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    Nina Ricco Signoricci and Czeck & Speake Citrus Paradisi are my favorites in this genre.
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    Bonds Little Italy- Clementine and grapefruit

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    Quote Originally Posted by akdeluxe View Post
    I had a sample Creeds Citrus Bigarrade. It will need refreshing every three hours or so.
    Which is quite costly...

    Just realized that I have confounded this with "Cologne Bigarrade" by Malle. Which would be really costly...
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    Huge woods and classy citrus: Homme de Gres

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    It's an obvious one, but since nobody's mentioned it yet: Terre d'Hermes

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    Another vote for Boucheron PH, which was my SotD - very classy IMO.

    Also Carolina Herrera - Herrera for men, which has lots of citrus with some tobacco thrown in

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    Boucheron Pour Homme.

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    Eau de Guerlain was my first thought.

    Quote Originally Posted by rex View Post
    I happen to think that the best citrus is Eau de Guerlain, but, alas, it's gone after 5 seconds.
    Not in my experience, just moisturize with some lotion and let it absorb, then spray/splash. This stuff has a great drydown on my skin.

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    My fav's are Divine Bergamot by The Different Company and Malle's Bigarade Concentree.

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    Sisley Eau De Campagne.
    Very classy and very citrusy (green). One of my favourite scents on a man.

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    Default Re: Looking for a classy citrus (not Eau Sauvage)...

    I was thinking about this and realized that the note "citrus" is far too broad and encompassed thousands of fragrances. First, do you mean lemon/cedrat (Guerlain Eaux, Allure Sport), grapefruit (Floris Pink Grapefruit, Allure Edition Blanche, Guerlain AA Pampelune), orange (EdOV), or lime (Moustache)? Do you want light, airy citrus (Eau Neuve, Pour le Jeunne Homme) or thick, heavy citrus (Tiffanys for Men, PdN New York)? Citrus by itself is too broad.

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    The only citrus I am craving for is Neroli by Czech & Speake...
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    Default Re: Looking for a classy citrus (not Eau Sauvage)...

    Quote Originally Posted by SirSlarty View Post
    Huge woods and classy citrus: Homme de Gres
    I second this one

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    I was very impressed with Eau de Fleurs de Cedrat (Guerlain) when I tested it in a shop a few months ago. I was sore tempted to buy it, but my budget only allowed one Guerlain that visit. If I were to buy a single citrus fragrance to represent the genre, I'd buy that one.

    Chanel Pour Monsieur (1955) is quite good too, but there's more going on there than citrus.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rex View Post
    Which is quite costly...

    Just realized that I have confounded this with "Cologne Bigarrade" by Malle. Which would be really costly...

    Yes..very. Thank god there are others.


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    Wow ... when I think of a "classy citrus", the first thing that comes to mind is AdP Colonia Assoluta. Hard to believe no one has mentioned it yet. I first dismissed this one as I thought it smelled a bit too dated. But that's only the topnotes and after a couple minutes or so ... well ... it's a very classy citrus to me.

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    Currently the citruses that I find most satisfying are ADP Colonia and Miller Harris' Citron Citron.

    I agree with bbBD that citrus is too broad and needs to be narrowed down.

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    Diorella
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    Quote Originally Posted by ziffy321 View Post
    Wow ... when I think of a "classy citrus", the first thing that comes to mind is AdP Colonia Assoluta. Hard to believe no one has mentioned it yet. I first dismissed this one as I thought it smelled a bit too dated. But that's only the topnotes and after a couple minutes or so ... well ... it's a very classy citrus to me.
    I love it too....even more so than its elder brother 'Acqua di Parma Colonia', which I can suggest as a good citrus fragrance.

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    Versace pour Homme

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    Quote Originally Posted by penelope99 View Post
    Bonds Little Italy- Clementine and grapefruit
    This is a very very long lasting citrus scent, but I would not call it "classy", as it smells too much like candy, and not very natural/convincing. Very good recommendation for those who like sweetness/candied citrus, and want sillage and longevity.

    As for "classy" citrus frags, the best imho are Hermes Eau D'Orange Verte & Creed's Selection Verte, but both have very poor longevity and sillage. Somewhat better in both longevity and sillahge, and just as classy, are Miller Harris' Tangerine Vert, and Hermes Concentre D'Orange Verte. Although the latter does not smell as "wet" as it's weaker cousin.

    I have seen Domenico Caraceni's Ivy league described as a scent totally dominated by Citrus, and particularly a newly-developed very long-lasting citrus. The same technology that is used in Little Italy. I ahve not smelled "Ivy League", can anyone whom has confirm this ? And if so, is it more natural/classier than Little italy ?

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    Default Re: Looking for a classy citrus (not Eau Sauvage)...

    Quote Originally Posted by ziffy321 View Post
    Wow ... when I think of a "classy citrus", the first thing that comes to mind is AdP Colonia Assoluta. Hard to believe no one has mentioned it yet. I first dismissed this one as I thought it smelled a bit too dated. But that's only the topnotes and after a couple minutes or so ... well ... it's a very classy citrus to me.
    Yes, this one has nice longevity for me, and doesn't go bitter or off as easily as the normal Colonia does on me.

