Ambre Russe smells like an alcoholic who's been on a 5 day bender.
Are there any colognes that inadvertently make you smell like you've "had too much to drink"?
I'm curious, tis all.
Teasing by Melfleurs
Set Sail St. Barts by Tommy Bahama, for sure
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Pure Havanne AMen
Ungaro III has a vodka accord.
"Le parfum est la musique du corps"
Signature: Amouage Memoir Man “vintage” (Karine Vinchon-Spehner, 2010)
Current top fragrances:
Ungaro III [1st formulation "Made in France" ] (Jaques Polge/Francois Demachy, 1993)
Narciso Rodriguez For Him (Francis Kurkdjian, 2007)
Rochas Macassar (Nicolas Mamounas / Roger Pellegrino, 1980)
Van Cleef & Arpels Pour Homme [vintage] (Louis Monnet, 1978)
Domenico Caraceni 1913 (2007)
Thank you for your replies.
I giggled are your "hiccup".
Strangely, the most alcoholic accord/drydown/base note I ever got from a scent, was Hammam Bouquet by Penhaligons. As unusual as it may seem, the final impression of no other scent was ever perceived with such strong associations of alcoholic fumes/vapors, at least to my nose.
What about the opening to Equipage?
Agree with Ungaro III. Also A*Men Pure Malt.
Current Top Five:
1. Bois des Iles--Chanel
2. George Sand--Maitre Parfumeur et Gantier
3. L'Ame Soeur--Divine
4. Violet Blonde--Tom Ford
5. Santal Blush--Tom Ford
Penhaligons - juniper sling has a nice gin note
Bombay Sapphire Infusion.
Smells like a better version of the gin by the same name.
The best "fresh Juniper" scent available (yes, better than penhaligons), as well as a godd fresh citrus scent.
BN sales: http://www.basenotes.net/threads/300...avidoff-Bombay.
Off-BN sales (super rare CREED): http://flacon.ambaric.net/viewtopic.php?t=95