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    Re: TF Ombre Leather Vs Tuscan Leather

    Haha, man, I have to completely disagree with everything I'm reading. Leather definitely has a smell even if it's centuries old. An no, it's really not just the tanning chemicals.

    Has a fragrance...
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    Re: TF Ombre Leather Vs Tuscan Leather

    No, I don't think so. Not quite. A 'new' leather jacket is a rarity, a fleeting thing - or for poseurs who never actually wear it. I'd stand by the rather sweeping 'worn v new' divide between...
  3. Thread: Mad et Len

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    Re: Mad et Len

    Thanks for replying.

    Would you recommend seeking any of their fragrances?
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    Re: TF Ombre Leather Vs Tuscan Leather

    Yeah, I don't understand that. I think some people have a rather simplistic, almost linear scale of the masculine-feminine divide, as if darkness or strength cannot be feminine; feminine just means...
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    Re: TF Ombre Leather Vs Tuscan Leather

    Tuscan Leather and its derivatives are one of the most feminine aromas in perfume as well, in my opinion. I'm surprised any men wear them.

    This makes me want to revist Tuscan Leather Intense.
  6. Re: Do they still make any rich scented fragrances like how fragrances used to be made?

    Right - but popular doesn't mean good, surely? You said we only remember 'the best'; I'd say that's not quite true, we very much remember at least the 'smell' of the worst, hence animalic fragrances,...
  7. Re: Building a minimalist but situationally diverse wardrobe. Advice?

    Fair point, I found I couldn't find any sort of 'sweet spot' with the AdG DNA, it was simply too strong however I wore it.

    I probably wouldn't think of it as work apprioriate, no. It has quite a...
  8. Re: Building a minimalist but situationally diverse wardrobe. Advice?

    I think it's crazy to be vegan for 365 days a year. Vegetarianism is ok but I couldn't live without eggs. Better yet, just eat meat or fish sparingly and at certain times of year. Ideally when the...
  9. Re: Do they still make any rich scented fragrances like how fragrances used to be made?

    Simple answer to that: the world is much wealthier, hence the market is much larger.

    Doesn't negate my point about fragrance being less common and less loud now in the west than it was in the...
  10. Re: Clean and Musk, office fragrances , recommendations

    MFK, and FK in general, does this to perfection in my opinion. You could go with any number of his works.
  11. Re: Building a minimalist but situationally diverse wardrobe. Advice?

    Have you heard of veganism...? :thumbsup:
  12. Re: Building a minimalist but situationally diverse wardrobe. Advice?

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    Apologies, I meant what do you wear fragrance-wise, but that's fine. You're in a good career and sector where GIT would fit but maybe a more formal, lighter scent would fit for work?
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  13. Re: Do they still make any rich scented fragrances like how fragrances used to be made?

    The market has clearly expanded, but fragrance use - and more importantly, 'loud' fragrance use - has definitely declined. I remember fragrance being much of a thing in my childhood than it is now -...
  14. Re: Do they still make any rich scented fragrances like how fragrances used to be made?

    The internet never forgets. We won't forget the shit, I'm sure of that. We still have a very common trope when it comes to mocking powerhouse fragrances and 'vintages', for want of a better term.

    ...
  15. Re: Do they still make any rich scented fragrances like how fragrances used to be made?

    Likely, yes. At least they were likely to be much 'better' than they are now - at least in some ways. Globalisation has had a knock on effect of pumping more 'chemicals' and its knock on effects...
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    There is absolutely a bias against modern fragrances, I agree, and it's frustrating to come across. It's subjectivity tainted with nostalgia and comes out smelling like snobbery. There are many...
  17. Re: Do they still make any rich scented fragrances like how fragrances used to be made?

    This is what I was thinking of. Roja aims for this style but I find it's a modernised version and very much smells of the 'now' in the base. Rogue doesn't, at least not completely.
  18. Re: Building a minimalist but situationally diverse wardrobe. Advice?

