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    Default Looking for that WOOD scent

    I am looking for something that smells mainly wood.
    I want to smell like I sleep in Home Depots' lumber yard or I just chopped down some fir pine trees and the saw dust is all over me.
    I haven't tried any of Dsquared stuff, yet many say they get mainly florals from them.
    I do like terredh, and I did order EN even though I haven't smelled it before.( it just sounded good)

    I'm still fairly new to fragrance collecting, but I have figured I lean more towards the woody,spicy scents.
    Any other suggestions?

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    Tam Dao.

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    +1 Tam Dao
    Wonderwood

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    Quote Originally Posted by caferacer View Post
    +1 Tam Dao
    Wonderwood
    Exactly what I was going to say.
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    Creed Spice & Wood
    Serge Lutens Un Bois Sepia

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    Tam Dao Eau de Toilette
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    Atlas Incense II (Shou Sugi Ban, Cardamom, Tonka, Incense)/ Le Chance XVI (Bergamot, Citrus, Lavender, Cedar & Sandalwood) / Fur - $5 OFF SALE - (Vintage Musks, Woods, Leather) / BayWay - (Citrus, Musk, Coconut) / Onsen Wood (Hinoki/Hiba/Cedar/Yuzu)

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    Artek Standard by CdG

    To me, it smells like you have been hit in the face with a plank of wood
    Currently wearing: Interlude Man by Amouage

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    Tam Dao was my SotD. I find it very creamy and something that can be easily worn by a female, therefore not that masculine.

    For a more masculine take on woods, I would say Duro from Nasomatto.
    Currently wearing: M by Puredistance

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    Gucci Pour Homme i (2003)
    Comme des Garcons 2 Man +1 Wonderwood
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    He Wood Rocky Mountain Wood.

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    http://www.luckyscent.com/product/42...d-by-by-kilian

    This looks interesting- A new By Killian.

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    +1 for Duro. Too expensive IMO, but it's aallllll wood and lasts a week on your skin

    +1 Wonderwood - pretty pure wood scent

    My other favorite woods tend to have incense... L'Artisan Parfumeur Dzongkha (Cedar, and more woodsy than Timbuktu), Serge Lutens Fille en Aiguilles, Amouage Memoir Man, and Creed's Royal Oud (a great spicy wood scent, even with no OUD to be found).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Hunter View Post
    Tam Dao.
    There is a boutique near by that sells that, I'll have to give it a sniff.

    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by FumeHood View Post
    +1 for Duro. Too expensive IMO, but it's aallllll wood and lasts a week on your skin

    +1 Wonderwood - pretty pure wood scent

    My other favorite woods tend to have incense... L'Artisan Parfumeur Dzongkha (Cedar, and more woodsy than Timbuktu), Serge Lutens Fille en Aiguilles, Amouage Memoir Man, and Creed's Royal Oud (a great spicy wood scent, even with no OUD to be found).
    I've tried Creeds Royal Oud, not really what I'm looking for, but I'll check out some of the others.
    Thanks

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    Norne sounds interesting, a little darker than what I was looking for but very interesting none the less.

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    The home depot feel you ask for is best represented by Tam Dao EDT version - longevity is an issue, so re-spray after 4 hrs or so for better performance...
    Currently wearing: Habit Rouge by Guerlain

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    If you ever get the chance to try it- S Lutens- Bois Oriental is a boozy strong cedar scent that is warm and creamy. Only available in bell jar though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dougczar View Post
    Exactly what I was going to say.
    Exactly what I was going to say.

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    Micallef Shanaan - but old wood, like medieval church pews, Gaiac - pure wood, Profumum Roma Sandalo - robust raw sandalwood, L'Erbolario Tea and Cedar - dry wooden bank on midday summer sunshine, Frapin Passion Boise - little bit spicy, meditative wooden smell, Lacroix Tumulte - just strong wood, as it is, take it or leave it

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    Cedre by L'Occitane
    Cedre Du Liban by Chabaud
    Gaiac by Miccalef
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    Quote Originally Posted by slniecko View Post
    Micallef Shanaan - but old wood, like medieval church pews, Gaiac - pure wood, Profumum Roma Sandalo - robust raw sandalwood, L'Erbolario Tea and Cedar - dry wooden bank on midday summer sunshine, Frapin Passion Boise - little bit spicy, meditative wooden smell, Lacroix Tumulte - just strong wood, as it is, take it or leave it
    Thanks, the descriptions help.

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    Six Scent The Spirit of Wood - everything Wonderwood wanted to be.
    Notes: green grass, fig leaves, cypress, elemi, coriander, cedar wood, vetiver, hinoki, white amber
    Currently wearing: The Wendol by Blackbird

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    Tdh

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    Tam Dao EdT--like spending the whole day in a wood shop cutting cedar. You come home covered with the dust.
    Currently wearing: Grey Vetiver by Tom Ford

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    Check out the Comme de Garons stuff - Hinoki, Palisander, etc. and L'Artisan Timbuktu might also be worth a look.
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    I would suggest He Wood Rocky Mountain Wood, a very woody/outdoorsy feel to it and very wearable at the same time.

    Now for some specialized wood:

    Montale Aoud Musk - Starts with heavy masculine/oud/wood feel and gets a dark/strong "ebony wood" to the finish
    Profumum Roma Arso - for some "burning" wood
    Tom Ford Amber Absolute - this isn't so much wood as wood chips, a lot of people pick up a strong sawdust/wood chips accord.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Hunter View Post
    Tam Dao.
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    Artek Standard by CdG
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    +1 on all of these. Comme des Garcons Sequoia also fits the bill.
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    Sugi Monocle Scent Three Comme des Garcons

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    AdP Colonia Intensa Oud. Massive, dry cedar. Lasts for ever.

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    Tam Dao EdT
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