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    Default Amouage battle.

    Epic VS Interlude

    Why?thanks.

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    Epic.

    No oregano in Epic. Without oregano, Interlude would be a masterpiece. Instead, it's just ok.
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    Both good. I prefer the power of Interlude.
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    Epic.

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    Epic.
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    Interlude is more interesting. Epic is more wearable.
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    Interlude no comments. Epic is boring synthetic scent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajmc View Post
    Interlude is more interesting. Epic is more wearable.
    This!
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    Quote Originally Posted by dougczar View Post
    Epic.

    No oregano in Epic. Without oregano, Interlude would be a masterpiece. Instead, it's just ok.
    I'm not sure if it is the oregano note or the smoky one that annoys me the most about Interlude.

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    Interlude is the King. Epic is not far behind.
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    Wow you are fantastic friends.

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    I like incense and smokey notes. Then mate interlude is better?

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    Quote Originally Posted by NZFH View Post
    Interlude is the King. Epic is not far behind.
    +1 Agree with this though Myths is also very good imo!
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    vintage epic >>> interlude

    current epic <<< interlude

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    It’s Epic, man.
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    Epic Man
    It’s just a special fragrance in my opinion

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    Having tried both - Epic for me too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Slayerized View Post
    +1 Agree with this though Myths is also very good imo!
    I love Myths too. Honor is another close cousin.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Slayerized View Post
    +1 Agree with this though Myths is also very good imo!
    I agree, and Its' elemi + vetiver drydown sillage is what makes it great.

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    Default Re: Amouage battle.

    I really like them both but find Epic more Wearable.
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    Interlude. I enjoy some facets of Epic Man, but as a whole I never went for a bottle.
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    Interlude -- a force of nature

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    This
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    Interlude is the King. Epic is not far behind.
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    Wow

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    Very tight contest, but if I HAD to choose.............

    Interlude

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    Epic by far....at the end of the day a frags gotta be wearable and I would never want to reach for that bottle of Interlude.
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    Both are masterpieces, but I like my Epic just a little better.

    I have a newish Epic and vintage Interlude
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