    I haven't tried Eau d'Hermes but I would think of something like Eau d'Orange Verte as a starting point. Chances are it's too light and fleeting - as it is for most people given the price - but I...
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    Re: Ginepro Di Sardegna

    I found that Narciso Rodriguez's Bleu Noir EDT wasn't a million miles away. But you should still be able to find Ginepro easily enough on ebay, no?
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    I'd consider categories again.

    You could probably do with a yellow, a blue, and/or a black/brown.

    I'd say in particular you could do with something a bit lighter and citrusy - something like an...
  21. Poll: Re: Poll: Comme des Garcons incense and woody "outsider" fragrances

    CdG was clearly great for its time but hasn't survived the 'niche explosion' when it comes to quality and smell - although they've clearly done well commercially, mainly, I would suggest, due to...
  22. Re: Akro's 'Awake' is the best gourmand & coffee scent on the market

    It's an incredible rendition of an atmospheric aroma, I agree. It's everything something like Pure Tonka wishes it could evoke.

    But is it wearable? Do you really want to smell like stale coffee...
  23. Re: Do they still make any rich scented fragrances like how fragrances used to be made?

    To jump the gun somewhat, is this thread basically itching at the issue between top notes v base notes?

    Clearly, modern perfumery is far, far superior when it comes to the 'opening' of a...
  24. Re: Do they still make any rich scented fragrances like how fragrances used to be made?

    This must have been the 5th or 6th time I've seen this mentioned in glowing terms by different people online in the last...pfffttt...3-4 weeks maybe?

    I'm so glad I bought a sample, it's so bang...
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    Re: Build the ULTIMATE menís wardrobe!

    No such thing.

    If by ultimate you mean final, or the pinnacle, there really, truly is no such thing.

    To try to be somewhat helpful, I'd bracket it by 'type' as to what would be just about...
  26. Re: Do they still make any rich scented fragrances like how fragrances used to be made?

    Yes and no.

    Yes, in certain parts of the world. Namely the Middle East. Yes also from certain brands - small and large - that create specifically loud or vintage-inspired retro fragrances.

    But...
  27. Re: anybody know an easy to find inexpensive coconut cologne for men?

    I tried finding one and in my opinion, no.

    All the cheap coconut fragrances smell distinctly feminine, thus not really 'for men'. The better ones are quite expensive.

    You might want to try...
  28. Re: Bought a fake bottle of TF Tobacco Oud from Mercari - Worried about getting my Money Back

    Ebay has absolutely no desire to remove fakes from its website. Amazon the same. Enough people are 'happy' by being conned that, when you look at it purely from a transactional perspective and online...
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    Re: What's Your Go-To "Dumb Reach" Fragrance?

    I found two decent ones since commenting on this.

    Gramercy Park by Bond No 9 - a very good replication of Davidoff's Good Life.
    Darley by Parfums de Marly - about 1/3 Le Male and 2/3 Joop/O...
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    Re: Getting old...?

    I think you've discovered the issue yourself: noseblindness.

    Less is more.
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    Re: Getting old...?

    It's also probably a maturity and experience issue as well as age.

    There's more to appreciate in the subtlety of fragrance than in the bombastic - there's only so many Tom Ford openings you can...
  32. Thread: Mad et Len

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    Re: Mad et Len

    I'm really intrigued by this brand but can't seem to find any sort of info on them online, other than a few scraps here or there. So few reviews, so few testimonies about their fragrances, nothing in...
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    Re: TF Ombre Leather Vs Tuscan Leather

    I'd tend to agree with that.
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    Re: TF Ombre Leather Vs Tuscan Leather

    Out of interest, how often do you wear it? Or...how do you manage to wash it off? I applied some to my forearm and, no word of a lie, it lasted on there for the best part of a week. Daily showers,...
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    Re: Black Afgano is great

    Smells pretty crap to my nose.

    It might have been one of the first synthetic ouds, and has that going in its favour, but in 2020...nope. Awful.
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    Re: Favourite Alpha Male Fragrence

    Oh...I think it's just that they smell like a kind of fit, strong, peacocking form of masculinity.

    Now that might not be 'ALPHA' but I don't quite know what people want to refer to when they use...
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    Re: Blind buy dissapointments

    I stopped blind buying relatively quickly after following youtube and fragrantica advice.

