Fougeres Marines by Montale
I've just brought Bulgari Aqua pour Homme, which I think smells amazing, and recently brought Coolwater (the reformulated one, I assume) and am fairly underwelmed by that, but it's nice to wear to the gym. I've also got Ted Baker Skinwear, which I quite like, I would put that somewhere inbetween the two in terms of how much I like it ~ would you regard that as an aquatic ~ it smells 'aquaticy' (is that a word?!? :-) ) to me?
Given that, can anyone reccomend some other aquatics to try, as I like to have a list of fragrances to try. Cost wise, Creed money is my absolute top end, and I'm a bit of a cheapskate, so don't really have a 'low end' cost wise, so any in that price range would be appreciated.
Fougeres Marines by Montale
Perhaps you may like Polo Blue.
"One gives freely, yet grows all the richer; another withholds what he should give, and only suffers want." Proverbs.
Armani Acqua di Gio
Sel Marin Heeley and Nuit de Tubereuse by L'Artisan. And speaking of Creed, Imperiale Millesime of course.
Givenchy Blue Label
versace man eau fraiche
Creed Erolfa, Millesime Imperial and Heeley Sel Marin...and welcome
Ineke Derring Do
Kenzo Pour Homme
Basenotes sales: Many collectible/discontinued CREEDs (Citrus Bigarrade, Selection Verte), Vetiver Geranium, Himalaya & other Basenotes favorites (Xerjoff Uden, Spicebomb, Heeley Oranges & Lemons, L'Artisan Batucada, L'Essence de Cerruti) http://www.basenotes.net/threads/340...Ess-de-Cerruti
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+1 Adg. It is one of the most complemented, period.
Thanks for all the replies, that certainly gives me some to try.
I was struggling to find a Creed stockist outside of london, but notice that John Lewis & Selfridges are listed as stockists in the Trafford Centre, and am accross that way soon, so I shall give them a sniff then; many of the other appear to be in one or more of my usual haunts, so that's all good.
Thanks agin for the help.
on the cheap but good side - chrome legend and 360 red
I love a fougere with ozonic/marine elements really well made: Horizon Guy Laroche
Boss Elements Aqua
Bond No. 9 Wall Street
Transat by Yves Rocher
Just a quick reply to say I've added most of these to my 'to test' list, and am having a great time nipping into various stores when I've got the odd moment to try them out. Nothing so far beats Bulgari Aqua pour Homme, in my opinion, although I've yet to try any of the more niche or unusual ones. Thanks for everyones help, once more.
Heely Sel Marin, Millesime Imperial l, Bond No 9 Wall Street are all pretty safe aquatics.
I don't wear aquatics. I can't recommend any! I must admit I have prejudice against them.
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- Horizon +1
- Chrome +1
- Revillon R (brilliant stuff!)
- DHS (2008) not an aquatic but very refreshing citrus/ginger combo and lasting!
- Cartier Declaration (spicy but fresh!)
- Cool Water (vintage only)
- Aqua Quorum (very cheap but not bad and lasting!)
My Top '10' : (In no particular order)
- Dolce & Gabbana: Pour Homme (vintage)
- Paco Rabanne: Pour Homme (vintage)
- Loewe: Esencia/Pour Homme/Solo/7
- YSL: Opium Pour Homme Edp
- Jacques Bogart: Bogart Pour Homme (2004)
- MPG: Santal Noble
- Guerlain: Vetiver
- Amouage: Jubilation XXV
- Hermes: Terre d'Hermes
- YSL: Kouros (Fraicheur)