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    Some great recommendations so far. I really enjoy Ormonde Jayne Black Gold. The sandalwood note in that is exquisite.
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    This one is a really nice creamy sandalwood-

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    Light & creamy sandalwood with a touch of spice -- there's plenty to choose from. Mythrol's Sandalwood Quest is definitely a great guide for this.

    Tam Dao EDT comes across too dry for my taste, as it feels like the cedar note is too prominent, crowding into the sandalwood. The EDP is much nicer. More "creamy."

    While I wouldn't call Maitre Parfumeur et Gantier's Santal Noble "creamy", that's my experience with the EDT. It was discontinued and now there's an EDP, which may be more lush. Lucky Scent describes it as "Deep, polished, resonant sandalwood with the velvety warmth of vanilla and coffee and a touch of intrigue from the patchouli and vetiver. Santal Noble is like a tuxedo -- any man wearing one seems more sophisticated, more desirable and more charming. A scent that inspires confidence, as well as romance."

    The most genuine smelling sandalwood I have is C&E Mysore Extrait. The ylang ylang note gives it a soft floral accent. Not what I'd call spicy, though.

    Pal Zileri's Santoriale is a nice one, very similar to the Art of Shaving Sandalwood EDT, but it's a weak performer. Turns to a skin scent within a few hours, so I'd call it "office safe."
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    One of the first fragrances I purchased and wore through much of high school was the old Crabtree & Evelyn Extract of Mysore Sandalwood. Getting into the fragrance hobby later in life was largely an effort to find a fragrance that came close to replicating the magic of that fragrance. Can't say I've found it, but most of my favorites along the journey have been mentioned already on this thread. Particularly fond of Carven Homme, Art of Shaving Sandalwood (discontinued one), Trumpers Sandalwood, Heritage and Floris Santal.

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    If you like iris at all, I highly recommend Orlov - Star of the Season. Rarely discussed here, but I think it's one of the best things I have in my collection.

    Bois du Portugal and Egoiste are iconic fragrances highlighting sandalwood. Tam Dao (especially the EDP) should always be recommended for sandalwood for good reason.

    April Aromatics - Precious Woods should certainly be tried. Xerjoff Richwood is a great choice for those with deep pockets.

    And a great sandalwood base in a summer scent: Creed Himalaya.


    And keep an eye out for Madhat. Some of the best smelling sandalwood scents for sure IMO. Santl, Mysore Lime, and Limed all feature sandalwood (the last two mixed with lime) are top notch for sure. In case you are able to come across them. Or in case he decides to make another sandalwood-centric scent.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dougczar View Post
    Bois du Portugal and Egoiste are iconic fragrances highlighting sandalwood. Tam Dao (especially the EDP) should always be recommended for sandalwood for good reason.
    Yes, these are some nice ones. There is a lot to explore in this genre for sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dougczar View Post

    Bois du Portugal and Egoiste are iconic fragrances highlighting sandalwood. Tam Dao (especially the EDP) should always be recommended for sandalwood for good reason.
    Those are great choices especially Egoiste.

    There's this one called Fritzche Bros Sandalwood, it's an oil but it's a great example of Mysore sandalwood.
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    Guerlain Heritage edt is tops for me. I love the sandalwood in it. I also like the sandalwood in Tom Ford Oud Wood quite a bit.

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    I will echo what two others suggested...
    Get a sample of real Mysore sandalwood, it is worth every penny.
    Then you will know what is the scent of real sandalwood.

    All recommendations have sandalwood-AC mimics and there is a difference.
    Bois de Iles parfum comes closest to real sandalwood scent.

    In the past, 80s through early 2000s, Chanel stores or Chanel corners in places like Holt Renfrew, carried a note-corner a lot of folks use to try before sampling perfumes.
    I saw it twice and it was a flat table with lids, porcelain jars were kept under, and you accessed them by lifting lids which had long porous porcelain rods/thick sticks attached to them. The area was kept cool, in a dimly lit corner.
    Scent oils were real sandalwood, jasmine sambac, bulgarain rose, tonka, styrax, etc.
    I still remember sampling sandalwood oil and it was the hardest thing to make myself move away from it. The scent was all milky, sweet, ambery, woody and more, it had a delicacy of nuance that is difficult to describe.
    The SA laughed at my reaction and said, people simply can't walk away from that jar of scent... it's like a magnet.
    She also said something I recall well, she had been there a long time... You know, first they are startled and then they close their eyes, take a long deep breath and then you see this look of bliss cross their faces. It happens again and again, and I don't get tired of watching it.