    I also like Divine Bergamote (aka Bergamote), Creed Neroli Sauvage, Chanel Allure Homme Sport Cologne, and Creed Bois de Cedrat. Only the Chanel has decent longevity for me, but the Neroli Sauvage gets the most compliments. As far as longevity goes, I see nothing wrong with a noon refresher at work when wearing citrus. After all, why not enjoy the amazing topnotes of citrus at least twice a day?
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    ^Yes, on original Colonia, the lavender does seem bitter on me, after the citrus fades, and before the sweet rose base comes thru.
    Quote Originally Posted by ziffy321 View Post
    Wow ... when I think of a "classy citrus", the first thing that comes to mind is AdP Colonia Assoluta. Hard to believe no one has mentioned it yet. I first dismissed this one as I thought it smelled a bit too dated.
    Assoluta, to me, it shared just a little too much with original BRUT. Although, I agree all forms of Colonia are classy, and are all very citric.
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    M:Men is by far the nicest citrus scent i've ever used/tried/bought.

    i'm not a huge citrus fan, so i can't really say.....but M:Men is a fantastically constructed scent which isn't too expensive or hard to find. Definitely worth trying.

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    FM Bigarade Concentree is one of my favorites -- it's pretty unisex -- and I wear it almost every day. I can do that because it's so short-lived on me that before lunch I am ready to spray something new.

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    This is a fantastic thread. Thanks to all you guys--the thinking on one of the main genres of male fragrances here is really informative.

    I come here too late though. Signoricci was my first thought so I have to third Tvlampboy and Petruccijc. Chalk up scores for those guys. I agree with Acqua di Parma too, already mentioned. I further agree with BbBD too, that the genre is huge. Given the size I want to be the first to add Caron's L'Anarchiste to the thread. It's weird, sure, but it's heavy to orange peel. Maybe hard to call it a citrus scent pure and simple since it has the clove/carnation, but the orange pith/peel note is citrus and very distinct.

    Signoricci (which lasts and lasts for me), Acqua di Parma Colonia (also lasts), and L'Anarchiste (a sillage and duration monster).
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    Quote Originally Posted by rex View Post
    I agree, but too shortlived, unfortunately.
    100% agree.....I bought one bottle of Signoricci....Terrible mistake.....Only minutes.....or seconds....


    Try YSL Pour homme Haute Concentration.....Lemons, lemons and lemons.....Very classy and super long lasting.
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    Miller Harris - Citron Citron
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    Quote Originally Posted by DULLAH View Post

    I have seen Domenico Caraceni's Ivy league described as a scent totally dominated by Citrus, and particularly a newly-developed very long-lasting citrus. The same technology that is used in Little Italy. I ahve not smelled "Ivy League", can anyone whom has confirm this ? And if so, is it more natural/classier than Little italy ?
    What a nice surprise Ivy League was for me (Thanks Ziffy321 for sellin it to me). Its more of bergamot and mandarin than citrus. Mint isn't supposed to be one of the accords, but I'm not sure whats in there that gives me a minty smell. Ivy Leage doesn't get as much love as it deserves because of the 800lbs gorilla that Domenico Caraceni 1913 is.
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    to me nothing more classsy than Cologne 68 from Guerlain
    then Tom Ford - Neroli Portofino
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    Many have been mentioned but I'll throw my suggestion into the ring.

    CRAVACHE has amazing longevity for a classic citrus. Also (IMHO) a slightly warm and soothing feel that is absent in most others. Give it a sniff.
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    Signoricci and Agua fresca de adolfo dominguez
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    I'm going to second the recommendations for:

    Art of Shaving - Lemon. A simple and fantastic lemon dominated scent with great longevity. Imagine AdP Colonia but more modern, more masculine, and without the rose (and with longevity!)

    Versace PH - Tart citrus opening followed by more citrus and a huge dose of clary sage. Similar to Allure Homme Sport without the sweetness in the drydown. Citrus like feel throughout. Great longevity, moderate sillage.

    And add a recommendation for:

    Ineke - Derring Do: A metallic citrus with some magnolia in the heart. A bit more lighthearted than the above, more playful. Perhaps not classy in the traditional sense, but would make for a great office wear scent. Excellent Longevity, moderate sillage.


    AdP Colonia Intensa: Haven't tried it, but from the reviews, it sounds like it would be up your alley. And up my alley, too. I tend to really appreciate Alberto Morillas' works, and I'm curious to see what he can do when given a bigger ingredient budget which I'd imagine AdP would provide. I'm going to be grabbing a sample of this soon.
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    Three spring to mind immediately, two of which have already been mentioned:

    Boucheron PH (the epitome of elegant citrus frags)
    YSL Pour Homme (the old one, not to be confused with the newer YSL L'Homme)

    The third for me is something very close to my heart: Bowling Green. This is like a 'lighter version' of the YSL Pour Homme, and more 'modern' whatever that means, with a brilliant long-lasting citrus on a light woodsy, nutty base. I adore it. YSL is glorious too and a very simple composition of just lemon, thyme and vetiver. But I think it shows its age more than BG.

    If it's citrus and classy you're after, and non-niche, these should be on your list.

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    Armani PH (the classic one)

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    Baby Blue Jeans. Classy, citrusy, and inexpensive
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    If not Eau Savage how about Diorella?

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    Guerlain Imperiale is on my radar. To my nose, its a classic citrus.

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    Lauder for Men has a dirty citrus.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scentsual View Post
    Guerlain Imperiale is on my radar. To my nose, its a classic citrus.
    Yes. And also very shortlived.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bbBD View Post
    I was thinking about this and realized that the note "citrus" is far too broad and encompassed thousands of fragrances. First, do you mean lemon/cedrat (Guerlain Eaux, Allure Sport), grapefruit (Floris Pink Grapefruit, Allure Edition Blanche, Guerlain AA Pampelune), orange (EdOV), or lime (Moustache)? Do you want light, airy citrus (Eau Neuve, Pour le Jeunne Homme) or thick, heavy citrus (Tiffanys for Men, PdN New York)? Citrus by itself is too broad.
    Your absolutely right of course. By "citrus" I meant "lemon" actually.

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