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    There's only one fragrance that comes to mind for me.

    I went through a heavy jasmine phase when I started out exploring niche fragrances. At that time, I was in temp work on minimum wage, yet spent a pretty pound to sample lots of different jasmine soliflores.

    Jasmine is my favourite note - not necessarily to wear - but due to sentimental reasons. It reminds me of happier times from my childhood, lying awake in the evening and night after a long day, windows open with a summer breeze sweeping the scent into my refuge. It reminds me of sitting on our terrace, barbecues, lounging around in the sun. Blissful times without worry. Anyway, I digress.

    So after trying lots of different jasmine soliflores, and liking each one for a different reasons, I've kept hearing about one in particular: Nasomatto Nuda. With it being rather rare and a limited production, there was nowhere I could obtain a sample. So I sprang on it.

    Did it meet expectations. Well, yes. And no. It's not a realistic jasmine compared to some others, however, it does something else that I don't think any other scent I have discovered manages to do. It captures each facet of the flower at the same time. It's prismatic - kinda like staring at the album cover of The Dark Side of the Moon by Pink Floyd. It manages to be indolic and mentholated, clean and animalic, plastic-y and natural at the same time.

    So yeah, there's my unicorn story.

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    Vintage Kouros circa 1985-1986. My first signature scent that I was known for. My girlfriend (now wife of almost 30 years) had me spray a Teddy Bear with the stuff so she could smell me whenever she wanted to. I found a 80% full bottle on eBay two years ago and the guy sent it across country in a bubble mailer envelope from San Diego to Georgia. How it survived without breaking I'll never know. I cleaned up the bottle, it looks and smells great.

    Ralph Lauren Monogram. I found a bottle on eBay about 3 years ago, paid around $170, and I don't regret it. I don't wear it, but when I smell it, I'm 19 again driving my T-Tops Camaro blasting Cutting Crew's "I Just Died in Your Arms (the oddly chosen "our song" for my wife and I). Monogram smells like a preppy kid wearing a navy Lacoste polo, clay colored Polo shorts and a brown pair of Sperry deck shoes. Or so I've heard .

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    I haven't ever had to really quest for a fragrance. But acquiring Rémy Latour Cigarillo recently was a bit of a thrill and was probably my proudest find.

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    Most prized that became a unicorn after I bought it: Halston Man Amber

    Most wanted unicorn that is impossible to find at a price I'd consider paying: Floris Vetiver

    Most wanted unicorn that isn't particularly hard to find, but I'm waiting for a good deal: Calvin by Calvin Klein
    Currently wearing: Deep Woods by Avon

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedRaider430 View Post
    Great story. I can appreciate why it meant so much to you. There was an Avon after shave in the shape of an old roadster, called Sterling Six Leather, that was one of my first fragrances growing up. I've never forgotten it.
    It's one of my favorites as well.. when it's empty I'll most certainly track down some more..
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    Mine would be Serge Lutens Fille en Aiguilles, very hard to find in it's original bottle, prices skyrocket and the bottle is different for the ones that you can find now.
    I searched for it for a long time, until a fellow basenoter listed, I grabbed on the spot. The mixture of pine needles, vetiver and spices makes it unique scent, a real classic for me as my signature scent back in the days used to be Polo Green and this is a variation of it.
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    Brückner Aoud 1 - Several years ago, I paid a fellow BNer to purchase a bottle for me. However, this was right when UK Mail began seizing packages with fragrances inside. Someone at the Royal Postal Service is probably still smelling great to this day. Luckily, a while later, another BN friend who also lived overseas, but outside of the EU, was able to help me out - I purchased Aoud 1 - along with a few others from this house. He shipped them and they arrived to me safely.


    Armani Privé - Cedre Olympe - This was one that I was having a very hard time getting my hands on also. But, after some help from a BNer, and a bit of luck, I am now the owner of 2 full bottles, along with a 15ml split that I haven't even cracked into yet.


    Creed - Royal English Leather - I looked everywhere shortly after it was discontinued - I went to Neiman Marcus and a very helpful SA took my phone number. A week later she called me. She called almost every NM in the country, and found a single store in Texas with a single bottle left. She had them ship it directly to me. About two weeks later, she called me again, and found another bottle - so I bought that too. I generally don't deal with SAs, and when I do, I usually get minimal service - but this one was the most helpful I have ever dealt with.



