the 212 line, sean john line and aramis line
The Armani Code line (all of them) , like almost everyone here doesn't like it but I'm in love with it.
And I had a Diesel Only The Brave sample, it was delicious, but not that much appreciation here either.
Amouage Reflection Man
Current favorites_____Black Tourmaline_____Gucci Pour Homme II_____Armani Prive Oud Royale_____Memoir Man_____Tuscan Leather______Montale Aoud Musk______Montale Aoud and Pine_____Sel Marin_____Invasion Barbare_____Tonka Imperial____Dior Homme Intense_____L'Humaniste____Santal 33_____Bois d'Argent_____Nio_____MFK Oud_____Lumiere Noire
Bond Bleecker St
I've never smelled anything like it.
In my swap list: Gucci Pour Homme (2003) BNIB.
I'm looking for Reflection Man or Andy Warhol (silver bottle w/Andy's face)
I agree with the mentions of Bond No. 9 Eau de New York.
I would also add the entire Armani Prive line - doesn't get much mention, but I think almost every last one of them is a gem.
Another that may or may not be disliked, but Montale's Sliver Aoud really seems to fly under the radar.
cool water. not just an excellent clone of GIT, but a great fragrance in its own right
Molecule 01,as a fragrance,is the victim of much misguided hate... it gets dogged on too much, too often for being an overpriced "one-ingredient-wonder" - (which I can completely understand the WHY people take issue with it) However, setting the pricing "ethic" issues/complaints aside, the fragrance is truly special! So special, that I have been willing to pay the $140+ per bottle price tag time and time again. (I cannot say as much for the Escentric side of the scent line however.)
Givenchy Xeryus Rouge
ST Dupont Essence Pure Pour Homme
Montale Wood & Spices. Bought it at first sampling.
Tom Ford Splits Oud Wood / Tobacco Vanille / Tobacco Oud / Neroli Portofino / Noir de Noir / Tuscan Leather / Plum Japonais/ Oud Fleur / Italian Cypress HERE
The Swiss Army by Victorinox and the Mont Blanc lines.
Although they both make what are considered 'safe', likeable, scents that are usually pushed in department stores, their stuff never smells cheap or cloying, always seem well made and put together, and smell pleasant at the very least.
Boss in Motion, one of the few designer fragrances that I'd buy again if/when I run out.