    I bought the following on 'bad' grounds, let's say:

    Perry Ellis Black Vanilla (or whatever it's...
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    Re: From hate to love

    Never quite that black and white, but I went from ambivalence to strong likes. I'm not sure I could say I 'love' a fragrance, but perhaps that's just a terminology thing haha.

    Aventus and Beau de...
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    Re: TF Ombre Leather Vs Tuscan Leather

    Guerlain Cuir Intense is absolutely horrendous. Trust me: completely disregard that advice. Whatever faults the TF leathers have they are far, far superior to the Guerlain - it is a cloying mess of a...
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    Re: Favourite Alpha Male Fragrence

    I feel like the MFK Oud line fits as well. They're nice, gentlemanly, fairly formal yet inoffensive smelling scents. Rather than being some tragic 2 dimensional idea of whta an 'alpha' is, I think...
  41. Re: Tom Ford, Remaking The Same Fragrance, & Tom Ford for Men EDT v Gucci Envy (and Fougere d'Argent

    Parfums Vintage do a clone that is apparently fairly close. Some others have mentioned Floris Santal as a more gentlemanly, less spicy alternative. I don't think anything or anyone has come along and...
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    Re: Top 3 in your current wardrobe

    Oranges & Lemons - Heeley
    Aventus - Creed
    Beau de Jour - Tom Ford

    Those are the 3 I wear with the most ease. Sometimes I find Layton by PdM too much, and even offputting, but sometimes it's...
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    Re: The official Jeremy Fragrance fragrance thread

    Amazed to see both Jeremy and this thread are still going.

    The Scarface, coked up meltdown can't be far away.
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    Re: Favourite Alpha Male Fragrence

    I recently tried Roja Dove's Danger and that smells like it fits. Mature, strong masculinity.
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    Re: My dirt cheap favorite tobacco scents

    I'm intrigued by this. For anyone wondering, it's Ummo, not Unno. Made by Rodrigo Flores-Roux who made Sandor 70's, for me one of the few note-worthy tobacco fragrances I've tried. If it's anything...
  46. Re: What am I missing? Where have warm, 'ambery' masculine fragrances gone?

    That's another 'yikes' from me...

    Anyway, let's hope your assessment of fragrance is better than your judgement of character.
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    Re: Parfums De Marly - Layton - Longevity issues?

    Following back up with this thread - I forgot to say, I think what I misread as 'batch differences' may well have been fake samples. I bought several samples from several different sources and...
  48. Re: What am I missing? Where have warm, 'ambery' masculine fragrances gone?

    Are we now fine after all the incel accusations? Haha. I have a sample of the Nicolai on the way, I'm interested to see what it's like.
  49. Re: What am I missing? Where have warm, 'ambery' masculine fragrances gone?

    Still can't find a sample of the Frank. I will buy it as soon as I can.
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    Tbh it's not exactly what I'm talking about. It's as much about...I really do think it's just the base as much as anything else. I get oakmoss and what smells like 'thick' or dense woods in here.
    ...
  51. Re: What am I missing? Where have warm, 'ambery' masculine fragrances gone?

    I'm wearing Lalique Pour Homme today and it's 'this'. It's this sort of smell, albeit this leans a bit more floral/light/citric and a tad formal. Where is a darker, more rugged version of this kind...
  52. Re: Letting Go: Fragrances you fell out of love with before buying a full bottle

    There are a few.

    Amber Absolute by Tom Ford would probably be the best example for me.

    It was one of the first niche or more expensive fragrances I tried and it blew me away. I couldn't believe...
  53. Re: What am I missing? Where have warm, 'ambery' masculine fragrances gone?

    I have a sample I've yet to try!



    That's the one that's been renamed, hasn't it? Or is this the renamed version? I've been trying to find it for well over a year because I think it was...
  54. Re: What am I missing? Where have warm, 'ambery' masculine fragrances gone?

    This looks great, thank you. I struggle with vetiver, unfortunately, but it looks exactly the kind of style I'm talking about.



