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  1. #31

    Default Re: To Pi or not to Pi?

    Quote Originally Posted by MikeJ View Post
    Not bad, you can find it cheaper online though.
    I'm not a huge dan of Pi, and probably would not purchase it at any price. But to each his own.
    I'll second this notion. Though I would purchase it for the $20-30 mark 1.7 oz or 3.4oz if I so stumbled upon it that cheap.

  2. #32

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeJ View Post
    Not bad, you can find it cheaper online though.
    I'm not a huge dan of Pi, and probably would not purchase it at any price. But to each his own.
    Hi, would you mind pointing out where I can get it cheaper online? It would have to come in at less than $25 for 1oz including shipping to the UK to be any cheaper than what I will be paying at Boots. Cheers.
    Currently wearing: Jicky by Guerlain

  3. #33

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    Excellent scent and a classic! Definitely buy it..

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    Default Re: To Pi or not to Pi?

    Pi is an excellent fragrance at a very affordable price.
    My current top ten:
    1. Oud Wood
    2. Straight to Heaven
    3. Pardon
    4. Santal 33
    5. Tonka Imperial
    6. Pure Malt
    7. Jubilation XXV
    8. L'air Du Desert Marocain
    9. Envy
    10. Terre D'Hermes
    Currently wearing: Epic Man by Amouage

  5. #35

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    I liked the blue one best
    Is the juice worth the squeeze?

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    Default Re: To Pi or not to Pi?

    if you really like pi, definitely get it - very good deal
    if you don't like pi, then don't buy it just because it's cheap

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    The drydown alone is worth the experience. You can count on Pi.
    My Signature Lineup: MFK Baccarat Rouge 540, Grand Soir, Spice & Wood, Royal Mayfair, Pardon, Roja Dove Enigma, Dress Code, Jubilation XXV, CHAMBRE NOIRE, AVENTUS, GIT, Clive Christian C and X, Herod, Velvet Orchid, Black Orchid, Layton, Pegasus,DHI, DH Parfum, Chergui, Tuscan Leather,Noir de Noir, APOM, BEL AMI, Gengis Khan, Reflection Man, Jardin d' Amalfi, Nio, Cedrat Boise, Interlude Man, Sospiro Oueverture, Gucci Guilty Absolute, Back To Black, Vetiver Geranium.
    Currently wearing: Layton by Parfums de Marly

  8. #38

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    I still have my original bottle from when this launched. Its about 75% full. I don't know what happened, but i went from using it over the years every once in a while, to shuddering even thinking about sniffing the bottle even.
    Currently wearing: Vétiver by Christian Dior

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    Default Re: To Pi or not to Pi?

    To Pi are a good thing, circumferentially. (2piR=C)

  10. #40

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    Well, I Pi'd myself and I'm not ashamed! It's delicious - looking forward to the first full wearing. Thanks for all the gentle peer pressure, fellow scent-sters!
    Currently wearing: Jicky by Guerlain

  11. #41

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    I really enjoy Pi. One of my favorites.
    Current top 10 (No order):


    1. Pure Havane
    2. Menthe Fraiche
    3. Tobacco Vanille
    4. L'Air Du Desert Marocain
    5. Green Irish Tweed
    6. Fahrenheit
    7. Musc Ravageur
    8. Tonka Imperial
    9. Gucci Pour Homme II
    10. Dior Homme Intense

  12. #42

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    So that you are aware, cheapsmells.com are doing a 2 day promo on full size (100ml) bottle of PI

    http://www.cheapsmells.com/productPa...productId=5467
    Life is too short to sample. Buy Blind | I am generally not interested in batch hunting or weak fragrances.

    [UK] - FÈVE DÉLICIEUSE splits

    Top 10 in no particular order:

    Amouage - Epic Man
    Montale - Black Aoud
    Boucheron - Jaipur edp
    Hermes - Terre d'Hermes pure parfum
    Thierry Mugler - A Men Pure Malt
    Serge Lutens - Ambre Sultan
    Rochas - Lui
    Davidoff - Cool Water

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    Excellent, thanks for that. I should have it in my wardrobe come tomorrow.
    Good stuff. Givenchy is one of my favourite houses, a lot of great frags there although reformulations are becoming an issue in the Mythiques range. I still dig Xeryus, Gentleman, Very Irresistable, Blue Label, Red Label, Pi, Eau de Givenchy, Into the Blue, Eau Torride, Monsiuer Givenchy (vintage especially) and they're still making the best dang Vetiver on earth, end of story.

    Also I'm starting to get over my intitial horror over the new Xeryus Rouge. I actually wore it a few nights ago and it felt good. Very challenging scent!

  14. #44

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    Cheers - it's a good price but I've already bought my 30ml bottle now. I didn't have £35 to spend anyway really so I'll just have to make a little go a long way.
    Currently wearing: Jicky by Guerlain

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    Not to hijack the thread but does anyone know where to pickup the limited edition Pi Leather EDP??

    You've made an excellent purchase voodoodanny!

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