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  1. #1

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    Here's the riddle

    -it's a classic male scent, been around at least from 80s, maybe even 70's or earlier
    -it has exceptionally strong sillage, it really leaves behind floating in a room when the person has left the room
    -it's definately woody, dry and woody are maybe the best adjectives describing it, also spicy, unfortunately can't name the spicies
    -formal and strong
    -its NOT Drakkar Noir (which is the nearest scent i've found being somewhat similar to it), it's NOT Tsar, not Antaeus (which also has something similar),
    NOT Gucci PH
    -when i was young in the 80's i remember my first boss used this scent while i was sitting in his office at the employ interview
    -it must be quite rare nowadays

    I really would like to identify which fragrance this is. If it's still in production / available. As i said before, Drakkar Noir is the closest to it i have found - but that's not the one.

  2. #2

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    Aramis?
    I'm a colognosaurus. Rawr!

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    Polo?

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    When was Your first boss wearing that fabulous fragrance? That will help me eliminate those mada after as so many great scents were made in the 80s. Dry, woody, spicy and not DN?????? Similar to DN, made much earlier were Pino Silvestre, Silvestre by Victor, all the Puigs - Quorum, Aqua lavanda, Aqua Brava. Azarro PH, Dunhill, Paco Rabanne PH, Jazz YSL came in 88 and is a tad sweeter than what You describe. Jules by Dior. Do You know how Brut original smells? Could be that one too. Van Cleef & Arpels is guite similar to Antaeus. Aramis and Polo were big then. If it was in Eurrope, chances are slim it would be Halston or Gray flannel, but one never knows. Jacomo? - many mmen wore it then.

    Go to a shop and speak to some SA that new the market then! In every country, different frags were common or unheard of. Good luck!

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    Santos?

  7. #7
    DeepSilence
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    Gucci Nobile.
    It's Discontinued, And nearest scent to Drakkar Noir.
    Last edited by DeepSilence; 4th October 2010 at 08:37 AM.

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    Kouros?

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    I believe Aramis and Polo were big in Finland those days. If I had to stick with just one guess, I'd say it's Aramis. It certainly is dry, more so than most of the other realistic suggestions.

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    Aramis or Quorum?

    Or Chaps by Ralph Lauren?

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    i'd opt for kouros or polo.

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    Coveri pour Homme, F. Smalto, Basile Uomo - I´ve found those two quite similar to Drakkar

    Bowling Green is also said to be close to Drakkar in a way...but I haven´t tried it so far

    anyway this question may be out of date as the scent could have been reformulated since the time and nowadays it is different (remember Oscar de la Renta/1981)...
    Last edited by Morning Star; 4th October 2010 at 11:43 PM.

  13. #13

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    My immediate thought was on par with Volley's response: Kouros.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Cologneist View Post

    Or Chaps by Ralph Lauren?
    I will second this guess.

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    I'll go with Polo

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    My initial guess was Polo....

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    Hi and many thanks for your input!
    You guys mention many brands that are unknown to me, so it's easier for me to exclude some that's i'm sure it's NOT at least:
    (i hate to put down some good suggestions of you!) It's not Polo, Kouros, any of Aramis product line, Santos, Azzaro PH., Paco Rabanne, Grey Flannel, Quorum.

    I will start searching based on your suggestions, other than i listed above. My own strongest guess says it could well be Van Cleef & Arpels Pour Homme. I already ordered a bottle as a blind buy (in my country they don't sell it, nor many others mentioned.). It was/is a truly amazing fragrance, and i have decided to find it (if it's still available). Will report here if i will

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    @ Nevena : It must have been around 1982, 1983.

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    I have exactly the same identify problem. EXACTLY THE SAME! When I find this thread, my heart almost jumped out. :-) And there is not any valid result. All these tips are not valid. Is there anybody out there, who can help me??? This mystery fragrance has Drakkar Noir soul with something like smooth and addictive tobacco note, whitch I found in Dolce & Gabbana pour homme (realesed in 1993). My last experince is, that this mystery note is resembled in Thierry Mugler ALIEN EDP !!! My investigation takes me many years and I have no valid result. Please help me (us). It was propably discontinued in early 90th, becauce since then I can´t smell it nowhere. (sorry for my imperfect english).

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    ...Fragrantica calls Lomani pour Homme as most resembling to Drakkar noir, but that one is from 1987

  21. #21

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    Thanks for your response. Lomani is close to DN, but it is not what I seeking for.