    Sandalo Inspiritu by Dawn Hurwitz, it was a good one but is discontinued.
    I remember I ordered on the phone and the lady said, well that's the last bottle you are getting.

    Have gotten Mysore sandalwood from Ensar lately, it is good but doesn't have the richness of Chanel's stash.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pallas Moncreiff View Post
    I will echo what two others suggested...
    Get a sample of real Mysore sandalwood, it is worth every penny.
    Then you will know what is the scent of real sandalwood.

    All recommendations have sandalwood-AC mimics and there is a difference.
    Bois de Iles parfum comes closest to real sandalwood scent.

    In the past, 80s through early 2000s, Chanel stores or Chanel corners in places like Holt Renfrew, carried a note-corner a lot of folks use to try before sampling perfumes.
    I saw it twice and it was a flat table with lids, porcelain jars were kept under, and you accessed them by lifting lids which had long porous porcelain rods/thick sticks attached to them. The area was kept cool, in a dimly lit corner.
    Scent oils were real sandalwood, jasmine sambac, bulgarain rose, tonka, styrax, etc.
    I still remember sampling sandalwood oil and it was the hardest thing to make myself move away from it. The scent was all milky, sweet, ambery, woody and more, it had a delicacy of nuance that is difficult to describe.
    The SA laughed at my reaction and said, people simply can't walk away from that jar of scent... it's like a magnet.
    She also said something I recall well, she had been there a long time... You know, first they are startled and then they close their eyes, take a long deep breath and then you see this look of bliss cross their faces. It happens again and again, and I don't get tired of watching it.

    Sandalo Inspiritu by Dawn Hurwitz, it was a good one but is discontinued.
    I remember I ordered on the phone and the lady said, well that's the last bottle you are getting.

    Have gotten Mysore sandalwood from Ensar lately, it is good but doesn't have the richness of Chanel's stash.
    Thanks for this walk down memory lane. Good times. The variance you noticed in the sandalwood oils could be due to different oil age profiles, or sometimes the source sandal itself. The only reason I hesitated to recommend OP some aged Mysore sandalwood oil earlier was the likelihood of it casting a big shadow over any other fragrance featuring the sandalwood note.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Diamondflame View Post
    The only reason I hesitated to recommend OP some aged Mysore sandalwood oil earlier was the likelihood of it casting a big shadow over any other fragrance featuring the sandalwood note.
    Ah, I knew.
    I did pause before suggesting to sample Mysore sandalwood, that in doing so, was I adding another voice to the "Dirge" for Mysore-sandalwood scent.
    And then I thought, even if leads to having few memories of that smell... the joy shouldn't be denied any human.

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    Quote Originally Posted by byrdjoel View Post
    One of the first fragrances I purchased and wore through much of high school was the old Crabtree & Evelyn Extract of Mysore Sandalwood. Getting into the fragrance hobby later in life was largely an effort to find a fragrance that came close to replicating the magic of that fragrance. Can't say I've found it, l.
    You just described me, too

    I still have a couple of old bottles with a bit left in them from the 80's before the sandalwood disappeared and it devolved into 'soap'.