    Those are my "Hard to Get Unicorns".

    Probably my most "Rare Unicorn" would be Les Nez - Turtle Vetiver Back. Easy to get - just ordered it from Luckyscent. But they were very limited, and I think they sold out very quickly.
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    6. Montale - Aoud Legacy
    7. Dior - Homme Sport 2008
    8. by Kilian - Straight to Heaven
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    10. Creed - Pure White Cologne

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    If I were to have a unicorn from my wardrobe, it would probably be Warner/Cosmair POLO, even though they are pretty easy to find still. I put it off for so long because I don't trust ebay sellers. I finally caved and took the plunge and so glad I did. Easily the favorite item in my collection.
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    Vintage Armani Eau Pour Homme

    Was my first signature fragrance I bought soon after falling in love for the first time, a few short months before I was due to start an undergraduate degree program overseas. This was back in the day when internet was in its infancy; the long distance romance cost me a mint in telephone bills and my grades suffered. Unfortunately it didn’t work out in the end. On hindsight we shouldn’t have started anything but we were young & foolish. It was shortlived but totally worth it. These bittersweet memories play back whenever I smell Armani Eau Pour Homme.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mgrigoriev View Post
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    Vintage M7 YSL is my unicorn - own 3 bottles
    Wow! The first oud fragrance curated by Tom Ford when he was at Yves Saint-Laurent. I have the flanker, unopened, M7 Fresh, which (I was told) smelt of fruit loops and marine notes darkened slightly by oud. Similar to Tom Ford's Oud Minerale.

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    Among the ones currently owned: Armani Eu pour Homme

    Among the ones tested: an equal standing/ranking between Joint by Roccobarocco, Guerlain Homme Intense EDP and another Guerlain-Songe d'un Bois d'Ete, Gucci Nobile, Furyo and a few more along these lines
    Currently wearing: Antaeus by Chanel

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    Quote Originally Posted by kbe View Post
    Ralph Lauren 1.7 oz splash bottle Chaps (Original) 1979. This was gifted to me in the early 80s at a time long before I became a fraghead. It sat unused in my bathroom in a drawer for years. After my entrance onto Basenotes in 2006 I re-found and opened It. I was delighted to discover it still had vitality and also a wonderful smell. Good things do come to those who wait.
    Great story.
    A good friend, who’s sadly no longer with us, wore this in the 80’s.
    I recently picked up a full 100ml spray in perfect condition.
    Memories.......

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    Dior Vetiver
    <div class="bnsotd"><b>Currently wearing:</b> <a href="ID26148387.html"><img src="http://www.basenotes.net/photos/products/33/26148387-7393.jpg"> Carven L'Eau Intense by Carven</a></div>

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    I do have a fragrance that I consider "unicorn" primarily due to how I happened upon it.

    A few years ago, I acquired a sample of Dior's Eau Sauvage Parfum (2012). I dug it so much, that I quickly ended up buying a 50ml bottle on a certain auction site, and while it was the "fair market price", I still felt like it was more than I really should have spent. But no worries! It smells awesome and I've used it sparingly to make it last, plus it's not cold enough where I live for very long to enjoy it year round. Well, fast forward to this past summer.....

    I was out of town for work for a couple days down in Tallahassee, FL. Well, just to kill some time, I went to the mall. As I was browsing around, I saw a Sephora. Not sure why I went in because I didn't need nor want anything at that moment, but I mosied right on in anyway. As I'm just sort of glancing, not really paying too much attention, something caught my eye that required a double take. At first, I thought, "no way - this can't be", but lo and behold, pushed towards the back on the top shelf, all by its lonesome, was a 100ml sealed boxed bottle of none other than a 2012 Eau Sauvage Parum! I must have checked that batch code a dozen times. No question about it! Needless to say, it now resides in my house (still boxed). It won't see the light of day till my 50ml is gone, and even then, it will probably out live me!

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    Wode Paint.

