Anything you test with the common citrus notes may smell like 4711 or the classic edc to you. It might help to try and learn to identify these notes so that if you want to avoid them, you can do so. I would say bergamot and neroli are the responsible notes. These compositions also include lemon, petitgrain, etc. and some green notes like lemon tree leaves.
For me, neroli is resopnsible for this feel. I like it in very few scents myself or elst it becomes barbershop for me.
Citronnier is of course a good example of what you should stay away from. I doubt that most other Lutens smell anything like an edc. Maybe Flor D'Oranger but I haven't ever tested that.
I'm not too crazy about the classic edc feel, especially because they don't last very long. My choice for this type of scent has always been Armani Eau Pour Homme and YSL Pour Homme (both concentrations). Other citrus I like but don't consider edc type are: Dior Eau Sauvage, Roberto Cavalli Man and I like the citrus/spice/pine/musk of Penhaligons Blenheim Bouquet.
If you like very strong lemon in an oriental setting, do try Hanae Mori HM (EDT or EDP), which is very strong and long lasting leomn with florals and vanilla. Also Boucheron Pour Homme.