Tommy Bahama St. Bart
For years I've been looking for a cologne that smells like pine-sol along with some lime-type scent.
I've always loved the smell of pine sol but without the harsh cleaning chemicals inside.
Anyone have any good recommendations?
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Thanks guys, I'll see if I can get some free samples before I place my order.
Last edited by P4yn3; 23rd January 2013 at 08:44 PM.
Tommy Bahama St. Bart
Where's Odysseum when you need him?
He would certainly steer you in the right direction.
For now, I'll recommend you look into Pino Silvestre Original Pino Silvestre for Men.
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Jo Malone Sweet Lime and Cedar
Richard by Micallef (Private Label)
Jo Malone "Pine and Eucalyptus". It was only sold at Christmas (not sure if it still is).
I second Pino Silvestre
You might get lucky with something like this:
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SirSlarty gave this review:
Lacoste (original) by Lacoste
The clean scent in this is more like PineSol than anything but what a great Pinesol smell! The sandalwood base is superb. I love lemon and wood scents.
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You might give these a try:
Lalique Encre Noire http://www.basenotes.net/ID26126273.html
Yardley Citrus & Wood http://www.basenotes.net/ID26132240.html
Last edited by Wally Swoboda; 24th January 2013 at 12:20 PM.
Pino Silvestre. Can be had for cheap, too.
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Another vote for Pino Silvestre. Even if it doesn't scratch the exact itch you have for Pine-Sol, it's still a great cheapie. I wear mine at least a few times a year.