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    Default Re: Your 5 Must Experience Colognes?

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    I tried really hard to keep it down to 5!

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    Default Re: Your 5 Must Experience Colognes?

    Dior Homme

    They are not necessary best, but all have strong and very different personalities and are often used as a benchmark.
    Currently wearing: Eau Duelle by Diptyque

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    Default Re: Your 5 Must Experience Colognes?

    Quote Originally Posted by totaldominasian View Post
    What are your 5 colognes that you think most guys should try or at least have a decant of? As a newcomer, I've been poring through lists, but most seem to make seasonal lists then split them into designer or niche. What's your top 5 must experience colognes regardless of house or season?
    Montale Dark Aoud
    Creed Aventus (I like the stuff, just HATE the hype)
    YSL L'Homme
    Mona d'Orio Vetyver
    Amouage Tribute
    [SIZE=]See my Sale thread for partial bottles/samples Zoology, Penhaligon, Montale, marc de la morandiere, many others! [/SIZE]
    Currently wearing: Viking by Creed

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    Default Re: Your 5 Must Experience Colognes?

    If you're interested in Colognes:

    Eau de Cologne Imperiale (Guerlain)
    Eau de Cologne du Coq (Guerlain)
    Eau de Guerlain
    Colonia (Acqua di Parma
    Acqua di Colonia (Lorenzo Villoresi)

    If you're interested in reasonably contemporary fragrances with a 'classic' sensibility that tend to be worn more by men and would like to avoid the synthetic sugar bombs out there for guys right now:

    Invasion Barbare (MDCI) Nu-Fougere
    Cuir de Pleine Fleur (Heeley) Floral Leather
    Santal Noble (MPG) Woody Oriental
    Granville (Dior) Aromatic Green Garrigue
    Songe d'un Bois d'Ete (Guerlain) Spiced Woods Leather Oud
    Memoir Man (Amouage) Green Woods + Frankincense
    French Lover (Malle) Bitter Green

    Sorry I got excited and lost count.

    If you are interested to know what men can and do wear altho they are not all necessarily marketed to men, and while you're at it, also want to get an idea of the origins of what now passes for commercial fragrances:

    Patou Pour Homme - Difficult to describe . . .
    Knize Ten - Leather
    Jicky (or Mouchoir de Monsieur) (Guerlain) Fougere
    Mitsouko (Guerlain) Chypre
    Shalimar (Guerlain) Oriental

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