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    Default Heritage (vintage) vs. Patou Pour Homme vs. Dunhill Blend 30

    What are you thoughts about these? Which one do you prefer (and why)? I'm considering to buy one of these (cost too much for my budget to buy all these).
    I've done a lot of reading of reviews and i understand these are a bit similar fragrances.

    I know, and own a small dose of vintage Guerlain Heritage only, the two other i have not had chance to sample (yet).

    I appreciate your opinions.... Thanks!
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    Default Re: Heritage (vintage) vs. Patou Pour Homme vs. Dunhill Blend 30

    I've never smelled the Dunhill, but I have the other two (Heritage in EDP). Heritage is great, but I prefer the Patou.
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    Default Re: Heritage (vintage) vs. Patou Pour Homme vs. Dunhill Blend 30

    If you can get ahold of a bottle of Patou PH that hasn't turned that would be the way to go.
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    Default Re: Heritage (vintage) vs. Patou Pour Homme vs. Dunhill Blend 30

    Haven't tried the Dunhill but Heritage is an oriental with that cedar, patchouli, and amber/vanilla base, so if you don't like that base (I don't), it's one to avoid. PPH is not an oriental, and some consider it a chypre. I don't think the chypre element is strong enough, so I think of it as a complex blend. The "wow factor" for PPH is how well it is blended, the note separation, etc., in other words, things that most people can't fully appreciate (and some "youngsters" may view as "old" and "musty").

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    Default Re: Heritage (vintage) vs. Patou Pour Homme vs. Dunhill Blend 30

    Have all three in my collection and my preference is in the order below:

    Patou Pour Homme
    Heritage
    Dunhill Blend 30

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    Default Re: Heritage (vintage) vs. Patou Pour Homme vs. Dunhill Blend 30

    Quote Originally Posted by hednic View Post
    my preference is in the order below:

    Patou Pour Homme
    Heritage
    Dunhill Blend 30
    Ditto for me. Heritage is positively wonderful but just doesn't work as an everyday scent!

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    Default Re: Heritage (vintage) vs. Patou Pour Homme vs. Dunhill Blend 30

    I prefer, in order:
    Dunhill Blend 30
    PPH
    Heritage

    Now, all three are distinctly different. Blend 30 is very green, spicy, aromatic, with and incredible woody base. PPH is incredibly an incredibly smooth woody leather, amazing. Heritage, especially vintage EDP, is amazing cedar and tonka. In terms of cost, PPH>Blend>>Heritage.

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    Default Re: Heritage (vintage) vs. Patou Pour Homme vs. Dunhill Blend 30

    Quote Originally Posted by Bigsly View Post
    Haven't tried the Dunhill but Heritage is an oriental with that cedar, patchouli, and amber/vanilla base, so if you don't like that base (I don't), it's one to avoid. PPH is not an oriental, and some consider it a chypre. I don't think the chypre element is strong enough, so I think of it as a complex blend. The "wow factor" for PPH is how well it is blended, the note separation, etc., in other words, things that most people can't fully appreciate (and some "youngsters" may view as "old" and "musty").

    I disagree. I think most people "can fully appreciate". Patou pour Homme doesn't require a technically hypertrained nose to catch its "wow factor". Anyone who is open for an olfactory journey would probably enjoy it. It's like listening to Bach: although it may help a lot, you surely don't need to study harmony and counterpoint to appreciate its greatness.

    Whether it's an oriental or not, that's arguable.

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    Default Re: Heritage (vintage) vs. Patou Pour Homme vs. Dunhill Blend 30

    Quote Originally Posted by smeller View Post
    I disagree. I think most people "can fully appreciate". Patou pour Homme doesn't require a technically hypertrained nose to catch its "wow factor". Anyone who is open for an olfactory journey would probably enjoy it. It's like listening to Bach: although it may help a lot, you surely don't need to study harmony and counterpoint to appreciate its greatness.

    Whether it's an oriental or not, that's arguable.
    Well then we must agree to disagree on this one !

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    Default Re: Heritage (vintage) vs. Patou Pour Homme vs. Dunhill Blend 30

    Quote Originally Posted by Bigsly View Post
    Well then we must agree to disagree on this one !
    So be it.

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    Default Re: Heritage (vintage) vs. Patou Pour Homme vs. Dunhill Blend 30

    Hey thanks for your input! I'll be considering about it still more....
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    Default Re: Heritage (vintage) vs. Patou Pour Homme vs. Dunhill Blend 30

    I don't like Heritage, LOVE Patou PH and respect Blend 33 although it's not for me.
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    Default Re: Heritage (vintage) vs. Patou Pour Homme vs. Dunhill Blend 30

    Quote Originally Posted by hednic View Post
    Have all three in my collection and my preference is in the order below:

    Patou Pour Homme
    Heritage
    Dunhill Blend 30
    This order is the way to go.
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    10. Eau de Patou Pour Homme

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    Default Re: Heritage (vintage) vs. Patou Pour Homme vs. Dunhill Blend 30

    Quote Originally Posted by hednic View Post
    Have all three in my collection and my preference is in the order below:

    Patou Pour Homme
    Heritage
    Dunhill Blend 30
    I concur... Martin

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    Default Re: Heritage (vintage) vs. Patou Pour Homme vs. Dunhill Blend 30

    PPH>Blend>Heritage

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