I do think I'm noticing a big dose of it in my newly-bought CdG Avignon. I'm assuming it's the same dry, dusty, peppery quality I disliked in Gucci Pour Homme (I).
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I don’t love all of these but ISO E Super is best when it retains some of its velvety qualities:
Feminite du Bois
Rive Gauche pour Homme
These lack all of the velvety quality (It's hard not to like the smell of Avignon, though):
CdG Incense Series
Last edited by pluran; 22nd December 2011 at 12:22 PM.
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