    I wore the TF for a few years. Really like it, a good reference...
  55. Re: What am I missing? Where have warm, 'ambery' masculine fragrances gone?

    I think that's true. At the time of writing the OP I was just annoyed at having tried a number of samples and finding them so...poor...despite their promise. Through the replies it's definitely...
  56. Re: What am I missing? Where have warm, 'ambery' masculine fragrances gone?

    I think I've addressed this by now but you're misinterpreting the temporal concern.

    I mention vintage fragrances because that's most obviously when the kind of masculine scent I'm thinking of...
  57. Re: What am I missing? Where have warm, 'ambery' masculine fragrances gone?

    Fair point. I've written a lot by now and I think I've clarified, but I'll try to write something brief to hopefully qualify it better. This did start off as a rant, as I said, or just a kind of...
  58. Re: What am I missing? Where have warm, 'ambery' masculine fragrances gone?

    Boss's The Scent line is the only 'modern' designer fragrance I think truly fits both the visual style, the target market, and the general smell I'm thinking of. It's still quite sweet, quite simple,...
  59. Re: What am I missing? Where have warm, 'ambery' masculine fragrances gone?

    I definiely have a few Histoires de Parfums scents on me radar so will hopefully sample this soon. Their branding does seem to be akin to the kind of thing I'm thiking of. I'm not really after a...
  60. Re: What am I missing? Where have warm, 'ambery' masculine fragrances gone?

    My wardrobe is way off - I only own a small number of scents, but I don't list the scents I've tried/owned. I have it up to date on fragrantica though.

    These are probably more fougere-like or...
  61. Re: What am I missing? Where have warm, 'ambery' masculine fragrances gone?

    A decent option, but perhaps a tad too oriental than I'm probably looking for. I did persist with the original M7 for a while, though. I liked it. So a good suggestion, thanks. It's perhaps a sign of...
  62. Re: Aramis Tobacco Reserve Was Discontinued Quickly - Have Tobacco Focused Frags Run Their Course?

    Very true. I don't want to get overly wedded to the 'gentleman's club' idea as, for starters, we may all be speaking about a different sense/aroma/idea - but also, it's ab abstraction of the actual...
  63. Re: Recommendations morning office fragrances (Egoiste Platinum, Icon,Ck One Shock )

    I'd recommend a lovely, classical eau de cologne.

    Heeley's St Clements and Villoresi's Acqua di Colonia would be work fantastically.
  64. Re: Les Jeux Sont Faits by Jovoy Paris - Smells Like An Underground Gambling Den?

    No. I wouldn't go seeking this out for tobacco. There's rum, patchouli, amber, cumin, and perhaps a few other notes that are far more prominent.

    I wouldn't rule it out on that basis though. It's a...
  65. Re: Les Jeux Sont Faits by Jovoy Paris - Smells Like An Underground Gambling Den?

    It's definitely one of the best ambers I've tried, a really lovely chalky, non cloying sweet amber. As mentioned, it's got a fairly pungent cumin opening that to my nose veers animalic, but I like...
  66. Re: What do most (non-fraghead) women think of guys who collect perfumes?

    I couldn't have said it better.
  67. Re: Aramis Tobacco Reserve Was Discontinued Quickly - Have Tobacco Focused Frags Run Their Course?

    Fine by me.
  68. Re: What am I missing? Where have warm, 'ambery' masculine fragrances gone?

    I think there's perhaps been some reading too much in to what other people have written as my opinion rather than my opinion itself.

    I don't want something to smell like the 80s, or 70s, or...
  69. Re: Aramis Tobacco Reserve Was Discontinued Quickly - Have Tobacco Focused Frags Run Their Course?

    In perfectly demonstrating that there is also a clear lack of understanding, the following suggestions are miles off the mark:

    Jovoy Les Jeux Sont Fait - animalic spicy amber with a dark patchouli...
  70. Re: Aramis Tobacco Reserve Was Discontinued Quickly - Have Tobacco Focused Frags Run Their Course?

