Great thread topic. I'll have to think of some passages from my own experience to add.
For yours, I'm not a juniper fan so no help on the Abbey, but Updike's cedarwood pencil shavings is often (both lovingly and disparagingly) leveled at Gucci Pour Homme (one of my personal favorites--the original, not GPH2). I get not just cedar, but smoldering incense and mineral graphite along with leather and cool, rooty orris that might be mistaken for a "wet windowsill" if one were so inclined. Dzongkha has even more iris along with cedar, incense and leather (and none of the amber in the drydown).