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Santos de Cartier- spicy, powerhouse, classically elegant but still, as much as I would enjoy this scent, there seems a slight background turbulence about it, making it occasionally smell too dry, too woody or even a bit too smoky for my nose
Joop! Homme - at times, seemingly almost vile to my nose, yet other times surprisingly rich, luxurious and olfactory fulfilling, maybe a tad too sweet, but by no means lacking a certain complexity, creativity and even strange beauty
Further popular gourmands, like One Million and Le Male- I seem to enjoy them even if I realize that they are obviously generic and thus not the most uncommon, creative etc.
Braukmann Classic by Hildegrad Braukmann- the notes of this scent are sheer joy, yet their longevity always lets me down
G Man by Gainsboro- one of the darkest, almost stuffy, shamelessly powerhouse scents, however, not matter how strong and even overpowering this scent is, even its most off-putting notes strangely attract me