I love Salvador Dali pour Homme. To me, it's a wonderfully blended, very masculine, uniquely dark oriental (powerhouse) fougere, and a very controversial one at that. The problem that I have had is picking out the individual notes and being able to adequately describe the fragrance (from top notes through dry down) to people I know who have never smelled it. I was wondering if anyone of you fellow B-noters can describe this fragrance, realistically, from top- to mid- to base-notes, rather than in terms of animal sacrifices, satanic orgies, Satan's armpit, etc.. Help me out! Thanks!!!