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View Poll Results: How would you rate Mugler Cologne

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  • great

    31 31.63%
  • very good

    27 27.55%
  • good

    22 22.45%
  • nuetral

    14 14.29%
  • bad

    3 3.06%
  • very bad

    1 1.02%
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  1. #31

    Default Re: Mugler Cologne (2001, for men)

    I really like Mugler Cologne, but this blog post has spoiled it a bit for me:
    http://sorceryofscent.blogspot.com/2...r-cologne.html

    This is why I prefer OV over Mugler Cologne. OV is a bit darker and it smells more complex to me.

  2. #32

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    In my opinion, good to very good.

    While subjectively I might lack the possibility, the comprehension, the preference, the insight etc. to see it as perfect, still a solidly trustworthy scent in terms of legit versatility, elegance, freshness, cleanliness and overall tolerability.

  3. #33

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    I voted great

    It does what it's suppose to do at the highest level. It ticks all the boxes
    Currently wearing: Encre Noire by Lalique

  4. #34

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    original vetiver is worth a try
    the difference is only noticed in a side by side comparison
    with OV being the better
    smoother, less synthetic, richer
    Current Top 10
    1) Royal Oud
    2) Aventus
    3) La Nuit De L'homme EDP
    4) L'eau D'issey
    5) Terre D'hermes
    6) Burberry London
    7) MI
    8) Le Male
    9) Pure Malt
    10) GIT

  5. #35

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    To me it is just ok. I like Original Vetiver quite a bit more. OV is a lot less astringent than Mugler cologne. If you are looking for a soapy fragrance that is very inexpensive go for Mugler. If you want a soapy fragrance that has more depth and a less synthetic feel go for Original Vetiver.
    My current top ten:
    1. Spice and Wood
    2. Tonka Imperiale
    3. Dior Homme
    4. Pure Malt
    5. Oud Wood
    6. Ambre Nuit
    7. L'air Du Desert Marocain
    8. Noir de Noir
    9. Apple Brandy
    10.Straight to Heaven

  6. #36
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    Default Re: Mugler Cologne (2001, for men)

    As an aside, this frag was the second fragrance in Chandler Burr's blind-smelling project.

    For an extended discussion of this fragrance by folks who had no idea what it was at the time of sniffing, see this thread :

    http://www.basenotes.net/threads/304...ntitled-S01E02

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    Default Re: Mugler Cologne (2001, for men)

    Epic fragrance that wears extraordinarily well on the skin. It's always one of my favorites and the bottle is getting low.

  8. #38

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    This is one of my staples; I wear it every summer. I live in fear of it being discontinued, since I haven't found anything else quite like it.

  9. #39
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    Default Re: Mugler Cologne (2001, for men)

    It's a little bit on the synthetic side for my taste. Is Infusion d'Homme smoother/better?

  10. #40

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    I got bored of Mugler Cologne and sold it. Still hanging onto Infusion d'Homme which I think is a superior scent.

  11. #41
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    Default Re: Mugler Cologne (2001, for men)

    My limited experience of Mugler is also an impression of its being too artificial. Infusion d'Homme is the real deal, a low-key and luxurious scent I can wear at work just for me. It functions mostly as a skin scent with a clean soapy vibe.

  12. #42

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    TF Neroli Portofino very poor cousin!

  13. #43

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    I just got a shower gel sample in the mail and its heavenly. I haven't tried the cologne spray yet, but I'm def buying.

  14. #44

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    What outside is called neroli it is just a orange flower i smell all the time here in Brazil. But only reminds it, because mugler cologne is synthetic. Itīs synthetic, but good enough for a casual wear, when i donīt want to think much about what i am wearing. Not a unique one either.

  15. #45
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    Default Re: Mugler Cologne (2001, for men)

    Quote Originally Posted by Suux88 View Post
    original vetiver is worth a try
    the difference is only noticed in a side by side comparison
    with OV being the better
    smoother, less synthetic, richer
    I have to say that I absolutely disagree with this. I love OV and can't stand Mugler. I guarantee I would pick the difference immediately blindfolded.
    I don't have a signature fragrance. My signature changes a little bit every day, why shouldn't my fragrance?
    Currently wearing: H.M. by Hanae Mori

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