Eau Sauvage Parfum
as we all know, men's fragrances mostly come in EDT format these days, and very rarely in EDP. I'm just wondering if anyone out there would post names of mens fragrances that come in EDP ? It doesn't matter for my purposes if they are still in production or discontinued. I can start the ball rolling by naming three :
Boucheron Pour Homme
Jaipur Pour Homme
Opium by YSL
Many thanks in advance.
Eau Sauvage Parfum
by the time you can afford good speakers, you can't hear the difference
Dior Homme Intense
Midnight in Paris EDP
L'instant de Guerlain Extreme
I believe only the extreme version is edp concentration.
Too many really in EDP. I will list three in Pure Parfums:
Terre D'Hermes 200ml
Black Oud 100ml by LM Parfums (Laurent Mazzone Parfums)
Clive Christian No. 1
All are Pure Parfums which are less common for men.
Lots on Guerlain. Not just LIDGE and Habit Rouge, but Heritage and Guerlain Homme Intense too.
Amazingly, Grey Vetiver is listed as EDP (I would not have believed it myself, but John Lewis and Selfridges have it as EDP).
Edit: thought of some more.
Hanae Mori H.M
The Lalique "animal" trio (Lion, Equus, Faune)
Last edited by andym72; 11th December 2012 at 10:59 PM.
From this list, especially TDH, Habit Rouge, eau Sauvage, Jaipur, Opium PH and Boucheron PH are, in my opinion, truly noteworthy and outstanding.
Is this a designer list?
Because in the niche world, well, it's pretty common:
Histoires de Parfums
We want a 'Niche' forum.
Narciso Rodriguez Musc for Him
Hanai Mori HiM
Hanai Mori HM
La Nuit l'homme
Dior Homme Intense
Midnight in Paris
Men's EdP's are much more common now than in years past.
Are you not entertained??? Is this not why you are here??
Tom ford noir (The new one)
Nasomatto line is all edp
As someone who has bought lots of women's EDPs (as presents) it is pretty obvious to me that the reason there aren't that many men's EDPs is because they usually aren't necessary. Most men's EDTs have woody or leathery bases that easily outlast the longevity of the floral bases of women's EDPs. Former girlfriends and current wife often lamented having women's EDPs that were only good for four hours before effectively disappearing.
I don't think we are missing out by not having a lot of EDPs, except where the new breed of relatively weak scents are concerned. An EDP version of say Joop Homme, Aramis or L'Eau D'Issey would be somewhat over the top.
Last edited by Renato; 12th December 2012 at 01:37 AM.
The whole Montale line, as far as I know, is EDP.
Actually I've been thinking of narrowing experimentation to EDP's because I'm not having great luck with longevity in most EDT's. So thanks for the thread!
Whether they call them EDP or not, in terms of concentration and perceived strength pretty well any Amouage Man, By Kilian Back to Black, some of Malles would qualify, a number of the Guerlains . . .
Creed (and others for Creed) claim all the Creed Millesime's are of Edp strength.
Note Perfumeintelligence.co.uk lists some Creeds as Edp's and some as Millesime Edp's without giving definition of the difference, if any:
Last edited by kbe; 12th December 2012 at 03:13 AM.
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21 responses ! Many thanks to all of you who have taken the time to respond, not only the actual time to log in and type, but for sharing your knowledge which has taken a long time to acquire. I really do appreciate it.
The responses above throw up more questions, but I'll start with one :
Would I be correct in assuming the men's "fragrance concentration" categories is as follows, moving from least concentrated to most :
eau de cologne
eau de toilette
eau de parfum