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    Default 1725 Casanova

    I just pulled the trigger (blind buy). Is the barbershop noticeable or rather very sublet? I never tried Invasion Barbare either so this could open the door to it. I am always in the quest for the elusive ultimate fougere and maybe 1725 is the one.
    In the past could of months I went ballistic with my niche purchases and I could not be happier. Itaska (Lubin) Idole(Lubin) Rien (ELDO) Fat Electrician (ELDO) Orange Spices (Creed) Peau d Espagne (SMN), 1740 (HdP) and a couple more.
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    Congrats on your purchase it's a very nice fragrance.
    Currently wearing: Vetiver by Guerlain

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    Default Re: 1725 Casanova

    thanks mate, any input? what is your take on it?
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    I like its spicy woody freshness in the opening and soft vanille sweetness in the basenotes. It is really well crafted and the ingredients are top notch.
    Currently wearing: Vetiver by Guerlain

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    Didn't care for it personally. Not a big fan of lavender and wasn't keen on how the lavender combined with the almond.

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    Default Re: 1725 Casanova

    IMHO, fougere the epitomizes the barber shop vibe just as it's older cousin IB by Mdci..
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    Default Re: 1725 Casanova

    1735 Casanova is one of the best in the line IMO. Congrats on your purchase.

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    Default Re: 1725 Casanova

    i used to like it a lot. the almond oil made it questanable for me... need to revisit. altogether very good scent
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    It's just a mild and easy to the nose gourmand fragrance in the same vein of Rochas Man but less sweet, IMO there's nothing fougere about it
    Last edited by jasonx; 2nd February 2014 at 09:33 PM.
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