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    Default Violet/violet leaves for men - which one is your favourite?

    I have been a violet leaves-junkie since I got my GIT. Since then I have tried (and own some):

    Grey Flannel by Geoffrey Beene
    Wonderful violet and musk in the base. Wish it would come as an EdP/oil without the herbal opening. The most priceworthy fragrance ever - if it weren't for the opening, this could be niche with a pricelabel 15-20 times what it costs now - and I would still buy it...

    Musc For Him by Narciso Rodriguez
    On me it's mostly about musk, I don't get much violet leaves here. However, it's a wonderful fragrance. Right now, the best in my collection.

    For Him by Narciso Rodriguez
    I didn't like it at all. To much wood and too harsh. Where's the violet leaves?

    Midnight Violet by Ava Luxe
    I find it too powdery and old fashioned to wear it with comfort. The opening reminds me a bit of Grey Flannel. I still think I'm going to learn to love it one day...

    Bois de Violette by Serge Lutens
    Very "perfumy" and a bit too feminine I think. Otherwise very nice. Have only sampled it as a wax sample.

    Eau de Cartier by Cartier
    Very fresh, but it's more about citrus than violet.

    Green Irish Tweed by Creed
    To me, the beauty lies in the drydown. It's all about violet leaves and ambergris - it gives some ethereal/smoky character which is hard to describe and even harder to find in other fragrances.

    To summarize: Nothing beats GIT when it comes to violet leaves. NR Musc For Him is a masterpiece, but it's not so much about violet leaves. Grey Flannel is the best combination of musc and violet - when the topnotes are gone.

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    Wow, I really have to give these a go, I've been meaning to ask about nice violet frags, and here's what I've been looking for.

    wait, no mention of Fahrenheit?
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    ohh you must try Creed's Green Valley too in that case. it's beautiful.

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    +1 On Green Valley

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    Bois de Violette

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    I think one of the most interesting recent takes on violet is the Comme des Garcons-Stephen Jones scent. It is a very modern take on violets and one I really like
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    Let's not forget Heeley's Cuir Pleine Fleur (Fine Leather). The notes are: violet, mimosa, birch, soft leather notes and vetiver (courtesy of the Lucky Scent website). It's a must try and in my honest opinion, the best from Heeley. It's a masculine (whatever that means) violet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TimothyX View Post
    wait, no mention of Fahrenheit?
    This was one of my first fragrances. I loved it dearly for a few weeks, then one day I couldn't stand it. It made me wanna throw up. Now several years later I still feel sick when someone wear it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jenson View Post
    ohh you must try Creed's Green Valley too in that case. it's beautiful.
    I've been interested in trying it. Some says it's not that different from GIT? Is it worth to get it if you already have GIT?

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    IMO, Fahrenheit has to feature here!

    There is a mossy nature in NR for him that is representative of the violet leaf I think. I enjoy this scent immensely. I also enjoy GIT, but I find the violet leaf in it to be really tame, just my opinion. Of those I have tried, Fahrenheit is my number one

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    GF Trumper - Ajaccio Violets is a simple and beautiful "fresh green" violet (but rather predictably short-lived)
    Santa Maria Novella - Violetta is similar, lasts a bit longer, maybe more on the feminine side, with a "violet candy" quality

    Speaking of "candied" violets, I rather liked Creed's Love in Black when I tried it recently -- but all the bad reviews here and elsewhere have made me doubt this first impression...
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    Quote Originally Posted by irrbloss View Post
    I've been interested in trying it. Some says it's not that different from GIT? Is it worth to get it if you already have GIT?

    well i don't see any similarity...think mint leaves, dew drops and violet leaves it's very refreshing, nothing like GIT or Silver Mountain Water.

    agree with you on Fahrenheit...i just despise it...
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    Agree with Matt...Fahrenheit!

    But violet leaves have been abused this past years in recent years. Almost every male designer frag has it especially in the basenotes. I'm getting quite tired of them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by irrbloss View Post
    I've been interested in trying it. Some says it's not that different from GIT? Is it worth to get it if you already have GIT?
    Yep, it's different enough to own both. It's got some GIT in there, namely the violets, but it is much sweeter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jenson View Post
    ohh you must try Creed's Green Valley too in that case. it's beautiful.
    and Kiton Black, and excellent violet leaf fragrance. similar to eau de cartier/concentree's violet leaf note, but more masculine, and less soapy.