    I stumbled upon this years ago, and I haven't seen it since.
    I rarely wear it, but rather it serves as a talking point when I show my collection.

    wode.jpgwode2.jpgwode3.jpgwode4.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by dougczar View Post
    Armani Privé - Cedre Olympe - This was one that I was having a very hard time getting my hands on also. But, after some help from a BNer, and a bit of luck, I am now the owner of 2 full bottles, along with a 15ml split that I haven't even cracked into yet.
    Very lucky to have a bottle of this too. I bought it perhaps a year or two after it was discontinued. I spoke to an Armani rep and they said the decision to pull it was because they couldn't get the right quality of a key ingredient anymore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrewthecologneguy View Post
    Wode Paint.

    I stumbled upon this years ago, and I haven't seen it since.
    I rarely wear it, but rather it serves as a talking point when I show my collection.

    wode.jpgwode2.jpgwode3.jpgwode4.jpg
    Does it really stain like that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Danny Mitchell View Post
    If I were to have a unicorn from my wardrobe, it would probably be Warner/Cosmair POLO, even though they are pretty easy to find still. I put it off for so long because I don't trust ebay sellers. I finally caved and took the plunge and so glad I did. Easily the favorite item in my collection.
    Yea eBay can be risky, over the years eBay has changed they always side with the buyer now if a problem arises so worries are long gone. For the seller this can be a pain in the ass if your stuff is legit and buyers cry wolf for no reason though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zealot Crusader View Post
    I'm actually very interested in the fact that a masculine-market scent contained honeysuckle, which is a note I love. One of the reasons I began exploring feminine perfumes was for good roses, which at the time, I didn't know existed in men's perfumery. I've since discovered many good masculine roses but don't regret getting stuff like Chanel No. 19 or Knowing by Estée Lauder. Still though... a honeysuckle masculine sounds cool!
    There must not be very many well known fragrances with honeysuckle because several threads have asked about it here and not very many names are mentioned. Fragrantica brings up several when you look for fragrances with the note, but most I've never heard of, and the overwhelming majority of them are for females and would likely be too femme for my liking.

    The most frequently mentioned fragrance with honeysuckle is Creed's Chevrefeuille Original (but you probably knew that). Seems like I've read that the word "chevrefeuille" is actually French for honeysuckle, so that explains why I've seen other fragrances using the word. I have Creed's Chevrefeuille, and though I do enjoy it for its greenness and freshness, I wish the honeysuckle was more pronounced. That seems to be the problem with fragrances that DO have the note in them....there aren't really any that specifically make people think of honeysuckle when they smell them. It seems to be used more as a way to increase the brightness and freshness of the overall scent.

    Surprisingly, the other fragrance that comes up most often when people ask about scents with honeysuckle is Fahrenheit. Fragonard, too.
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    Dolce Gabanna By for men would be my unicorn...

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedRaider430 View Post
    There must not be very many well known fragrances with honeysuckle because several threads have asked about it here and not very many names are mentioned. Fragrantica brings up several when you look for fragrances with the note, but most I've never heard of, and the overwhelming majority of them are for females and would likely be too femme for my liking.

    The most frequently mentioned fragrance with honeysuckle is Creed's Chevrefeuille Original (but you probably knew that). Seems like I've read that the word "chevrefeuille" is actually French for honeysuckle, so that explains why I've seen other fragrances using the word. I have Creed's Chevrefeuille, and though I do enjoy it for its greenness and freshness, I wish the honeysuckle was more pronounced. That seems to be the problem with fragrances that DO have the note in them....there aren't really any that specifically make people think of honeysuckle when they smell them. It seems to be used more as a way to increase the brightness and freshness of the overall scent.

