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    L'Homme Ideal EDT by Guerlain

    My first thought when I sprayed this was that it was reminiscent of Valentino Uomo Intense. Sweetness with a bite that I guess comes from the biter almond and citrus. Tonka citrus leather, is the order I'd go here. Something hints at powderyness without fully committing to it. The more I wear it, the more I like it. At first I considered it a bit too sweet, but as the woody base becomes a bit more prominent in the heart it is quite nice. When the citrus burns off it unmasks the cedarish fake wood smell. This adds a bit of a nose twinge to the tonka to round this flavor out a bit more. The vetiver in the base also gives it a bit of a dryness that I enjoy. A bit more casual than the EDP. Sweet and contemporary, with a classy Guerlain drydown.
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    L'Homme Ideal EDP by Guerlain

    Similar concept and feeling as the EDT in the opening. But I smell the rose here. The jammy rose takes this to a sweeter, bit more sultry and luxurious area. Reminds me of Dior's Ambre Nuit. It sort of sparkles. I see red strawberries, dripping with water and a glass of champagne. The fake cedarwood from the original is replaced by incense. I couldn't smell any incense until over an hour in, at which point it came through subtly, not overwhelming the rest of the fragrance. Sits closer to the skin, would prefer a bit more push. Does stay stronger on the skin though. At this point I tend to trust Guerlains to behave properly. Prefer the EDT overall, although I can't really say why. I think this objectively smells better.
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    I like the edp of L'Homme Ideal a little more. There are several niche fragrances I've tried that smell similar (Carner Barcelona, Affinessence).

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    Man in Black by Bvlgari


    It first gave me an impression of bubble gummy playfulness. This lingers, but it is better than that. There is something balsalmic in the formula that slightly alters the flavor.
    Take the cardamom, leather, and tonka from Code Profumo, add in the booze from Fahrenheit EDP, a dash of MFKs medicinal fake oud, and a touch of iris. You have Man in Black.
    I feel like other fragrances do what it is trying to do better. They also perform better in all facets. It is a good fragrance for the price, for sure, as all the others are more expensive. This has a place in some peoples wardrobe, but its space is taken already in mine.
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    Which samples are still to come? Areej Le Dore Russian Musk and Slumberhouse Norne Extract?

    I haven't tried Russian Musk yet, but I did enjoy Norne quite a bit. A very realistic pine forest smell. Similar feel to Luten's Fille en Aiguilles, but with smoke and incense instead of FeA's dried fruits and booze.
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    Quote Originally Posted by morrison74 View Post
    Which samples are still to come? Areej Le Dore Russian Musk and Slumberhouse Norne Extract?
    Oh, shoot. I missed those ones. I've wanted to do a couple of these a couple of times, but I worry that with how powerful they are they will throw me off for weaker scents. So now I'll be hitting the thick bodied scents. I should probably work my way through these over the next week.
    Slumberhouse Norne
    Bortnikoff Bonheur
    Bortnikoff Mysterious Oud
    Areej le Dore Russian Musk
    Areej le Dore Baikal Gris
    Areej le Dore Inverno Russo
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    Russian Musk by Areej le Dore

    The first thing you notice... is musk. Glorious beautiful full flavored musk. It hits with a lemon/bergamot combo reminiscent of the juice from a lemon/lime snowcone. The lemon marries to the pine early, and play together beautifully. Strong profile. If I bury my nose in I get just a small tinge of clove in the back. It smells better than this, and is more complex than this, but to get a feel for it, this could be described as a musky lemon pine scent. About 2 hours in I smelled a hint of smoke. It feels like it evolves in the intensities of the notes, while none disappear completely, and the scent profile stays the same. Quite pungent. Smells very natural.
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    Russian Musk was fun to sample, but in my experience, a 1980's fragrance with musk is more interesting, Aramis JHL, for example.

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    Pungent? Wait till you try Inverno Russo... No spoilers for you though, lol.

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    Baikal Gris by Areej le Dore

    Salty. It has a pine note that is prominent. Basalm fir and Cypress are listed, it is almost like a cross between normal pine and cedar. This goes into a bit smoky almost clove like accord. The violet leaf gives it a metallic sheen. There is a subtle soapy oakmoss smell that reminds me of Mousse Illuminee. Projection lasted about 2 hours, then becoming a prominent skin scent. Something in the heart smells a bit of leather.