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    Bois des Violette is lush & woody. The wax sample is very untrue. It blooms on skin.

    Penhaligons Victorian Posey is an unusual dry floral violet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PaulSC View Post
    GF Trumper - Ajaccio Violets is a simple and beautiful "fresh green" violet (but rather predictably short-lived)
    I still have yet to try this, shamefully.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DULLAH View Post
    and Kiton Black, and excellent violet leaf fragrance. similar to eau de cartier/concentree's violet leaf note, but more masculine, and less soapy.

    Excellent suggestion! Kiton Black is terribly underrated. it's a stunning fragrance. makes crisp statement.

    Eau de Cartier Concentree is another good one, but like dullah mentioned, it's pretty soap..most importantly, gets borin after a while...

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    Quote Originally Posted by PaulSC View Post
    Speaking of "candied" violets, I rather liked Creed's Love in Black when I tried it recently -- but all the bad reviews here and elsewhere have made me doubt this first impression...
    I own and enjoy this, it doesn't get much love here based on reviews. I don't get a "green" vibe from this (since it isn't violet leaf, but violet flower I am guessing?).
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    1. Narciso Rodriguez
    2. Invasion Barbare
    3. Bleecker Street
    4. Green Irish Tweed
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    I'll second SMM's recommendation of Stephen Jones - it's unique, it's fantastic, and it's my favorite violet fragrance at the moment. It's also great in warm weather, as the aldehydes give it a clean vibe that makes it never too heavy.
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    Another voice in the chorus fro Grey Flannel and Cuir Pleine Fleur. The latter is also one of the more original approaches to leather that I've encountered.

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    I second Grey Flannel. I'm fact I'm wearing it right now .

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    Sounds like Unscripted should be considered too, from what the BN reviews say. The strongest I can stand is in Rykiel Woman Not For Men.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vibert View Post
    Another voice in the chorus fro Grey Flannel and Cuir Pleine Fleur. The latter is also one of the more original approaches to leather that I've encountered.
    Add Green Irish Tweed to these two and that is what gets my vote.

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    Knize Two & Paul Smith For Men

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    M pour Monsieur by Marc de la Morandiere

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    I like Eau de Cartier and Grey Flannel. Also Dans Tes Bras has a violet note -- try it first because it's more "out there" than some (I love it).

    Another that is worth mentioning is Genie des Bois by Keiko Mecheri. It's a really nice woody violet that some men would find wearable, I think. Here are the notes: Violet, Nutmeg, Violet Leaves, Birman Benzion Balm. Sandalwood, and Cedarwood.

    A question for you men: Is Green Irish Tweed more masculine or more "unisex"? I haven't tried it yet, but it sure sounds appealing to me!

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    A unisex violet scent everyone who is interested in violets should sniff is the wonderful "The Unicorn Spell" by Les Nez.

    I'm going to second the recommendation for Creed's Green Valley.

    On the designer front, check out Calvin Klein Man. A nice and fresh take on violet, spearmint, and incense.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Haunani View Post
    I like Eau de Cartier and Grey Flannel. Also Dans Tes Bras has a violet note -- try it first because it's more "out there" than some (I love it).

    Another that is worth mentioning is Genie des Bois by Keiko Mecheri. It's a really nice woody violet that some men would find wearable, I think. Here are the notes: Violet, Nutmeg, Violet Leaves, Birman Benzion Balm. Sandalwood, and Cedarwood.

    A question for you men: Is Green Irish Tweed more masculine or more "unisex"? I haven't tried it yet, but it sure sounds appealing to me!
    Well, I'd definitely say GIT is more masculine than unisex, but you should give it a try if it sounds appealing to you. It really is a great fragrance.

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    Another vote for GIT here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haunani View Post
    A question for you men: Is Green Irish Tweed more masculine or more "unisex"? I haven't tried it yet, but it sure sounds appealing to me!
    I think it has more in common with typical men's fragrances than with women's, as it's much more green than floral, but I think anyone who likes it can wear it. I'm not a fan, but no-one could ever be offended by GIT - it's positively demure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SculptureOfSoul View Post
    A unisex violet scent everyone who is interested in violets should sniff is the wonderful "The Unicorn Spell" by Les Nez.
    One of my favorite violets next to Narciso Rodriguez For Him.

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    Trumpers Ajaccio Violets is wonderful, and 3 sprays to the chest lasts a good 6 hours on me.

