I'm thinking the Aramis line. The Aramis brand (which is part of the Estee Lauder brand) makes solid, classic American scents, and not too expensive either. Perhaps my favorite is Aramis 900, resinous and somewhat spicy. Aramis (the original one) is very leathery, great, but you need to like musky leathers. It is definitely very butch (the new Aramis Gentleman is completely different, fresh synthetic, and unworthy of the classics in my opinion). Tuscany per uomo is instead green-vegetal, almost like a forest, and more relaxed. The other ones in the line (JHL, Havana, Devin) are also worth considering.
Even though there's not much of a problem with smoking in general, older perfumes (ie those done in the 70s and 80s) were designed with smokers in mind, so perhaps they're a better fit. Easy to find examples, in addition to the Aramis line, would be Azzaro pour homme (fresher), Drakkar (similar to Azzaro, but a little heavier and darker), Kouros (very butch animalic); a little more difficult to find, but equally great, are Yatagan (vegetal woody) and Troisieme homme (citrusy musky).