This is actually a fairly broad, and often snobbishly discounted, fragrance category containing (obviously) bay leaf and rum, but also various spices and sometimes tobacco. I'm a fan of the Bigelow version you referenced, but I really dislike the Pinaud one that other basenotes guys sometimes mention positively. The major player in this field I haven't tried is the Trumper version, which I hear is very good. C&S Cuba is a variation on this theme that is excellent, but quirky (what with the peppermint and all). The first Tommy Bahama is good, but not in my top choices in this category. I had high hopes for Saint John's. but I found it just OK. I'd say buy the Bigelow, which is inexpensive, and sample the Trumper and C&S. Aramis Havana is re-launching in Sept. and that is supposed to be great as well. You can also get Saint John's samples inexpensively from their website, but again, I was disappointed in them.