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    Conspicuously absent from your portfolio is Halston Z-14. That's the only one I can come up with that you don't already own. Well, actually, VCAPH, despite the heavy, soapy rose note, may be what you're after because it is indeed on the dry side. Based on your location, Van Cleef would be more likely than Z-14?

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    This kind of threads always looks to me like looking for a needle in the ocean. There was dozens, if not hundreds of scents back then, at various degrees of quality and availability, which were all much similar one to another. Plus there was worldwide designer scents, but also tons of "local" cheaper scents which probably other countries never heard of... and so on. Some visual reference for the bottle may help!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Colin Maillard View Post
    This kind of threads always looks to me like looking for a needle in the ocean.
    ...this thread is from 3rd October 2010: obviously the starter never found the needle...!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trauerkraut View Post
    ...this thread is from 3rd October 2010: obviously the starter never found the needle...!
    Remember that while it is perfectly acceptable to criticize the content of a post - criticizing the poster is not.
    Mean spirited, nasty, snide, sarcastic, hateful, and rude individuals don't warrant or deserve other individuals' acknowledgement or respect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wheatstraw2 View Post
    Conspicuously absent from your portfolio is Halston Z-14. That's the only one I can come up with that you don't already own. Well, actually, VCAPH, despite the heavy, soapy rose note, may be what you're after because it is indeed on the dry side. Based on your location, Van Cleef would be more likely than Z-14?
    Thanks for response. VCA is potent stuff and I hate this. Z14 is fine, but is not the one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Colin Maillard View Post
    This kind of threads always looks to me like looking for a needle in the ocean. There was dozens, if not hundreds of scents back then, at various degrees of quality and availability, which were all much similar one to another. Plus there was worldwide designer scents, but also tons of "local" cheaper scents which probably other countries never heard of... and so on. Some visual reference for the bottle may help!
    Yes. It is almost impossible find this lost gem. BUT I have fresh experience with Thierry Mugler Alien. It was the similar case. Once upon time I smelled magical "deep purple" trail behind the stranger woman and I was not quick enough and I didn´t ask her what she was wearing. I just "smelled" this magical deep purple color aura. And then I accidently saw this Alien deep purple colour bottle and finally I found this magical fragrance. Yes it is too hard, but not impossible. I have not any info about bottle. I have just almost 30 year old very sharp and unforgettable and indescribable remembrance.

    This story is from East Europe. In this time (80ties) there were not any local fragrance producers. There were only special shops for "western goods" (Chanel, Dior and other famous producers).
    Last edited by noodles; 23rd October 2014 at 04:02 PM.

  28. #28

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    ...what about Tuscany Per Uomo (1984)...??

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    Quote Originally Posted by noodles View Post
    I have exactly the same identify problem. EXACTLY THE SAME! When I find this thread, my heart almost jumped out. :-) And there is not any valid result. All these tips are not valid. Is there anybody out there, who can help me??? This mystery fragrance has Drakkar Noir soul with something like smooth and addictive tobacco note, whitch I found in Dolce & Gabbana pour homme (realesed in 1993). My last experince is, that this mystery note is resembled in Thierry Mugler ALIEN EDP !!! My investigation takes me many years and I have no valid result. Please help me (us). It was propably discontinued in early 90th, becauce since then I can´t smell it nowhere. (sorry for my imperfect english).
    Ecensia Loewe

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    Quote Originally Posted by noodles View Post
    This story is from East Europe. In this time (80ties) there were not any local fragrance producers. There were only special shops for "western goods" (Chanel, Dior and other famous producers).
    Not correct. In Ukraine alone there were about five first-class perfumeries. In Russian Federation - about ten. Florena (DDR), Pollena (Poland), Alen Mak (Bulgaria), Dzintars in Latvia, there were many local producers with lots of brilliant creations - but almost all of them gone by now. The fact that all those brands were hidden behind the Iron Curtain and weren't present on the pages of Vogue in the 70s does not diminish their objective legacy.
    Last edited by Russlan; 24th October 2014 at 02:25 AM.

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    Aramis, polo, azzaro ph

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    Quote Originally Posted by noodles View Post
    Thanks for response. VCA is potent stuff and I hate this. Z14 is fine, but is not the one.
    Those are the first two I thought of.

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    Strong bump. Then there's always the chance that
    (a) they aren't remembering the scent correctly (e.g. it actually was Drakkar Noir but there are inaccuracies in recollection), or
    (b) they remember the scent correctly, but thanks to reformulations the scent profile has changed enough to throw them off.
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    Could it be Paco Robanne Pour Homme or Puig Quorum ?!?