    Performance is not up to the standard of the price for me, and I would not consider it fbw.
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    Norne by Slumberhouse

    Sticky smokey pine resin. The sauce is thick and stained my skin green. Reminds me of a more natural smelling pine Glade pine air freshener I always buy when Christmas time rolls around. After it dried for a few hours the pine burned off a bit faster than the smokey incense. High quality, natural smelling, and not overly complicated. Among the strongest things I have smelled. Not full bottle worthy full me because it is price prohibitive, though a bottle would probably last a life time.
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    Mysterious Oud by Bortnikoff

    The opening here is quite fecal. Animalic on overload. An hour in it starts to smell quite a bit better. The fecal oud has started to cede and blend in with the castoreum (which shines) and spices (namely opoponax). I got whiffs at certain times of cedar, rose, tonka, and labdanum, but these are all muchly bit players, and any recognition of these could have been just a matter of suggestion from reading of the notes. It projected pretty hard for the first hour or two, but then dwindled. Not one I enjoyed very much.
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    Bonheur by Bortnikoff

    Smells like clove, cardamom, and zesty bergamot. Has the same cedarwood in the background as Mysterious Oud, which I guess makes sense, since they are from the same house and the same year. Of all the Areej/Bortnikoffs, this one smells like the best fragrance to me. While I love musk, this seems a bit better blended, and maybe more... whole? Projection seemed fairly low, for about an hour and a half. Longevity moderate, skin scent for quite a while. It seems similar to Caron 3rd Man, though I'll have to do a side by side to verify its not just the cloves. I feel like if I wanted to smell this way regularly, I'd buy the Caron as it is cheaper, and just more to my personal aesthetic.
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    Inverno Russo by Areej le Dore

    Pissy musk over a floral base. Has the same natural musk as Russian Musk. I actually enjoy the synthetic civet here. It is a note I don't tend to get all that often, and feel is underutilized. Here it is highlighted to prominence. This smells how I was hoping Civet by Zoologist would smell. A few hours in it blends into a sort of softer animalic mťlange. Longevity is par and projection is sneaky good, getting wafts hours later. Perfectly unisex. It is nice to have the musk paired with something other than oud.
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    You're venturing into the fairly obscure and/or quite recent.

    I thought I might have tried Norne, but I'm not seeing my review on it, and I can't quite remember.

    The Areej le Dore and the Bortnikoff aren't known to me except for Russian Musk.

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    New Order:

    Caron Pour un Homme
    Caron L'Anarchiste
    Creed Viking
    Heeley Sel Marin
    Tom Ford Fougere d'Argent
    JPG Fleur du Male
    Thierry Mugler Cologne Come Together
    Hermes Terre D'Hermes Eau Intense Vetiver
    Guerlain Oud Essential
    Guerlain Santal Royal
    Polo Supreme Oud
    Van Cleef & Arpels Ambre Imperial
    Lalique Encre Noir Sport
    Paco Rabanne 1 Million Prive

    Total
    $44.78
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    Quote Originally Posted by notspendingamillion View Post
    New Order:

    Caron Pour un Homme
    Caron L'Anarchiste
    Creed Viking
    Heeley Sel Marin
    Tom Ford Fougere d'Argent
    JPG Fleur du Male
    Thierry Mugler Cologne Come Together
    Hermes Terre D'Hermes Eau Intense Vetiver
    Guerlain Oud Essential
    Guerlain Santal Royal
    Polo Supreme Oud
    Van Cleef & Arpels Ambre Imperial
    Lalique Encre Noir Sport
    Paco Rabanne 1 Million Prive

    Total
    $44.78
    I love TF Fougere d’Argent.... great classy frag my opinion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by notspendingamillion View Post
    New Order:

    Caron Pour un Homme
    Caron L'Anarchiste
    Creed Viking
    Heeley Sel Marin
    Tom Ford Fougere d'Argent
    JPG Fleur du Male
    Thierry Mugler Cologne Come Together
    Hermes Terre D'Hermes Eau Intense Vetiver
    Guerlain Oud Essential
    Guerlain Santal Royal
    Polo Supreme Oud
    Van Cleef & Arpels Ambre Imperial
    Lalique Encre Noir Sport
    Paco Rabanne 1 Million Prive

    Total
    $44.78
    What size are the samples? Dab or spray?

    Nice selection by the way. Interested to hear your take on these. I wore Polo Supreme Oud last night. Nice smell, but piss poor performance on me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by morrison74 View Post
    What size are the samples?
    Thanks!

    Dabs from perfumedcourt were:
    Caron Pour un Homme - 1ml
    Caron L'Anarchiste - 1ml
    Creed Viking - .5ml
    Heeley Sel Marin - 1ml
    Tom Ford Fougere d'Argent - .5ml
    JPG Fleur du Male - 1ml
    Thierry Mugler Cologne Come Together - 1ml
    Hermes Terre D'Hermes Eau Intense Vetiver - 1ml

    Official spray samples of uknown amount of ml from fragrancenet were:
    Guerlain Oud Essential
    Guerlain Santal Royal, that 10 days of Guerlain made me want to try these
    Polo Supreme Oud
    Van Cleef & Arpels Ambre Imperial
    Lalique Encre Noir Sport
    Paco Rabanne 1 Million Prive
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    I actually am gonna throw vintage Givenchy Gentleman on here as well from a order from my rose thread.
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    Quote Originally Posted by notspendingamillion View Post
    I actually am gonna throw vintage Givenchy Gentleman on here as well from a order from my rose thread.
    All others are pretenders. Nothing matches vintage Givenchy Gentleman, especially the base.

