It took smelling Grey Vetiver, Guerlain Homme L'Eau Boisée and Déclaration Cologne for me to realise how much I like Vetiver.
It took smelling YSL PH, Monsieur de Givenchy and Eau de Sud to realise how much I like Verbena.
It took smelling Xeryus, Bulgari Man and Tom Ford for Men to realise how much I like Cypriol.
It took smelling Tuscany to realise how much I like Geranium.
It took smelling Endymion and Intuition for Men to realise how much I like Nutmeg.
It took smelling Ambre Narguile to realise how much I like Cinnamon.
It took smelling Trumpers Sandalwood Cologne to realise.. well, I think you get it.
It's no wonder I bought L'eau d'Issey Pour Homme on the spot, the first fragrance I ever bought for myself, when I smelt it all those years ago, because it is the only fragrance with all of the above. I knew absolutely nothing about "notes" then. That Sales Assistant really got lucky...
Last edited by andym72; 13th April 2012 at 03:35 PM.