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    If there was one perfume id bring back to life that would have to be Tuscany Forte.
    This beauty was my travel companion for many years & when i learnt it was discontinued i was rather saddened because i have so many great memories attached to this one.
    Apart from the obvious Tuscany Uomo (which i dislike), is there anything like TF ?

    thanks
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    Please explain to me the difference between Tuscany and Tuscany Forte, to you. I smelled both and honestly I couldn't tell the difference (!?)
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    To my nose they are different
    Forte is a subtle (less spicier)/rounder version of TU!

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    A long time ago, Tuscany per Uomo Forte was recommended to me, so I put it on my test list. It isn't one that would seem to particularly appeal to me, but I still want to try it because I've been "trying" to do so for over two years now!

    I tried the regular version, and wasn't exactly blown away...but still.... maybe it's the rarity of the forte that makes me want to try it.
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    Windsor, Bois de Santal, Original Santal, Elixir, Douro, Endymion, Reflection, Arcus, Marwah

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    Default Re: Tuscany Forte

    Quote Originally Posted by mikeperez23 View Post
    Please explain to me the difference between Tuscany and Tuscany Forte, to you. I smelled both and honestly I couldn't tell the difference (!?)


    Wearing them both today and can report the answer to your question is, mmmm, about six hours.

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    Really so the extra patch--wasn't that the main difference in the pyramid, supposedly--doesn't make that big a diff except in longevity? This is one I always wished I could have tried. I do like Tuscany very much but it's a pretty short song: "Her majesty's a pretty nice girl but she doesn't have a lot to say..."

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    I don't see much similarity. Tuscany to me is just a sweet, not well put together, boring scent. Forte is, as the name implies, a powerful, timeless men's classic.

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