    I think we must have totally different ideas about tobacco, then, as they're not comparable. VW is a sweet citrus and clean musk scent with the most minimal of tobacco. Avant Garde has minimal citrus...
  71. Re: Aramis Tobacco Reserve Was Discontinued Quickly - Have Tobacco Focused Frags Run Their Course?

    That's probably true. I'm probably giving away my background tbh. I don't come from a world where admitting to liking fragrances other than for the sole purpose of attacting women - and therefore,...
  72. Re: What am I missing? Where have warm, 'ambery' masculine fragrances gone?

    Haha, I agree, definitely Tom Ford's best amber. I would have thought TF would be the brand to make this kind of scent and although he's come close, I'm not sure anything fits the bill, sadly. Which...
  73. Re: What am I missing? Where have warm, 'ambery' masculine fragrances gone?

    1. Haven't tried.
    2. Definitely not, a cold spicy wood.
    3. Thin, piney, sharp/harsh green woods. Nope.
    4. Close, not bad, Gucci Pour Homme makes a good reference point.



    I think I've...
  74. Re: What am I missing? Where have warm, 'ambery' masculine fragrances gone?

    Good, fair question.

    I'm thinking of scents that are fairly old that I came across when I was in my teens - old school aftershave/cologne scents like Yardley Gold or Roberre Noir.

    They smell...
  75. Re: What am I missing? Where have warm, 'ambery' masculine fragrances gone?

    I have. Not a bad fragrance, a bit more herbal and fougere-y than I'm thinking of. It's been the best part of 2 years since I smelled it, though, and I didn't have my sample for very long. I have a...
  76. Re: What am I missing? Where have warm, 'ambery' masculine fragrances gone?

    I have not. Reviews of the line seemed mixed and as they don't appear to have dropped in price, I wasn't in a rush to sample. I'll keep an eye out for it though.
  77. Re: What am I missing? Where have warm, 'ambery' masculine fragrances gone?

    Good question - access is the simple answer. I can't find a sample anywhere this side of the Atlantic, unfortunately. I'll keep an eye out, though.

    Fortitude fits well as discussed elsewhere. I...
  78. Re: What am I missing? Where have warm, 'ambery' masculine fragrances gone?

    Yeah, I've been discussing this elsewhere online and it definitely seems like losing sandalwood first of all was a major issue with the base for many of these fragrances. Likewise, oakmoss no doubt...
  79. Re: What am I missing? Where have warm, 'ambery' masculine fragrances gone?

    I've tried a few of these.

    Papillon: very underwhelming saffron fragrance with hints of incense and suede that dries down in to...nothingness. Overpriced, not good, mostly just the saffron...
  80. Re: Aramis Tobacco Reserve Was Discontinued Quickly - Have Tobacco Focused Frags Run Their Course?

    Oh, I don't mean intimidated by wearing - more by the whole 'world' of fragrance, of being able to describe it, knowing what they like etc. or what is deemed 'a good' fragrance or whatever. That's...
  81. Re: Aramis Tobacco Reserve Was Discontinued Quickly - Have Tobacco Focused Frags Run Their Course?

    I'd disagree there are 'a ton'. I think maybe that's how certain scents are branded but that's not how they are 'in reality'. Hence, for me, the difficulty in finding what I think I'm looking for -...
  82. Re: Aramis Tobacco Reserve Was Discontinued Quickly - Have Tobacco Focused Frags Run Their Course?

    I love the way Brooks describes Havana above - it sounds great - but without wanting to tread on any toes, I sadly don't get what he describes. I do get tobacco, although it arrives after about an...
  83. Re: Aramis Tobacco Reserve Was Discontinued Quickly - Have Tobacco Focused Frags Run Their Course?

    Yeah, it's odd there isn't quite the crossover. Although, I recently sort of 'discovered' the wet shaving 'community' (shavcomm? wetcomm? haha...) when looking for a new shaving brush - I've been...
  84. Re: Aramis Tobacco Reserve Was Discontinued Quickly - Have Tobacco Focused Frags Run Their Course?