    Re: original question, I would suggest Santal Noble (MPG), Tam Dao EdP, L'Arbre (IUNX). Also +1 on DSH Sandalo Inspiritu - I treasure that one!
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    OP, if you’re interested deeply with sandalwood I will agree that acquiring some amount of oil for sample is important. And not just Mysore. After Mythrol put together his sandalwood quest, I went through all of his bottles and samples to see if my opinions lined up with his. He also had several (like 6-7) examples of various sandalwood oils. Those were ones that he bought. But he also had a couple examples sent to him from a perfumer. In the process of following his steps, I even got to smell an example of Mysore that was over a century old. Having said that, I will say this: as magical as the immaculately preserved old stuff was don’t worry about chasing that kind of expense. Newer Mysore still gives you a close representation of what you’d smell. The largest observation was the way the smell presented off the skin. It warmly bloomed in the air, softly yet persistently, in a more lovely way than newer stock. Also, sample first if possible everything that you read people stating smells the closest to Mysore. Many times they’re wrong and it’s simply not the ‘closest’. It’s just the closest they’ve experienced, or they just favor that scent the most and it happens to have a very nice sandalwood accord. So, I recommend get you some sandalwood oil examples to have as a reference point and then sampling as much as possible. And then trusting YOUR nose. You may find that the fragrance you’re actually looking for doesn’t have the most photorealistic presentation of sandalwood but rather a decent one that’s blended into a mix with other woods that you prefer. Best wishes.
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    +1 for Tam Dao Edp
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    Quote Originally Posted by Diddy View Post
    OP, if you’re interested deeply with sandalwood I will agree that acquiring some amount of oil for sample is important. And not just Mysore. After Mythrol put together his sandalwood quest, I went through all of his bottles and samples to see if my opinions lined up with his. He also had several (like 6-7) examples of various sandalwood oils. Those were ones that he bought. But he also had a couple examples sent to him from a perfumer. In the process of following his steps, I even got to smell an example of Mysore that was over a century old. Having said that, I will say this: as magical as the immaculately preserved old stuff was don’t worry about chasing that kind of expense. Newer Mysore still gives you a close representation of what you’d smell. The largest observation was the way the smell presented off the skin. It warmly bloomed in the air, softly yet persistently, in a more lovely way than newer stock. Also, sample first if possible everything that you read people stating smells the closest to Mysore. Many times they’re wrong and it’s simply not the ‘closest’. It’s just the closest they’ve experienced, or they just favor that scent the most and it happens to have a very nice sandalwood accord. So, I recommend get you some sandalwood oil examples to have as a reference point and then sampling as much as possible. And then trusting YOUR nose. You may find that the fragrance you’re actually looking for doesn’t have the most photorealistic presentation of sandalwood but rather a decent one that’s blended into a mix with other woods that you prefer. Best wishes.
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    Thanks.

    A few things to note.

    I have had sandalwood oil in the past. I'm not reaaaaally after something which is 'pure' or 'the source' of sandalwood. Just a really good sandalwood (or sandalwood + rosewood/guiaic wood etc.) fragrance. It was also quite 'rich', if I recall. Do you have any suggestions for reputable UK companies though? I'd maybe be interested in looking in to it again, if only for a more aromatherapeutic reason. Appreciate the answer by Diddy in this regard.

    I use Trumper's sandalwood shaving foam, and have had sandalwood incense from a very young age. I love the scent and am well aquainted with it in several forms, but I want to see if there's anything else other than the two I know best at the moment - Sandalo and Trumper. Ideally I don't want to smell like an older Indian gentleman, but I'm open to all sorts of suggestions.

    I've tried Egoiste - and hate it. The wood is fine, the rose and cinnamon is not.

    I've tried Carven Homme, and don't like it. Too old school, and again with cinnamon. I've also tried Gucci Envy, which is much better, but still too 'old' for my liking. I'd prefer something really classic, like Trumper, or even the very retro Acqua di Parma Sandalo, to something that, to me, smells very much like a 90s retro in and of itself. I'd be interested in trying Gucci Rush but it seems to be even less common than M7 and GPH1, and hard to get hold of a sample.

    Oud Wood isn't a bad shout, but it has all sorts of failings in its execution, and I'm no fan of that synthetic oud note in it. Also plugging away with M7 at the moment, so don't feel the need to go down that route.

    I've enjoyed Wonderwood a lot, but it's got that kind of 'transparency' that all Comme des Garcons fragrances have. It's all a bit soft, and airy almost. I want 'more' from it - the opening is great though. Less enthused by Wonderoud.

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    How can I forget? The sandalwood in GIT is also beautiful imo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slpfrsly View Post
    Thanks.

    A few things to note.

    I have had sandalwood oil in the past. I'm not reaaaaally after something which is 'pure' or 'the source' of sandalwood. Just a really good sandalwood (or sandalwood + rosewood/guiaic wood etc.) fragrance. It was also quite 'rich', if I recall. Do you have any suggestions for reputable UK companies though? I'd maybe be interested in looking in to it again, if only for a more aromatherapeutic reason. Appreciate the answer by Diddy in this regard.
    Based on the above I would suggest trying Bleu de Chanel Parfum. It may seem the furthest away from a sandalwood scent but you will detect the woods and tonka bean accord in there. The composition is said to contain sandalwood. It may not be authentic but it’s definitely there. Based on your comments I think you might like it.

