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    Default Ted Lapidus pour Homme 1987

    Any of the powerhouses lovers like this one? I'm interested in buying it as due the cheap prices recently. Haven't smelled it yet, and need more information.

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    Default Re: Ted Lapidus pour Homme 1987

    I was interested in this one a while back too, but the jasmine, honey, rose, and sandalwood in the triangle led me to conclude that it might be best avoided. Also, I have Boss No. 1 and CdG's Parfum, both of which feature a strong honey note, and I only like them once a month, so perhaps one day I'll get a sample in a swap, but otherwise, I don't think I'm missing enough to worry about it now.
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    Default Re: Ted Lapidus pour Homme 1987

    In terms of style, if you like Serge Lutens' sweeter scents you might like this one.
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    Default Re: Ted Lapidus pour Homme 1987

    Well that sounds very bad Mudassir. Don't like any of the Lutens so far (I like Arabie but it's not my style). Haven't smelled MKK though.

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    Default Re: Ted Lapidus pour Homme 1987

    Quote Originally Posted by Bigsly View Post
    I was interested in this one a while back too, but the jasmine, honey, rose, and sandalwood in the triangle led me to conclude that it might be best avoided.
    I used a whole 100ml bottle up and thoroughly enjoyed the experience. The combination of notes indicated above was brilliantly executed. I wold buy another bottle if i could find it here.

    I stick my neck out confidently to say TLPH is still one of the (underrated/understated) powerhouse '80s frags, and would add value to a collection.

    Great frag!
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    Default Re: Ted Lapidus pour Homme 1987

    I see nothing in common with Chêne, but I do see a great deal in common with Balenciaga pour Homme.
    This is strong stuff, folks -- not for the faint of heart. Virile, potent, Eighties man juice.
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