    That's probably true about the branding part and how women would naturally avoid tobacco if it's front and centre in the name. I do, however, think there is a growing number of women who are enjoying...
  85. Re: Aramis Tobacco Reserve Was Discontinued Quickly - Have Tobacco Focused Frags Run Their Course?

    It's certainly that - it's also the reality that women are now more educated and earning more than men as well. They are a far bigger customer base in the western world, and not just because beauty...
  86. Re: Plum Japonais by Tom Ford apparently discontinued.

    Tbf, I'm not the one who's explicitly called it feminine, though there are two other posters who have done that above. I haven't worn it enough to make the claim about precisely where, on the 'gender...
  87. Re: What do most (non-fraghead) women think of guys who collect perfumes?

    I think this is a fair point, and maybe I'm judging this too much on youtubers, but one in the UK is a supermarket shelf stacker with a kid (minimum wage job, or a few pennies above), and has...
  88. Re: What do most (non-fraghead) women think of guys who collect perfumes?

    I totally agree that all those reasons are good ones to use and enjoy fragrance. There are many more reasons, too. However, that doesn't quite 'explain' owning a huge number of fragrances, right? You...
  89. Re: What do most (non-fraghead) women think of guys who collect perfumes?

    Good points. I think you've said it in less aggravating language than I could.
  90. Re: What do most (non-fraghead) women think of guys who collect perfumes?

    I'd basically echo the point above.

    I don't think a sophomoric use of dictionary definitions as some kind of 'gotcha' is sufficient for dealing with the nuance of the topic. Stamp collecting is a...
  91. Re: What do most (non-fraghead) women think of guys who collect perfumes?

    Oh, I mean something like the trade offs that any relationship naturally has through 'phony war' of bargaining; I'll accept you buying fragrances if you accept me buying shoes, for instance. Of...
  92. Re: What do most (non-fraghead) women think of guys who collect perfumes?

    I think your wife is one woman and, as mentioned above, no doubt any long term partner would tolerate it. That's the nature of a relationship as dedicated as a marriage, you forgive things in a...
  93. Re: What do most (non-fraghead) women think of guys who collect perfumes?

    Hmmm, I'm not so sure. I think under 15 is ok - my own 'warning signal' would starting ringing when I saw something around double figures tbh. I had one girl I was with comment on having about 10-15...
  94. Re: Plum Japonais by Tom Ford apparently discontinued.

    Ha - must be your skin chemistry, right? You're not allowed to call someone's favourite fragrances feminine...so, definitely skin chemistry or a broken nose.
  95. Re: Pick One Old School Masculine Fragrance As The Grail!

    Never.

    There's a weird cultural thing where 'old man' hasn't really fully progressed along cultural lines...basically, in spite of the baby boomers now all retiring (well, apart from those running...
  96. Re: Aramis Tobacco Reserve Was Discontinued Quickly - Have Tobacco Focused Frags Run Their Course?

    It's odd, though, isn't it?

    We live in an age where a large portion of middle class urbanised men dress almost exclusively in 'appropriated' styles of 'workwear'...lumberjack flannel shirts,...
  97. Re: Aramis Tobacco Reserve Was Discontinued Quickly - Have Tobacco Focused Frags Run Their Course?

    I have tried enough modern niche fragrances to confidently say that brands are not making scents according to what the public wants - for good or ill! So much of it is unwearable, self indulgent...
  98. Re: Plum Japonais by Tom Ford apparently discontinued.

    I wholeheartedly disagree, as do many other people, but please, let's not have THAT debate in yet another thread. There are enough specific threads where that can occur and, when engaged in...
  99. Re: Aramis Tobacco Reserve Was Discontinued Quickly - Have Tobacco Focused Frags Run Their Course?

    I wasn't impressed by Havana. Dated, soapy scent with a little bit of tobacco in the drydown. Fits exactly in the dichotomy I mentioned earlier: gloopy and sweet or dusty, dry and boring. Havana fits...
  100. Re: Pick One Old School Masculine Fragrance As The Grail!

    He's not the Messiah, he's a very naughty boy...

    Tbh I'd go with Aventus. Not a 'true' vintage of course, but it smells like it is.
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