    Egoiste and Trumper’s Sandalwood are quite similar so I’m surprised you hate Egoiste and like the other.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hellbentforleather View Post
    How can I forget? The sandalwood in GIT is also beautiful imo.
    For a 2012 bottle I would agree with this but GIT has been watered right the way down and contains a rubbish base now made of nothing like what the previous versions had. I would still not buy GIT in its current form.

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    Has Sacred Wood been mentioned yet? Worth checking out if you like sandalwood.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rum View Post
    Based on the above I would suggest trying Bleu de Chanel Parfum. It may seem the furthest away from a sandalwood scent but you will detect the woods and tonka bean accord in there. The composition is said to contain sandalwood. It may not be authentic but it’s definitely there. Based on your comments I think you might like it.

    Egoiste and Trumper’s Sandalwood are quite similar so I’m surprised you hate Egoiste and like the other.
    I see the Egoiste comparison a lot, and just don't get it. The absence of a pungent rose and cinnamon mix seems a pretty fundamental difference to me. I like one, dislike the other.

    As for Bleu de Chanel...I still want a sandalwood scent, and I wouldn't really consider that it. Not sure how you got that from what I said, but I do still want 'a' sandalwood scent, and BdC isn't that. I just don't necessarily want to wear mysore sandalwood oil. There's a happy medium.

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    Vintage Arden for men is the best sandalwood fragrance I have smelled. No idea what the modern version is like, if it exists at all.
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    Try Concrete by Comme des Garcons. Sort of like Wonderwood but more sandalwood prominent.

    The rest of my recommendations have already been mentioned above. I own way-too-many sandalwood prominent fragrances, and I have no regrets
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    Quote Originally Posted by Oviatt View Post
    Vintage Arden for men is the best sandalwood fragrance I have smelled. No idea what the modern version is like, if it exists at all.
    Nice to see that one mentioned. Indeed a fine scent in vintage form.
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    Quote Originally Posted by slpfrsly View Post
    I see the Egoiste comparison a lot, and just don't get it. The absence of a pungent rose and cinnamon mix seems a pretty fundamental difference to me. I like one, dislike the other.

    As for Bleu de Chanel...I still want a sandalwood scent, and I wouldn't really consider that it. Not sure how you got that from what I said, but I do still want 'a' sandalwood scent, and BdC isn't that. I just don't necessarily want to wear mysore sandalwood oil. There's a happy medium.
    OK so as I understand you want something sandalwoody without wanting something blended with the note? In which case my previous recommendation for Villoresi’s Sandalo is definitely worth looking for.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diddy View Post
    Nice to see that one mentioned. Indeed a fine scent in vintage form.
    Yes this one should fit the bill for the OP too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by freewheelingvagabond View Post
    Tam Dao is definitely worth a try.
    This for sure...it's my gold standard reference the EDP version or is it parfum will have to check which one I have tucked away in some corner in my house.... ready to come out come winter ...but why I say gold standard is because I went to Bangalore some years back and got myself a small wood block of real sandalwood tree and the smell of that is exactly what I get from Tam dao so I agree 100% that when in search of sandalwood ( pure and simple with not much twists and turns ) Tam dao is the true representation !

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    Quote Originally Posted by rum View Post
    OK so as I understand you want something sandalwoody without wanting something blended with the note? In which case my previous recommendation for Villoresi’s Sandalo is definitely worth looking for.
    Is current formulation of villoresi still good enough for a sandalwood experience as I read somewhere in some other thread where people were quite negative about sandalo...how it's a shadow of its former self from the past....so what's your take ? Haven't smelled this and I am curious if it's worth the effort on current formulation in the mkt !

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    One oldie that I just recently got which is a classic, British gentleman scent. is Taylor of Old Bond Street Sandalwood. Really great Sandalwood scent. Well known so I can't call it underrated, but seems to get ignored in Sandalwood discussions. It shouldn't be. And neither should Ralph Lauren Safari, which is my 2nd favorite fragrance in my collection.
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    Thanks, I have Taylor of Old Bond street shaving soap as well and have used it for years. Never got round to trying the cologne though.




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