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    ...Macassar by Rochas...??

    ...Jules by Dior...??

    ...Lauder for Men by Estée Lauder...?
    Last edited by Trauerkraut; 24th October 2014 at 10:10 AM.

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    Many thanks for your responses. I tested almost all 80-ties powerhouse frags (90% vintage version) and I didn´t find it. I tested clasic fragrance from 20-ties (Le Dandy for example), 30-ties (Caron Pour Un Homme, Dunhill for men ....) 50-ties clasics, 60ties and 70-ties classics (Aramis, Azzaro ...), vintage Houbigant Fougere Royal and all next potential frags. I hoped, that I something missed. But I am afraid that Darjeeling is right. May be that my senses was changed dramatically over this long time. In this case Drakkar Noir is probably the fragrance I finding for. During 80-ties in my country (Czech Republic) was only a few cheap realy horrible fragrances from domestic producers (Pitralon for example). In this contrast, Drakkar Noir had to be like mystery from another planet without any potencial domestic competitors and with gigantic wow efect. And level of the wow efect probably decreased after all these years. And there is another one important information. In this time this smell worn mainly African and Arabian college students (the only foreigners I met in this time). And it wasn´t Kouros.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trauerkraut View Post
    ...Macassar by Rochas...??

    ...Jules by Dior...??

    ...Lauder for Men by Estée Lauder...?
    Yes. I had high hopes to these three great frags. But ...

    I am creating list of tested frags. I will post it here soon as possible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buzzlepuff View Post
    Could it be Paco Robanne Pour Homme or Puig Quorum ?!?
    Great idea. Paco and Quorum was two of the first I tested. Both are too soapy for me, but great tobacco.

  39. #39

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    Quote Originally Posted by Russlan View Post
    Ecensia Loewe
    I am not sure, if I tested this spanish animal. :-) Have to check it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trauerkraut View Post
    ...what about Tuscany Per Uomo (1984)...??
    Tuscany was the hottest tip for me. Vintage Tuscany have the same strong spicy velvet note like have that desired frag. It is close almost like Drakkar Noir. Vintage Azzaro pour homme is similar case.

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    List of tested fragrances (launched before 1989):

