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    Default Incense in Unexpected Places

    I've come around to liking D&G's 6 L'Amoreaux, in part because it reminds me of the smell of an unburnt stick of 'Super Hit' incense (by the same company that makes Nag Champa). And, although it smells nothing like D&G 6, I've found that Givenchy Play Intense gives me a little bit of an unburnt Nag Champa vibe. Has anyone else picked up on this, or am I just way out there on these?

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    Default Re: Incense in Unexpected Places

    I have Givenchy Play Intense but I personally don't get the same vibe you do from it.

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    I get non-listed notes on too many perfumes. Sorry but I don't remember quite well the smell of these two.

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    I get non-listed notes on too many perfumes. Sorry but I don't remember quite well the smell of these two.

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    Default Re: Incense in Unexpected Places

    I've gone through a fair amount of nag champa and I've never noticed the similarity to Givenchy Play Intense. I get a lot of sandalwood with nag champa.

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