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    As a longtime bay rum fan, I can't believe I overlooked this one for so long: vintage Havana. To my nose, it boils down to a classic bay rum accord wedded to tobacco and oakmoss. Yes, yes, and yes.
    I love this one too.

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    Sampling for the first time ever vintage Givenchy Gentlemen
    Ahhhh.....so the package arrived safely. How do you like it? It's a patchouli beast for sure. It will linger for days

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    Moss is boss Gucci Nobile today ;-)
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    Can you tell me the approximate age of the corrugated bottle on the right? I have that one and always wondered what its story is.

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    Very nice choice!
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    Very nice choice!
    Yes sir! It took me a while to find it at a "decent" price.

    I am definitely enjoying it 2 hours in.

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    Currently wearing: Samarkande by Yves Rocher

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    Vintage Azzaro Pour Homme.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HORNS View Post
    Can you tell me the approximate age of the corrugated bottle on the right? I have that one and always wondered what its story is.
    I believe it's from 2003. It's one of my favorites. I backed up that specific version because I'm so into it.

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    Eau d’Hermes

    1990s coppertop

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    Eau d’Hermes

    1990s coppertop
    That decant came from a 200ml coppertop I got from Johnny_Ludlow, who is the Boswell to Eau d'Hermes's Dr. Johnson. It turned out to be the best coppertop example I've ever smelled. I don't think there's any way to distinguish different production years among the coppertops, but this one was just sublime.

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    I believe it's from 2003. It's one of my favorites. I backed up that specific version because I'm so into it.
    Awesome. Thanks.

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    Aramis 900 by EstÚe Lauder (1973)

    This is one of the few fragrances where I didn't make a breakdown in a review because it is basically a retooling of another scent. In this case, we get Aromatics Elixir with more of an even split between rose and geranium, with the patchouli turned up and galbanum turned down. This is like a huge precursor to Creed Vetiver Geranium with rose added and a heftier moss in place of an ambergris note. Way cheaper too.
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    @checkmate - A classic divine, and dear unto my heart. APH was a gift, among others, from the fragrance gods.


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    Good for you! I used to read online how some people found Parure edt (the parfum is long discontinued) redundant because of the presence of Mitsouko already in their wardrobe, but I don’t agree. Parure was a jammy kind of picnic plum with Springy undertones over a blanket of Mitsouko’s oakmoss.
    Thank you . I also don’t find Parure and Mitsouko similar. I find rose to be the main note in Parure and prefer it over Habit Rouge due to it’s complexity and oakmoss. It is not an everyday wear but on some days it’s just perfect.

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    Sampling for the first time ever YSL Kouros
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    Nice choice.

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    Kouros Fraicheur

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    One Man Show

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    Emporio Armani White today. I usually get a "What are you wearing today?" from someone at work when I wear this. It was love at first sniff when I tried it and bought several of the red and original version. Now its too expensive! Sigh...
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    Infusion by Bombay Sapphire -- One of my very best hot weather performers.




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