    Acier by Bourjois (1988) **
    Acqua di Parma Colonia by Acqua di Parma (1916) ***
    Adidas Classic / Classic Blue by Adidas (1986) ****
    Agua Brava by Antonio Puig (1968) *
    Agua Lavanda by Antonio Puig (1940) **
    Alain Delon / AD by Alain Delon (1980) *****
    Alain Delon Plus / AD Plus by Alain Delon (1987) *****
    Alt-Innsbruck Eau de Cologne by Alt-Innsbruck (1953) ***
    Ambre Précieux by Maître Parfumeur et Gantier (1988) ****
    Andron for Men by Jovan (1981) ****
    Antaeus by Chanel (1981) *****
    Aramis by Aramis (1965) ****
    Aramis 900 by Aramis (1973) ****
    Arden Men - Sandalwood by Elizabeth Arden (1957) *
    Armani Eau Pour Homme by Giorgio Armani (1984) ****
    Arôme 3 by D'Orsay (1943) *****
    Azzaro pour Homme by Azzaro (1978) *****
    Balafre by Lancôme (1967) ****
    Basile Uomo (original) by Basile (1987) ****
    Bel Ami by Hermès (1986) ****
    Bijan for Men by Bijan (1981) ****
    Black Label by Yardley (1967) ****
    Blend 30 by Dunhill (1978) ****
    Blenheim Bouquet by Penhaligon's (1902) ***
    Blue Stratos by Parfums Bleu (1976) **
    Bogart by Jacques Bogart (1975) ***
    Bogner Man (original) by Bogner (1985) **
    Bois du Portugal by Creed (1987) ****
    Borsalino by Borsalino (1984) *****
    Boss Number One by Hugo Boss (1985) ****
    Boss Sport by Hugo Boss (1987) **
    Bowling Green by Geoffrey Beene (1986) ****
    Brummel by Antonio Puig (1975) ****
    Brut by Fabergé (1964) ***
    Brut 33 by Fabergé (1975) ***
    Cacharel Pour L'Homme by Cacharel (1981) ***
    Caesars Man by Caesars World (1988) ***
    Calvin by Calvin Klein (1981) *****
    Capucci pour Homme by Roberto Capucci (1967) ***
    Carlo Corinto Classic by Carlo Corinto (1986) ****
    Carrera (original) by Carrera (1988) ***
    Chanel Pour Monsieur by Chanel (1955) *****
    Chaps (original) by Ralph Lauren (1979) ***
    Colors Uomo by Benetton (1988) ***
    Cool Water by Davidoff (1988) **
    Coveri pour Homme by Enrico Coveri (1984) **
    Cravache by Robert Piguet (1963) ****
    Davidoff by Davidoff (1984) ***
    Denim by Denim (1976) ***
    Denim Musk by Denim (1982) ***
    Derby by Guerlain (1985) *****
    Derrick by Orlane (1978) ****
    Devin by Aramis (1978) ****
    Drakkar by Guy Laroche (1972) *****
    Drakkar Noir by Guy Laroche (1982) *****
    Dunhill Edition by Dunhill (1984) *****
    Dunhill for Men by Dunhill (1934) *****
    Eau d'Hadrien by Annick Goutal (1981) **
    Eau d'Hermès by Hermès (1951) *****
    Eau d'Orange Verte by Hermès (1979) *****
    Eau de Campagne by Sisley (1974) *****
    Eau de Lanvin by Lanvin (1933) ****
    Eau Sauvage by Christian Dior (1966) *****
    Eau Sauvage Extrême by Christian Dior (1982) *****
    Ébène by Pierre Balmain (1983) *****
    Elite by Floris (1980) ****
    English Fern by Penhaligon's (1911) ****
    English Blazer by Parfums Bleu (1989) *****
    English Lavender by Yardley (1873) ****
    English Leather by Dana (1949) **
    Équipage by Hermès (1970) ****
    Esencia Loewe by Loewe (1988) *
    Etienne Aigner by Etienne Aigner (1975) ***
    Etienne Aigner No. 2 by Etienne Aigner (1976) ****
    Eucris by Geo F Trumper (1912) ****
    Fahrenheit by Christian Dior (1988) ****
    Fair Play by Cerruti (1985) ****
    Fendi Uomo by Fendi (1988) *****
    Fougère Royale by Houbigant (1882) **
    Francesco Smalto pour Homme by Francesco Smalto (1987) ****
    Frankincense & Myrrh by Czech & Speake (1984) ****
    Free Life by Etienne Aigner (1987) ****
    Furyo by Jacques Bogart (1988) *
    Garrigue by Maître Parfumeur et Gantier (1988) *****
    Gianfranco Ferré for Man by Gianfranco Ferré (1986) ****
    Giorgio for Men by Giorgio Beverly Hills (1984) ****
    Givenchy Gentleman by Givenchy (1974) ***
    Gold / Yardley Gold by Parfums Bleu (1983) ****
    Gold Man by Amouage (1983) ***
    Green Irish Tweed by Creed (1985) *****
    Green Water by Jacques Fath (1947) ***
    Grey Flannel by Geoffrey Beene (1975)* ***
    Gucci pour Homme (original) by Gucci (1976) ****
    Habit Rouge by Guerlain (1965) ***
    Halston 1-12 by Halston (1976) ****
    Halston Z-14 by Halston (1976) *****
    Hero by Prince Matchabelli (1988) ****
    Ho Hang by Balenciaga (1971) ****
    Iquitos by Alain Delon (1987) ****
    Jacomo de Jacomo by Jacomo (1980) *****
    Jaguar (original) by Jaguar (1988) *****
    Jazz by Yves Saint Laurent (1988) ****
    JHL by Aramis (1982) *****
    Jicky by Guerlain (1889) ***
    Jovan Evening Musk for Men by Jovan (1985) **
    Jovan Musk for Men by Jovan (1973) **
    Jules by Christian Dior (1980) *****
    Kiehl's Original Musk by Kiehl's (1963) ****
