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    I've been curious about this stuff. [Jean Nate] How does it smell?
    Very breezy, peppery lemon that leans more toward the herbal lemon verbena than lemon fruit. There's a hint of carnation, and as it dries it becomes a bit powdery. A fougere, actually, but with little herbals. It's pretty masculine, and the bath splash would make a great refreshing aftershave.

    I'm not familiar with the cologne concentrate, the most common perfume formulation, but I assume that has more of a classic structure with some heart florals. I hear the Revlon revision changed it radically, but I haven't smelled that one.

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    Azzaro Pour Homme (1978, Loris)

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    M pour Monsieur by Marc de la Morandiere (1988)

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    Highlight of the day/evening.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cook.bot View Post
    Very breezy, peppery lemon that leans more toward the herbal lemon verbena than lemon fruit. There's a hint of carnation, and as it dries it becomes a bit powdery. A fougere, actually, but with little herbals. It's pretty masculine, and the bath splash would make a great refreshing aftershave.

    I'm not familiar with the cologne concentrate, the most common perfume formulation, but I assume that has more of a classic structure with some heart florals. I hear the Revlon revision changed it radically, but I haven't smelled that one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marand75 View Post
    Highlight of the day/evening.
    Hadn’t thought about it but the Arko is probably a great match with GF!
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    Hadn’t thought about it but the Arko is probably a great match with GF!
    I actually haven't noticed 'cause the GF's uber loud in comparison, LOL
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    M pour Monsieur by Marc de la Morandiere (1988)
    How very pleasant to see Schnozz here again. In honor of his return, I'm going to wear Azzurro di Capri tomorrow, since he's the first person I ever heard mention it.

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    Roger & Gallet Jean Marie Farina Extra Vielle EdC

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cook.bot View Post
    How very pleasant to see Schnozz here again. In honor of his return, I'm going to wear Azzurro di Capri tomorrow, since he's the first person I ever heard mention it.
    Thanks. I've been looking in often enough, but perhaps just subscribing to the view that silence is the unbearable repartee.

    And I was just thinking about getting Azzurro di Capri back in the warm-weather rotation and wondering whether I need to purchase a reserve supply.

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    Fragrances of Ireland’s Inis “The energy of the sea.”, bottle circa 1999. This doesn’t get any love on BN, and I don’t really recall seeing it mentioned besides whenever I name drop it. And here I go again. The ‘99 bottle I have has some actual oakmoss deep down in it. This fragrance mimics a salty sea note (calone? Beware) mixed with citruses and a touch of neroli up front. Becomes salty sea, citrus, musk, hint of nutmeg, and a hint of moss. Goes on a bit searing and synthetic but dries salty citrusy nice. I’m always complimented when I wear it. Works best in the blistering heat, but enough going on that I’ve worn it successfully in cooler weather. The new(er) version of this is nearly a chemical mess and smells like it was put together by a bath and body outlet (read: bargain bin decent but cheap smelling). Worth sticking in a wardrobe for a wear a few times a year but nothing to view as a unicorn or something you’re really missing out on. Look for it priced inexpensively. Ok, my sales pitch is one and done over.
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    I see you! *points at screen* There goes my Creed!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Kinda cold outside today and a bit windy, but the sun is shining so I'm off into our garden. Thought this one might be good for some outdoorsy work:
    Nobody puts POLO in the corner!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marand75 View Post
    Kinda cold outside today and a bit windy, but the sun is shining so I'm off into our garden. Thought this one might be good for some outdoorsy work:
    We were almost twins today! Ahhhh. I had Z-14 in my hand and then set it down at the last second and went for a modern (Pascal-Morabito Bois & Pluie). Maybe next time...
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    Eau de Parfum by Helmut Lang

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diddy View Post
    We were almost twins today! Ahhhh. I had Z-14 in my hand and then set it down at the last second and went for a modern (Pascal-Morabito Bois & Pluie). Maybe next time...
    Next time indeed, Brother Diddy
    Your sotd made me think of M de Morabito. Gotta revisit that one soon
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marand75 View Post
    Next time indeed, Brother Diddy
    Your sotd made me think of M de Morabito. Gotta revisit that one soon
    I think I have a sample of M somewhere but I don’t remember trying it. I have experience with Or Black and my SOTD. I need to dig for M when I get home.
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    SOTD

    Amazing stuff!

    My scent of the day looks like my dog's toy from Petco.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hednic View Post
    SOTE: Programme Homme by Lancome
    I've probably already had this little outpouring earlier here on Basenotes, but by jove this is a wonderfully opulent scent. An eye-opener for me, that sort of set the tone for my falling in love with perfumes in my late teens.


    Myself, I'm wearing original Bowling Green by Geoffrey Beene, from a vintage tester that's dangerously close to the few last drops.

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    ZC, you’re referring to those nearly indestructible Kong toys! (I have those too, except they are no longer in use because of the baby’s prescribed diet.)
    Quote Originally Posted by Zealot Crusader View Post
    Amazing stuff!

    My scent of the day looks like my dog's toy from Petco.

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    ZC, you’re referring to those nearly indestructible Kong toys! (I have those too, except they are no longer in use because of the baby’s prescribed diet.)
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    Whoa! Your doggy is a different creature from my Baby Belcher. (I call her that because she sometimes burps after eating her new dog food.)
    Your dog would eat my dog for breakfast! My pooch is a spoiled lapdog that demands coddling.
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