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    Default Most natural smelling designer fragrances

    Title says it all . What designer fragrances do you consider most natural (not synthetic) smelling? I think its very hard to find natural smelling one..

    Out of my small wardrobe: Pure Malt, ADG, Black Code, Avon Black Suede Touch, Body Kouros, Aqva PH, Dior Homme, Encre Noire, Gucci PH II, Nightflight, Pi, Rochas Man & CK One I consider only 3 to be natural smelling. Encre Noire is 1st, Dior Homme 2nd, then huge gap.. then Gucci PH II as 3rd... Least natural smelling is CK One, closely followed by Pi that can be easily marked as synthetic juice..
    TOP 3 hot weather:

    1. Gucci Pour Homme II
    2. Lalique Encre Noire
    3. Creed Aventus


    TOP 3 cold weather:

    1. L'Instant de Guerlain Pour Homme Extreme
    2. Chanel Coromandel
    3. Dior Homme

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    Almost everything from Hermes.

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    Sauvage, Aramis New West, Encre Noir, Lalique PH, Drakkar Noir, XS

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    pure malt by thierry mugler is pretty natural smelling.

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    Terre de Hermes

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hamp View Post
    Terre de Hermes
    Reading the title of the topic, only one fragrance came up, it's the one Hamp mentioned.

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    I'd say that for a super-cheapo, Quorum is about as "natural" as it gets.

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    Sycomore (Chanel)
    Patou pour Homme
    Patou pour Homme Prive
    Yatagan (Caron) -- vintage formulation*
    Yohji Homme (Patou/Yohji Yamamoto) - The first two Yohjis were actually done by Patou, and the former Patou in-house perfumer from 1967-1998, Jean Kerleo (Patou pour Homme, Patour pour Homme Prive, 1000, Sublime, Eau de Patou, etc), who created the excellent women's Yohji, also played a big part in the creation of Yohji Homme. Kerleo left Patou in 1998 and created the Osmotheque fragrance Museum, and because Yohji Homme wasn't officially finished based on marketing and licensing etc, the new in-house perfumer for Patou, Jean-Michel Duriez, was credited as being the sole creator of Yohji Homme. According to Luca Turin, Duriez did make some substantial contributions to the composition.
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    Eau de Pamplemousse Rose by Hermès. Smells exactly, EXACTLY like pink grapefruit. Sadly it disappears as quickly as grapefruit usually does. If i'm the one eating it anyway.
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    Habanita by Molinard - the real cigar box smell

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