    KL Homme by Lagerfeld (1986) ***
    Knize Ten by Knize (1924) **
    Knize Two by Knize (1978) ***
    Kouros by Yves Saint Laurent (1981) *****
    Kouros Eau de Sport by Yves Saint Laurent (1986) *****
    Krizia Uomo by Krizia (1984) ****
    L'Eau du Navigateur by L'Artisan Parfumeur (1982) ****
    L'Homme by Roger & Gallet (1982) ****
    Lacoste (original) by Lacoste (1984) ***
    Lagerfeld Classic by Lagerfeld (1978) ****
    Lanvin for Men by Lanvin (1979) ****
    Lapidus pour Homme by Ted Lapidus (1987) **
    Lauder for Men by Estée Lauder (1985) *****
    Le Dandy by D'Orsay (1925) *****
    Léonard pour Homme (original) by Léonard (1980) ****
    Loewe para Hombre by Loewe (1978) **
    Lomani by Lomani (1987) ****
    Macassar by Rochas (1980) *****
    Marbert Man by Marbert (1977) ***
    Maxims pour Homme by Maxims (1988) *****
    Monsieur Balmain (original) by Pierre Balmain (1964) ****
    Monsieur Carven by Carven (1978) *****
    Monsieur de Givenchy by Givenchy (1959) ****
    Monsieur Musk by Houbigant (1973) *****
    Monsieur Rochas by Rochas (1969) ****
    Morris Mens Cologne by Morris (1986) ***
    Moustache by Rochas (1949) ****
    Mûre et Musc by L'Artisan Parfumeur (1978) ***
    Neroli by Czech & Speake (1981) ****
    New West for Him by Aramis (1988) ****
    Nino Cerruti by Cerruti (1979) *****
    No. 88 by Czech & Speake (1981) ***
    Nobile by Gucci (1988) ****
    Number 3 / Le 3me Homme / The Third Man by Caron (1985) *****
    Obsession for Men by Calvin Klein (1986) ****
    Old Spice by Procter & Gamble (1937) ****
    Old Spice Fresh Lime by Shulton (1966) ****
    Old Spice Leather by Shulton (1985) ****
    Old Spice Musk for Men by Shulton (1974) ****
    One Man Show by Jacques Bogart (1980) ****
    Or Black by Pascal Morabito (1982) *****
    Oscar de la Renta pour Lui by Oscar de la Renta (1981) ****
    Paco Rabanne Pour Homme by Paco Rabanne (1973) ****
    Patou pour Homme (original) by Jean Patou (1980) ****
    Phileas by Nina Ricci (1984) ****
    Pierre Cardin Musk by Pierre Cardin (1987) ***
    Pierre Cardin Pour Monsieur by Pierre Cardin (1972) *****
    Pino Silvestre by Silvestre (1955) **
    Polo by Ralph Lauren (1978) *****
    Pour Un Homme by Caron (1934) *****
    Punjab by Roberto Capucci (1979) ****
    Quorum by Antonio Puig (1982) ****
    Reporter by Oleg Cassini (1978) ***
    Revillon pour Homme by Révillon (1977) *****
    Rockford by Atkinsons (1985) ****
    Royal English Leather by Creed (1781) ****
    Royal Scottish Lavender by Creed (1856) ****
    Royall Bay Rhum by Royall Lyme of Bermuda (1962) **
    Sables by Annick Goutal (1985) ****
    Sagamore by Lancôme (1985) *****
    Salvador Dali pour Homme by Salvador Dali (1987) ****
    Santa Fe for Men by Aladdin Fragrances (1988) ***
    Santal Noble by Maître Parfumeur et Gantier (1988) *****
    Santos by Cartier (1981) *****
    Santos Concentrée by Cartier (1982) *****
    Sergio Soldano for Men (Black) by Sergio Soldano (1985) ****
    Sergio Tacchini by Sergio Tacchini (1987) ***
    Sex Appeal for Men by Jovan (1976) **
    Signoricci 2 by Nina Ricci (1976) ****
    Sir Irisch Moos by Sir (1969) ***
    Spanish Leather by Geo F Trumper (1902) ****
    Sport de Paco Rabanne by Paco Rabanne (1986) ***
    Sung Homme by Alfred Sung (1988) ***
    Sybaris by Antonio Puig (1988) *****
    Tabac Original by Mäurer & Wirtz (1959) **
    Tabaróme (Vintage)by Creed (1875) *****
    Tactics by Shiseido (1979) ****
    Ted Lapidus pour Homme by Ted Lapidus (1978) *****
    Ténéré by Paco Rabanne (1988) ***
    Trophée Lancôme by Lancôme (1982) **
    Trussardi Uomo by Trussardi (1983) ****
    Tuscany / Etruscan by Aramis (1984) *****
    Un Homme by Charles Jourdan (1979) ***
    Van Cleef & Arpels pour Homme by Van Cleef & Arpels (1978) **
    Van Gils by Van Gils (1988) **
    Versace l'Homme by Versace (1984) *****
    Versailles pour Homme by Jean Desprez (1980) ****
    Vetiver by Guerlain (1961) ****
    Vétiver (original) by Carven (1957) ****
    Vétiver de Puig by Antonio Puig (1978) ***
    VIP for Men by Giorgio Beverly Hills (1987) *****
    Wall Street by Victor (1984) ****
    Worth pour Homme by Worth (1980) ****
    Worth pour Homme Haute Concentree by Worth (1980) *****
    Xeryus by Givenchy (1986) ***
    Yatagan by Caron (1976) *****
    YSL pour Homme by Yves Saint Laurent (1971) *****
    YSL pour Homme Haute Concentration by Yves Saint Laurent (1983) *****
    Zino Davidoff by Davidoff (1986) ***
    Vermeil pour homme by Jean Louis Vermeil (????) ****
    Casaque by Jean Louis Vermeil (????) *****
    Last edited by noodles; 24th October 2014 at 03:18 PM.

