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    Default Re: Aramis Devin - WOW!!

    Quote Originally Posted by mikeperez23 View Post
    Sort of 'where it all began', huh ChuckW? Awesome!
    It's in the "neshachan" photostream on flickr. "Stone and Thomas" department store. This is the picture looking through the glass entrance back through the empty store. It's actually in very good shape! What boxes could be laying long forgotten in some back storage room?
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    I'm another wearer from the late 70's and early 80's. I think it's more suited to me now that I'm in my middle years.

    Aramis is, in my opinion, a terrific house and you can hardly complain at the prices, either.
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    I'm very cuorious to try Devin, and also Aramis 900 but they are not available here.. Can you please tell me a bit more about these scents?
    I like Antaeus, Aramis, Oscar de la Renta Pour Lui, Davidoff Zino and Cartier Santos. Will I like Devin and 900?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oslo-Fjord View Post
    I'm very cuorious to try Devin, and also Aramis 900 but they are not available here.. Can you please tell me a bit more about these scents?
    I like Antaeus, Aramis, Oscar de la Renta Pour Lui, Davidoff Zino and Cartier Santos. Will I like Devin and 900?
    I enjoy all of the ones you've mentioned but found vintage Devin, whilst not bad, just a little dull and joyless. Sold mine in the end.

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    Probably of all the scents that came out of this house, this was the one I found the most pleasant after having tried it.
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    I have a gym partner that lovesss this Devin by Aramis, when we talk about fragrances it seems he always sneaks it unto conversation and raves so much about Devin, Devin this and Devin that: will have to try it someday but to think about , why is he never wearing it there, so I can sniff on him ...I will try to remember to ask him , next time I see Him.....and this stuff is readily available at reasonable price ....
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    Default Re: Aramis Devin - WOW!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Oslo-Fjord View Post
    I'm very cuorious to try Devin, and also Aramis 900 but they are not available here.. Can you please tell me a bit more about these scents?
    I like Antaeus, Aramis, Oscar de la Renta Pour Lui, Davidoff Zino and Cartier Santos. Will I like Devin and 900?
    If you can imagine a greener Halston Z-14, you're getting close. Wore Devin yesterday for the first time in a long time and it smelled wonderful! 900 is a completely different beast.
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    Quote Originally Posted by manicboy View Post
    If you can imagine a greener Halston Z-14, you're getting close. Wore Devin yesterday for the first time in a long time and it smelled wonderful! 900 is a completely different beast.
    I haven't tried that one, but I own Italian Cypress.

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    Will you consider Devin as a typical "powerhouse" ?

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    I have just found a BNIB bottle of It from its previous bottle design with a green box! 60$.
    I am now deciding to buy it!
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    Having wore all the Aramis fragrances in the 70's and 80's this was a big hit with me and my future wife at that time. Devin, 900, 900 herbal and original Aramis. I still have a little 900 the original and it is shockingly potent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TNBLUEMIKE View Post
    Having wore all the Aramis fragrances in the 70's and 80's this was a big hit with me and my future wife at that time. Devin, 900, 900 herbal and original Aramis. I still have a little 900 the original and it is shockingly potent.
    How is Aramis 900 compared to Davidoff Zino?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oslo-Fjord View Post
    How is Aramis 900 compared to Davidoff Zino?
    Sadly, I am not familiar with Zino. But I can tell you Aramis 900 packs a punch with near unrivaled longevity the batch I have is from the mid eighties and I have used it off & on since that time when I want something with an exclamation point. Woody, citrusy in the opening then Rose & carnation take the floor then the dry down encompasses many notes and depends on the whiff you may get. Rosewood, amber, vetiver you name it.

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    Still love it!
    Is the juice worth the squeeze?

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