Oxford & Cambridge is a excellent lavender scent that is easy to wear. I got about six hours out of it and it's the one I would recommend if you are new to the range.
No 88 is popular but is what I would class as a old world fragrance and not that contemporary. A dark rose scent, it reminds me of those rose joss sticks you can buy.
Cuba is a upmarket bay rum type of scent with tobacco, rum, mint etc and is C&S's way of capturing the smells of Cuba in a bottle. So it smells like Mojitos and Cuban tobacco. A lot of people cannot stand this fecal note that is in this. But if you have ever smelled the dry leaves of a Cuban cigar before you have lit it. That's what they were trying to capture.
Neroli - This smells very nice in a soapy kind of way. Reminds me of the free soap & scent you would get in a five star hotel in your room.
Vetiver Vert - opens with a blast of citrus of bergamot and mandarin and it feels very green. What I really like is the incense resin smell that it develops along with a sweet Sandalwood after the topnotes fade. The vetiver note is small and mixed in with the laurel and the sandalwood.
The only one I would advise to stay away from is Citrus Paradisi. A really awful grapefruit scent with something fecally unpleasant lurking in the background. It smells like a public restroom toilet that has been cleaned with detergent. A truly horrid fragrance, yuuukkk!