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    And here is part of unexplored fragrance world (hic sunt leones):

    Acqua di Selva by Victor (1949)
    Adolfo for Men by Frances Denney (1981)
    Astor by Geo F Trumper (1880)
    Baie de Genièvre by Creed (1982)
    Bleu Marine by Pierre Cardin (1986)
    Braggi by Braggi (1966)
    British Sterling by Dana (1965)
    Carrington by Charles of the Ritz (1985)
    Chevalier d'Orsay by D'Orsay (1911)
    Chromatics by Aramis (1973)
    Clubman by Truefitt & Hill (1880)
    Courrèges Homme by Courrèges (1977)
    Curzon by Geo F Trumper (1882)
    Dunhill Burgundy by Dunhill (1980)
    Dunhill London Cologne (original) by Dunhill (1973)
    English Fine Cologne by Yardley (1984)
    Féraud pour Homme by Louis Féraud (1985)
    Figaro Lanvin by Lanvin (1964)
    Fougere by Yardley (1934)
    French Line by Révillon (1984)
    Freshman by Truefitt & Hill (1815)
    G-man by Gainsboro (1971)
    Gambler by Jovan (1983)
    Gambler Musk by Jovan (1986)
    Gentilhomme by Weil (1967)
    Grafton by Truefitt & Hill (1983)
    Grass Oil for Men by Jovan (1974)
    Grès Monsieur by Grès (1982)
    Grès Monsieur Sport by Grès (1984)
    Grès pour Homme by Grès (1965)
    Halston 101 by Halston (1984)
    Ho Hang Club by Balenciaga (1987)
    Insignia by Dana (1986)
    Jil Sander Man Pure (original) by Jil Sander (1981)
    John Player Special by John Player Special (1984)
    Hammam Bouquet by Penhaligon's (1872)
    Kiehl's Pour Homme Essence Oil by Kiehl's (1987)
    Lancetti Uomo by Lancetti (1985)
    Lavande Lanvin by Lanvin (1964)
    Leather by Yardley (1980)
    Marlborough by Geo F Trumper (1877)
    Matchabelli by Prince Matchabelli (1982)
    MCM Success by MCM (1986)
    Metropolis by Estée Lauder (1987)
    Millionaire by Mennen (1979)
    Monsieur Jovan by Jovan (1977)
    Monsieur Lanvin by Lanvin (1964)
    Monsieur Worth by Worth (1969)
    Missoni Uomo by Missoni (1983)
    Monogram by Ralph Lauren (1985)
    Monsieur by Roger & Gallet (1969)
    Newport (original) by Caswell-Massey (1890)
    No. 89 by Floris (1950)
    Orange Spice by Creed (1950)
    Parfum d'Habit by Maître Parfumeur et Gantier (1988)
    Portos by Aramis (1985)
    Portos by Balenciaga (1980)
    R de Capucci by Roberto Capucci (1986)
    Royal Copenhagen by Royal Copenhagen (1970)
    Signoricci (Original) by Nina Ricci (1965)
    Silvestre by Victor (1946)
    V by Victor by Victor (1972)
    Spanish Leather by Truefitt & Hill (1830)
    Stetson by Stetson (1981)
    That Man by Revlon (1958)
    Trafalgar by Truefitt & Hill (1986)
    Wellington Cologne by Geo F Trumper (1876)
    West Indian Limes by Truefitt & Hill (1870)
    Wild Fern by Geo F Trumper (1877)
    Woods of Windsor for Men / Gentleman by Woods of Windsor (1981)

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