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    Default Chocolate colognes

    Are there actually any good chocolate colognes out there?if at all any?
    The closest i found is axe/lynx's deodorant,but what about colognes?

    i would love a chocolate scent that smells good and can project alot
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    Got munchies much?
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    Montale - Chocolate Greedy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pipsta View Post
    Got munchies much?
    gimme gimme lol nah just like the smell of chocolate

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    Any good with projection and sillage?! lol

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    Amour de Cacao by CSP

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    Mugler A*Men will get you caramel
    Guerlain L'Instant will get you Cocoa
    I have a feeling Comptor Sud Pacific will probably have something chocolatey

    ... I'm curious to see what else comes up here though.
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    Default Re: Chocolate colognes

    I like:
    Oudh Lacquer by Soivohle
    Cacao by Aftelier
    Cocoa Tuberuse by Providence

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    Chocolovers by Aquolina, if you are looking for a budget option. Haven't tested it, but Aquolina scents tend to do exactly what they say on the label (Blue Sugar, for instance); from what I've read, it is a pretty straight up chocolate blast.

    Also, +1 on Amen. It's wonderful chocolate, mint, caramel and a bit of tar. One of my favorites for winter.

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    Borneo 1834. Cocoa.
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    Default Re: Chocolate colognes

    The commercials for Axe's Dark Temptation actually popped up into my head as I was clicking in here.

    Try these:
    Parfumerie Generale Musc Maori = Milk Chocolate
    Montale Red Aoud = Chillied Chocolate
    Montale Chocolate Greedy = Chocolate Wafer
    Guerlain Cuir Beluga = White Chocolate
    Serge Lutens Borneo 1834 = Dusty Cocoa and Insect Repellent (which is awesome)
    Rochas Man = Mocha and lavender
    Bond No. 9 New Haarlem = Like Rochas Man, but sweeter and more coffee.
    Tom Ford Noir de Noir = Chocolate rose w/ truffles
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    +1 on Chocolovers

    The initial blast of orange mixed with chocolate is pretty awful and reminds me of the pepperidge farm cookies (http://www.grosshaendlermart.com/ima...no-500x500.jpg) but once the orange bit has gone it is pretty nice.

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    Animale Animale... it sounds like it should be tougher than it is... but it's more like a chocolate easter bunny animale
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    Default Re: Chocolate colognes

    Quote Originally Posted by Tappio View Post
    Chocolovers by Aquolina, if you are looking for a budget option. Haven't tested it, but Aquolina scents tend to do exactly what they say on the label (Blue Sugar, for instance); from what I've read, it is a pretty straight up chocolate blast.

    Also, +1 on Amen. It's wonderful chocolate, mint, caramel and a bit of tar. One of my favorites for winter.
    Blue sugar is kind of sickening. It is like super-concentrated cotton candy or something. It does indeed fit its name, but I don't think it is good.

    Some liken Amen to a pastry/bakery with brownies and caramel cookie notes so that may be an option.

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    Omg WHAT DO I CHOOSE ...but seriously lol

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    No one fragrance is mentioned twice

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    Quote Originally Posted by budbudbudbud View Post
    No one fragrance is mentioned twice
    A*Men, Chocolate Greedy, and Borneo 1834 were. Of the three I would highly recommend the third choice. Moltering described it as Chocolate plus bug repellent, which does actually kind of ring true, but like he also said, it IS awesome.

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    If you want to smell like the most expensive milk chocolate ever.. try Guerlain Gourmand Coquin.

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    Dark, dry chocolate, slightly bitter cacao:

    L'Heure Defendue VII (Cartier)

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    I think Vetiver Oriental is underrated and Mexican Cocoa is a good bargain. Here are a bunch more...
    http://www.fragrantica.com/notes/Dar...olate-136.html

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    Another vote for Chocolovers. It's inexpensive and fun.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Partario View Post
    A*Men, Chocolate Greedy, and Borneo 1834 were. Of the three I would highly recommend the third choice. Moltering described it as Chocolate plus bug repellent, which does actually kind of ring true, but like he also said, it IS awesome.
    WAIT bug repellent ? lol interesting.

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    Default Re: Chocolate colognes

    Definitely +1 to Noir de Noir.

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    How about:

    Fudge Brownie- Rich, ooey gooey, and fudgey! Right out of the oven goodness!

    or:

    Chocolate Orangette- signature - Double dark chocolate, sweet mandarin oranges, and a hint of vanilla.

    http://www.jojoelle.com/index.php?ma...d=27&chapter=0

    When people ask about a frag that smells like chocolate, I wonder how much they want it, or whether it is a particular kind of frag (such as one with strong lavender and sweetness) that they just don't understand and so can't ask for specifically.
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    Default Re: Chocolate colognes

    I know Tom Ford Tobacco Vanille is supposed to smell like tobacco and vanilla.

    but I get a big huge chewy dark chocolate brownie.

    in a good way.


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    hit up sample sites like luckyscent or theperfumedcourt and buy a bunch of these, compare back to back, buy the one you love, and come back to us for your next 'fix'... ;-)


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    HARD TO FIND - Lavender Palm, Arabian Wood, and AMBER ABSOLUTE, etc...


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    A*Men
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    Arquiste - Anima Dulcis
    Currently wearing: Vetiver by Mazzolari

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    Angel (not A*Men)

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    Rochas man

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