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    Encre Noire Sport

    It smells like I would expect a sport fragrance to smell. I don't know exactly what it is. I tried looking at the pyramids and looking at other sport ones, I just don't know. But it smells sporty. Shower gel-y, with a background of vetiver. Performance was not bad. I was getting wafts of it for hours, though it played a bit of peek-a-boo. Was expecting it to be a bit drier. It smells clean and inoffensive. Safe wear anywhere anytime. Pedestrian. Will finish my sample, but not FBW.
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    Hermes Terre D'Hermes Eau Intense Vetiver

    I like this one a lot. Starts with a shot of grapefruit. In the heart it is vetiver citrus fake wood. Smells a lot less orange than either the original EDT or the parfum flanker. The citrus in this one doesn't feel as bitter either. The parfum version also kept its citrus more vibrant for longer. In the drydown this one seems more like a woody vetiver flavored with citrus, while the others were maybe a bit more balanced. I do wish there was a hint cedar in the background to link it to the edt. Lasting power was good, projection was good. It feels updated and modern. To me this smells very similar to ADG Profumo. I'm going to assume they both have bergamot and the same fake wood aromachemical. I'll have to do a side by side at some point to see if they would be redundant.
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    Polo Supreme Oud

    The opening has the sort of medicinal synthetic oud going on. Pink pepper with cinnamon dominate the opening. The pink pepper lends this a sweetness that takes the place of the normal rose in the composition, and the effects seems similar, but a little less sharp. A few hours in the vetiver is more prominent. I see no mention of it anywhere, but I get something like ginger later on. I like that this takes the normal synthetic oud out there and folds it into a woody oriental. It is a good use. I also like this as someone who is just not that crazy about oud. Not barnyard or earthy. It smells like something I could wear... if the performance was not terrible. It is terrible. Weak sauce. Projection below average. Longevity, abysmal.
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    Thierry Mugler Cologne Come Together

    Renamed original, I think. Has a green hue. Like dew drops on a wet green leaf. Very soapy and clean. Maybe the cleanest smelling thing I have smelled. I'm not even sure if I smelled this in public, without having smelled it before, if I would know it was a fragrance, and not a laundry soap or something. Very pleasant and uplifting. Can't go wrong here. Performance on this is infamously slight, so that was my main worry. For projection it was below average. It projected its softish smell for about an hour and a half. But after it becomes a skin scent it is fairly present. The longevity actually decent. The smell of it is so clean and un-skin-like, that even a small hint of its presence is noticeable. I could smell this quite a few hours later. This is in a vacuum though, I would assume that the nature of this scent would be drown out in more scent heavy places. If you wore this to some sort of outdoor festival or something you would not smell it.
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    I actually am gonna throw vintage Givenchy Gentleman on here as well from a order from my rose thread.
    I look forward to reading your thoughts on vintage Givenchy Gentleman. Personally I've never smelled it.
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    1 Million Prive'

    I still get that bubblegummy feel, but it is different. There is a sharpeness in the begining from the orange. Something akin to white florals in the background. Doesnt feel sticky or cloying, and thats good. Reminds me a bit of Guerlain Ideal with a little less personality. I am not an incense fan, but they could have doubled it in here. Synthetic, but not caustic. Not good enough for me to own one of those ugly bottles.
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    Caron L'Anarchiste

    The first blast I get here is a cacophony of scents. It's fresh. It kinda smells like toothpaste. Minty cinnamon. There is something in here that sort of smells like commercial cleaners hotels use. Probably something to do with laundry musks. Its like you just brushed your teeth in a hotel after swimming in the pool. Doesn't smell dated... just different. Projection was average, but longevity was below average. I was barely able to smell a trace of it 4 hours later. After Yatagan and 3rd Man, this was an enormous letdown. Not impressed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by N.CAL Fragrance Reviewer View Post
    I look forward to reading your thoughts on vintage Givenchy Gentleman. Personally I've never smelled it.
    I didn't realize you hadn't had a taste of vintage Givenchy Gentleman. For me, it starts out fine, but after about 45 minutes gets really nice. I get a fair amount on my undershirt, and the whole effect is amazing for as much as 24 hours.

    I might like Ho Hang Club even more. The base is almost as nice as Givenchy Gentleman, and the opening is so much fun. My girlfriend's pick from this corner of my wardrobe is Moschino Pour Homme.




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