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    Like Haunani mentioned already, the most recent fragrance with violet to really knock me off my socks, was Dans Tes Bras by Frederic Malle. Such a strange little creature. Almost makes Stephen Jones by CdG seem demure by comparison, even with the SJ's ink toner cartridge accord.

    And for what it's worth: I don't think of Green Irish Tweed as a violet / violet leaf scent. Of course, the note is there - but it's not what is most prominent to my nose when I smell it on myself or others.
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    as my boys alreadsy mentioned, to me the best Violet Leaf fragrance out there by far is Bleecker Street.....when i first sniffed it I couldnt understand what that note was that was permeating my entire being and had me absolutely entranced......and only through reviews i realized that it was violet......violet dominated every stage of the fragrance and i absolutely adore it. If i was only givena choice of one fragrance to 'define' me, this would be it.
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    What about Parma Violets? No one has metioned this. Violetta di Parma, a nice scent with an "old feel."
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    Quote Originally Posted by mikeperez23 View Post
    Like Haunani mentioned already, the most recent fragrance with violet to really knock me off my socks, was Dans Tes Bras by Frederic Malle. Such a strange little creature. Almost makes Stephen Jones by CdG seem demure by comparison, even with the SJ's ink toner cartridge accord.
    This fragrance has been tempting me since its release. I SO want to try it now!

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    Own and endorse the abovementioned GIT & Green Valley, adding:

    GEO F Trumper Ajaccio Violets

    Shortlived men's floral with a stunning execution. Almost unbearably "pretty"
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    You should be trying Eau de Cartier Concentree instead of the regular version, where the violet leaf note is definately more detectable to my nose.

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    Its a head to head between Love in Black and Midnight Violet for me .. with love in black winning out because of its superb rose drydown note (although I would prefer a more masculine woody drydown) and a dirty-socks accord.

    Dans Tes Bras is too much salicylates for me.. its like spraying on powdered aspirin.

    Bois des Violette..I dont know what happened to this one. Did they reformulate it with a thinner violet note and more wood?

    Its impossible to not notice the green violet leaf note in GIT.

    The Unicorn Spell has a good boiled-beans violet leaf note. And thats pretty much there is in this composition. Not enough to stand on its own.

    I have only tried the NR for him body oil. Little to no green, but decent if a bit gaseous musk.

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    Green Irish Tweed.
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    I love Tom Ford Black Violet. I layer it with Tom Ford for Men and it works brilliantly.

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    Geo F Trumper Ajaccio Violets sounds very nice. Anyone tried Verte Violette by L'Artisan?

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    Quote Originally Posted by zztopp View Post
    ...Bois des Violette..I dont know what happened to this one. Did they reformulate it with a thinner violet note and more wood?...
    I'm not sure it's thinner (having only smelled a recent bottle, more than once) but the violet note in BdV is interwoven with so many aldehydes it positively glistens and makes it hard for me tolerate unless it's extremely cold weather. If one could remove the central violet accord from BdV and make a fragrance just from that (an extrait, for instance) I'd pay top dollar for that. But as it is, it's too too rich & brassy.
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    irrbloss, have you reviewed sofresh's comprehensive thread of violet scents? http://community.basenotes.net/showthread.php?t=204238

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikeperez23 View Post
    I'm not sure it's thinner (having only smelled a recent bottle, more than once) but the violet note in BdV is interwoven with so many aldehydes it positively glistens and makes it hard for me tolerate unless it's extremely cold weather. If one could remove the central violet accord from BdV and make a fragrance just from that (an extrait, for instance) I'd pay top dollar for that. But as it is, it's too too rich & brassy.
    Wouldn't BdV without the violet be a lot like Feminite du Bois...? ( As a disclaimer, I've only tried BdV in wax sample form. )
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    I have to add this one--my fav masculine violet, the Arsene Lupin (formerly Dandy) by Guerlain.

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    Grey Flannel is unbeatable to me. And I really enjoy its green opening.

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    I like Guerlain's treatment of violets in Lavande Velours

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    I'm working on an absinthe based fragrance at the moment and I've been thinking about what it needs to improve it for a few days . . . I think I'll just go see what adding a little violet leaf absolute does for it.

    Thanks for the thoughts!

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    GIT has the best and most lush violet note I have smelled in a scent.

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    the best violet, a violet i can wear is - Eau de Italie Sienne d'hiver

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    Fahrenheit, I absolutely love it.

    GIT is great too!
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    Narciso Rodriguez musc for him OIL PARFUM.
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