    Surprisingly, the other fragrance that comes up most often when people ask about scents with honeysuckle is Fahrenheit. Fragonard, too.
    Yeah, I'm familiar with the gray caps (almost all of which are invariably unicorns now and beyond the reach of most), and would love to try that particular one (among others), but I tend to put them out of mind because they're mostly beyond my reach too. Having said that, I noticed a honeysuckle note in Fahrenheit, but don't know which Fragonard you're alluding to which has it. Avon made a "Honeysuckle" fragrance, marketed to women but technically unisex because it's just a straight soliflore of the flower (I tend to consider all soliflores unisex because a flower is a flower), although any floral note by itself can get boring after a while (even my beloved rose).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nastka View Post
    Very lucky to have a bottle of this too. I bought it perhaps a year or two after it was discontinued. I spoke to an Armani rep and they said the decision to pull it was because they couldn't get the right quality of a key ingredient anymore.
    Thanks for sharing that - I was always curious why that was discontinued so quickly. I believe it won some "new fragrance of the year" or something when it came out. To be discontinued before it even reached many markets was surprising to me.
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    6. Montale - Aoud Legacy
    7. Dior - Homme Sport 2008
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    Quote Originally Posted by speckmann0706 View Post
    Yea eBay can be risky, over the years eBay has changed they always side with the buyer now if a problem arises so worries are long gone. For the seller this can be a pain in the ass if your stuff is legit and buyers cry wolf for no reason though.
    Especially with splash bottles, it would be so easy to water them down or fill them with whatever.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zealot Crusader View Post
    ....don't know which Fragonard you're alluding to which has it.
    Fragonard (by Fragonard) is one of the honeysuckle fragrances you'll see mentioned in the "Best fragrances with honeysuckle" threads here, but again, it's considered to be for females.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RedRaider430 View Post
    Fragonard (by Fragonard) is one of the honeysuckle fragrances you'll see mentioned in the "Best fragrances with honeysuckle" threads here, but again, it's considered to be for females.
    Fragonard by Fragonard sounds so silly hahaha!

    I guess it's no different than Peter Gabriel making his first four albums self-titled and leaving it up to you for figuring out which one is which.

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    Ebene de Balmain for the most difficult to find, ship and finally recieve after months of waiting. From an obscure shop in London, flown by friend of a basenoter, then shipped to the basenoter in USA before finally getting shipped to Canada. Think it was over 6 months but was it worth the wait!

    In terms of rarity - Guerlain 180 an du Creations and their 190 ans Bee bottle fragrances.
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    Personal favorites - multiple bottles bought over years of my beloved Bel Ami, the great Gucci Nobile, Eau Sauvage EDT, Jules (original), Gucci Pour Homme 1976, Rochas Lui, Pour Monsieur vtg, Furyo. Every single Slumberhouse fragrance that I have, to cherish an artist and and a very good, humble human.

    Maitre Parfumeur et Gantier Santal Noble and Amouage Sandal attar for my childhood memories growing in India.

    Norma Kamali Incense and Sahara Noir for all the incense my family used that I've smelled over the ages.

    Slumberhouse Zahd, particularly it's initial stages, giving a weird vision of really old South Indian temples, with damp rock, fruits, flowers, incense, camphor, human sweat all bottled up. A ton of good sandalwood in this as well.

    Portrait of a Lady bought just because of Drseid's singing praises about it, which I've trusted over the years.

    Annick Goutal's Vetiver - because my once upon a time good basenotes friend Colin Maillard told me to try and for all the good memories of fragrance exchanges we did until he kind of disappeared...

    Shiseido Bravas which another great basenotes member and I shared the liking for - I recall him saying Bravas was sunshine in a bottle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zealot Crusader View Post
    Fragonard by Fragonard sounds so silly hahaha!

    I guess it's no different than Peter Gabriel making his first four albums self-titled and leaving it up to you for figuring out which one is which.

    Thanks for the info!
    Or which one is best......

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    Or which one is best......
    The third one. (But all four are essential.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlanG View Post
    Or which one is best......
    Quote Originally Posted by PStoller View Post
    The third one. (But all four are essential.)
    I think Peter Gabriel was better than Peter Gabriel, but Peter Gabriel was also a good album too.

    But back to the Genesis of the conversation we go...

    Another personal "unicorn" of mine was a very particular vintage of Monsieur Musk by Parfums Parquet (not the original Monsieur Houbigant it is descended from). I preferred the New Dana (Mountaintop PA address) manufacture from 1999-2000 because it is pre-IFRA 2001 and represents the "freshest" of that formula plus was the batch my first bottle of the stuff is from. I ended up finding 2 more dusty bottles of this from an old perfume store in a mall. The carnation and musk combo here are sublime (to me). I've smelled both older and newer but this one tickles me best.
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    I still have a few ml left of my Rochas Macassar - that's heading into unicorn territory.




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