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    Default Re: "Green" Fougères?

    I'd recommend Fou d'Absinthe, and offer another nod to Bowling Green as well.

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    Nice list, pluran. I will study it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jtd View Post
    This sounds just like Paco Rabanne pour homme to me. I know that there are other green and herbal components to it, but to me "pine fougere" utterly captures it.
    +1000

    Paco Rabanne is the definitive green fougere. I own the vintage version, and it just encapsulates the genre.

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    I recommend Fougere Royal which was recently reissued, it is very green and every bit of it is amazing

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    Quote Originally Posted by neo_angel View Post
    what are the difference Between patou pour homme and pour homme prive?
    Patou Pour Homme is a rich, dense oriental-chypre hybrid in smell.

    Patou Pour Homme Prive is an aromatic fougere (lavender).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hob Dobson View Post
    How about Knize Forest?
    + 1. I love it, my favourite green fougère
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    excellent suggestions so far.
    I'd like to mention Joseph Abboud, a fragrance that doesn't get much air time.

    It may not have lavender in it, but it's very aromatic and ferny.
    These are the notes according to Aus Liebe Zum Duft:

    Topnote: Lemon, Orange, Basil, Bergamot

    Heartnote: Jasmine, Violet, Ginger, Thyme, Camomile, Black Pepper

    Basenote: Cardamom, Cedarwood, Sandalwood, Vetiver, Musk, Ambergris

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