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    Default Re: Help with Tom Ford fragrances?

    Japon Noir, Oud Wood, Neroli Portofino and Tobacco Vanille are my favorites.

    Noir de Noir is beautiful but I don't often want to wear it, sometimes it doesn't sit right with me.

    I very much wanted to love Tuscan Leather but I always think it smells like oregano. I call it Tuscan Kitchen and I have to admit, I don't really like it.
    Behemoth cut a slice of pineapple, salted it, peppered it, ate it, and then tossed off a second glass of alcohol so dashingly that everyone applauded.

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    I just purchased TF for Men. Not too popular here but it is a very classy and under the radar fragrance. Many compare it to Escada PH, but this is much much better. It is a soft floral with musk and comforting woods. A real comfort scent for me. You can't over do it. Its very fresh and clean. Its not a sillage monster but it lasts a long time as the oils are high quality and in percent. Very well blended and one of only 2 TF fragrances that I currently like.
    Is the juice worth the squeeze?

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    I'm also going to recommend that you try Tom Ford for Men. It's not popular here, no. What can I say, it's the only Tom Ford I really like.
    Currently wearing: Agar Attar by Agar Aura

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    I have a bottle of Bois Rouge with no code on the bottom...I am wondering if it's fake :|
    Has anyone ever seen that? It's a 50ml, and did not come in a box...totally blanking on where I got it from.
    The cap even feels different...it's def. heavier.
    I dunno, maybe it's one of the really old ones?

    Back on topic:

    Recommendations...
    Tobacco Oud, my fave...then Noir de Noir, and Santal Blush.
    Then Tobacco Vanille -- all those would be colder weather imho.
    Lavender Palm for the summer time.
    Also Azure Lime -- I know everyone else hates it, but I love it.
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    Any additional thoughts? I was considering to purchase a private blend possibly.
    Is the juice worth the squeeze?

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    Absolute Amber if you want a great cold weather scent!

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    Quote Originally Posted by deadidol View Post

    Excellent:
    Sahara Noir (highly impressive frankincense)
    Italian Cypress (coniferous aromatic)
    Santal Blush (balmy sandalwood)
    Noir de Noir (top-shelf rose)

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    Agree these 4 are winners. Italian Cypress is my scent of the day and my fav. evergreen fragrance. I would add one more to the Excellent list: Lavender Palm. Have had mixed results with some others.

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    My top 5 Tom Fords, in no particular order:

    Plum Japonais
    Tobacco Vanille
    Neroli Portofino
    Sahara Noir
    Black Orchid

    Honorable mention:

    Tom Ford Extreme

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    Personally, only know Black Orchid, Grey Vetiver and Noir, definitely enjoying and tending to recommend all three of them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wheatstraw2 View Post
    I'm also going to recommend that you try Tom Ford for Men. It's not popular here, no. What can I say, it's the only Tom Ford I really like.
    I'll add to the chorus for Tom Ford For Men. It's so underrated. TFFM and Extreme, are both very good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Akahina View Post
    I feel pretty much the same way. I am not terribly impressed. TV never excited me. The one that I do like a lot is Plum Japonais which I liked enough to buy. But now that I have it I find it so similar to Bond's Andy Warhol that one could say it is a copy. Sort of sad I bought it and am considering selling it or trading it.
    WOW! If that's the case, then it's definitely worth checking out. Andy Warhol (the silver bottle with Andy's face in purple) was excellent. I regret not snapping up a bottle of that before it was discontinued.
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