Santal by Fragonard - Despite the name.
Alt-Innsbruck - Eau de Cologne
Aramis - Havana
Burberry - London for Men
By Kilian - Back to Black
Caron - Tabac Blond
Creed - Tabarôme Millésime
Czech & Speake - Cuba
Dolce & Gabbana - The One for Men
Jacques Bogart - Bogart pour Homme
Michael Kors - Michael for Men
Molinard - Habanita
Odori - Tabacco
Santa Maria Novella - Acqua di Cuba
Serge Lutens - Fumerie Turque
Slumberhouse - Baque
Sonoma Scent Studio - Tabac Aurea
Thierry Mugler - A*Men Pure Havane
Tom Ford - Tobacco Vanille
Versace - The Dreamer
Thread: Your favorite tobacco?
A classic note, tobacco has a long history in perfumery and lives on in many recent popular designer releases as well as in more challenging niche perfumes. Variations seem almost endless, ranging from sweet over smoky to moist or leafy green - but which fragrance contains the best tobacco note or represents the most rewarding interpretation of the rich and complex smell of tobacco?
My own vote goes to the heavily smoky and ambery interpretation in Fumerie Turque - but which one is your favorite? Maybe I didn't even list it?
Santal by Fragonard - Despite the name.
Murdock Bright Leaf followed by Aramis Havana.
Vintage Diorling extrait, vintage Lucien LeLong Indiscreet extrait, vintage original Chanel Coco parfum
A*Men Pure Havane is a masterpiece to me, have got 2 unopened bottles of backup for it!
Back to Black.
Also enjoy -
Herrera for Men.
Marlboro by Philip Morris
I voted Havana by Aramis (I did not see it was multiple choice until it was too late).
I also love:
Laurhum by O'driu
Le Tabac by L'Antichambre
Back to Black by By Kilian
Bogart pour Homme by Jacques Bogart
Last edited by drseid; 3rd April 2013 at 10:09 AM. Reason: Added Bogart pour Homme...
Current Top Favorites:
1) Portrait of a Lady original formula (EdP Frédéric Malle)
2) Giorgio for Men vintage/V.I.P. for Men (Giorgio Beverly Hills)
3) Dia Man vintage edt (Amouage)
4) Anat Fritz Original Formula and Classical (Anat Fritz) - tie
4) Lalfeorosa (O'driù) - tie
6) Les Nombres d'Or Vetyver (Mona di Orio)
7) Captain vintage (Molyneux)
8) Tzora (Anat Fritz)
9) Javanese Patchouli (Zegna) - tie
9) Monsieur de Givenchy vintage (Givenchy) - tie
9) Coeur de Vetiver Sacré (L'Artisan) - tie
9) Polo vintage (Ralph Lauren) - tie
9) Patou pour Homme Privé (Jean Patou) - tie
9) Oud Shamash (The Different Company) - tie
Agree with Jon Rodgers on Herrera for Men - that is my favorite tobacco.
Gucci Pour Homme II. Sure, it starts with violet and tea, but the tobacco really comes through as the top notes fade.
Sent from my brain using mental telepathy, except for the parts where my fingers typed on keys.
Bright Leaf by Murdock followed by Tobacco Vanille.
I voted for both Back to Black and Pure Havane and got away with it.
Versace Dreamer gets my vote. I love that fresh tobacco leaf/blossom note.
Smelling good on a budget!
I voted TV and Back to Black.
My current top ten:
1. Oud Wood
2. Spice and Wood
4. Pure Malt
5. Tonka Imperial
6. Dior Homme
7. Epic Man
8. L'air Du Desert Marocain
9. Noir de Noir
10. Terre D'Hermes
Favorites include Tabac or Don Corleone by Profumo.it / Scents of the Soul (Abdes Salaam) and Amouage's Tribute Attar
With the common Vanilla companion - Tom Ford's TV or L'Artisan's Havana Vanille (since turned Vanille Absolument for a copyright claim on the name)
With florals and still masculine - Histories de Parfum's 1740 or Tubereuse III Animale, maybe even Xerjoff's Oroville, which has grown on me as a dry and herbal take on tobacco.
I keep hoping that Serge Lutens will focus on a great tobacco (since Fumerie Turque smells like a pool of sun-thickened cow piss to me). I love the tobacco in Sarassins and Voix Noire, but unfortunately it's a minor player in both.
Having Simultaneous Affairs with: Amouage Memoir Man, Interlude Man, Epic Extrait (yep... the femme version), Ubar, Tribute, Homage, Badr Al Badour, Opus VI & VII • Puredistance M, Black • Tauer L'Air & Carillon pour un Ange • Knize Ten Golden • L'Artisan Al Oudh, Traversee du Bosphore, Dzing! • TF Noir de Noir • Xerjoff Homme, Richwood, Regio, 1861 Renaissance, 1888, Zafar • Serge Lutens MKK, Gris Clair, Fille en Aiguilles • H de Parfums 1740, Noir Patchouli, Tub3 Animale, Fidelis • Abdes Salaam Tabac, Cafe Milano, Mecca Balsam • Slumberhouse Vikt, Vintage Baque • MDCI Chypre Palatin • Nicoläi Vie de Chateau Intense, L'Eau Mixte • Dior Leather Oud & Patchouli Imperial • Chanel Sycomore • Guerlain Songe d'un Bois d'Ete • MFK Oud Cashmere Mood • Ormonde Jayne Nawab of Oudh Intensivo • Papillon Anubis • Bogue Maai • Ormonde Jayne Nawab of Oudh Intensivo
I voted other - Diptyque Volutes EdT.
TF is more pipe smelling to me. More like cherry tobacco
Pure Havane is a right balanced tobacco gourmand.
Back to back has a back drop of tobacco and I enjoy it a lot. The honey is more dominant to my nose those and since I enjoy it my nose tends to focus on that note.
Tom Ford Tobacco Vanille
Mugler Pure Havane
by Kilian Back to Black
"Other" : Tom Ford for Men
I had to go with Baque for its rustic dried tobacco characteristics.
Guys, if you want something beside a pipe tobacco smell then you should wear Yosh Sombre Negre, which smells like rolling tobacco.
I vote for Fumerie Turque.
From the given choices (alphabetical order):
A*Men Pure Havane by Thierry Mugler
Michael for Men by Michael Kors
Tobacco Vanille by Tom Ford