Joop, of course.
maybe should have just said sweet oriental but the two mentioned below come in edc and sport version which aren't as heavy.
guerlain habit rouge
cartier santos/ concentree
Joop, of course.
santal noble yes good 1!
i wonder if egoiste is as good as habit rouge. perhaps a younger version since it was a 90's fragrance.
maybe le male? or is that already considered a gourmand?
Last edited by pourhomme; 16th July 2010 at 03:47 PM.
I get some gourmand notes from two ultra-classic male frags: Mouchoir de Monsieur by Guerlian and Caron pour un Homme.
Animale Animale for men
Joop Homme (as mike said)
Caron Pour Un Homme
Gucci Nobile... such a fab scent.. it emnates the same kinda vibe as lutens 5'o clock gingembre
Nobile and Acier? I would never think of these as gourmands. Aren't gourmands supposed to have some food-like notes? I don't get any from these two.
Doesn't Acier have fruit, including bananas? I thought of that one too.
Also +1 for Animale Animale, which I think predated A*Men.
Supposedly it does, but the metallic notes prevent me from possibly thinking of this as a gourmand which I believe is more accurately classified as such due to predominant food-like top notes.
I'd say the original women's Must (1981). I find Azzaro's Pure Lavender to largely be a weaker version of Must (the drydown).
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