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    Default Re: Citrus cologne with good sillage & long lasting?

    Quote Originally Posted by mikeperez23 View Post
    Definitely Acqua Viva by Profumum and Philtre d'Amour by Guerlain
    Philtre d'Amour is absolutely a marvel of perfumery! The EdP and EdT are a delight. I salute my Canadian BN friend Anthony DG for alerting me to this one. Discontinued but 30ml spray bottles have been available on Ebay very reasonably, IMO.

    Martin

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    Default Re: Citrus cologne with good sillage & long lasting?

    Citrus scents don't last. It's a scent molecule thing. If you want to smell citrusy for 8 hours... Fuggdiaboutit.

    That being said, TF Neroli Portofino has got some stamina.

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    1861
    Nouveau Bowery
    Neroli Portofino
    Eau De New York
    All of the Atelier Cologne Absolues

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    Miller Harris Le Pamplemousse is a long lasting grapefruit frag with a good dose of green herbs added.

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    YSL pour homme, also PdE's Iskander.

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    +1
    Ferre bergamotto marino

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    +1
    Ferre bergamotto marino

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    Blu Mediterraneo Bergamotto di Calabria is an excellent citrus fresh smell while it lasts (only a few hours) but it gets compliments left and right.

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    L eau D Issey pour homme by Issey Miyake.Spray less coz less is more with this.Plain and simple.Has one of the best sillage and is long lasting.People hate it coz its popular but it works every time.

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    bvlgari extreme
    Seasonal favorites :

    Winter : The Dreamer & Burberry London
    Spring-Autumn : Bvlgari Pour Homme & Prada Man
    Summer : Bvlgari Aqva & Aqua Fahrenheit
    All-Rounders : Terre D'Hermes & Bleu de Chanel

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    Yardley Citrus & Wood

    Reviews here: http://www.basenotes.net/ID26132240.html

    Inexpensive . . . spray on clothing to improve longevity. Has a nice lime note.

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    Surprised no one mentioned John Varvatos Artisan. Very refreshing and boldly citrus to my nose with a musky dry down. Longevity is a little below average.

    Also, a little "darker" citrus would be Creed Neroli Sauvage and Chanel Allure Pour Homme. Those two might last longer than JV Artisan.

    Allure Pour Homme Sport is more citrusy and less woodsy than Allure Pour Homme.
    Last edited by Justin Case; 17th March 2013 at 10:51 AM.

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    I actually get good longevity from AdP Colonia.
    Well, it's cheaper than therapy... edit: No it's not...
    Currently wearing: Interlude Man by Amouage

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mick_Trick View Post
    I actually get good longevity from AdP Colonia.
    I agree. It is a classic eau de cologne but it lasts much more than the others, such as 4711 and Extra Vieille Jean Marie Farina.

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    How about taking a relatively inexpensive citrus cologne like Farina Gegenuber or 4711 and reapplying it during the day?
    Currently wearing: Piper Leather by Illuminum

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    Bond no 9 Eau de New York...one of the rare citrus frags that lasts all day

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    Chanel Allure Homme Sport

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    Chanel Allure Edition Blanche
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    M by Banana Republic is one of my favorites. Its very straight forward, and not complex at all. Its smells exactly like fresh peeled oranges/tangerines. Has nice projection and silage, and lasts a good 6-8 hours. I don't wear it very often, but in the summer, i love it. I still have the same bottle i purchased in around 2000/01.

    Actually, i'm not really even sure they make it anymore. But if you can, give it a shot.

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    +1 Terre

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