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    Default Re: What is the one fragrance that, if given the chance, you'd force other fragheads to try?

    Marc-Antoine Barrois - Ganymede

    It's a great example of the art and craft of perfumery, as opposed to something that just naturally smells good. How can something be both airy and earthy? Smell like leather, new carpet, and apple eau de vie? Feel like the future while pressing painfully specific nostalgia buttons?

    This is slowly but steadily getting the recognition it deserves.

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    Mona di Orio Vanille. Even vanilla haters may like this one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ScentMemory View Post
    Marc-Antoine Barrois - Ganymede

    It's a great example of the art and craft of perfumery, as opposed to something that just naturally smells good. How can something be both airy and earthy? Smell like leather, new carpet, and apple eau de vie? Feel like the future while pressing painfully specific nostalgia buttons?

    This is slowly but steadily getting the recognition it deserves.
    It seems like it. I keep seeing Ganymede pop up on the threads. As such, it's at the top of my Try List.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cook.bot View Post
    I agree about the weak opening, but it's so brief that I don't care. I don't perceive the minerality that you do, but you're spot on about the leather accord and its soft durability. I am surprised, though, that you don't sense the plum skin and violets that are so prominent to me.

    My elevator pitch for it: picture your hand in a dove-gray kidskin glove. Place 4 violets and the skin of a plum in that hand. Make a tight fist and sniff the resulting goo.
    I don't doubt those notes --- I think this speaks to a general challenge I have with picking apart more modern scents. I find that their accords are more like viewing abstract impressionist paintings, where the picture is only clear as a zoomed out whole, and the viewer may never resolve a ton of detail. But they're still very enjoyable and rewarding, and open to the viewer's unique interpretation.

    Vintage or vintage-inspired scents are more like a detailed still life. Potentially very complex, but the discreet items pictured are separate and clear.

    So, yes, there's a bright tart sweetness (maybe the plum skins?) and a wisp of dry greenish powdery layer with the suede, which is likely violet (I think this may be the "mineralic" note I perceived). Also, I was mainly focused on the lovely suede/woods/dusty/papery aspect, to be honest. That was really nice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LiveJazz View Post
    I think this speaks to a general challenge I have with picking apart more modern scents. I find that their accords are more like viewing abstract impressionist paintings, where the picture is only clear as a zoomed out whole, and the viewer may never resolve a ton of detail. But they're still very enjoyable and rewarding, and open to the viewer's unique interpretation.

    Vintage or vintage-inspired scents are more like a detailed still life. Potentially very complex, but the discreet items pictured are separate and clear.
    Very eloquently expressed, as usual.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JON RODGERS View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Juxtapozbliss View Post
    Great thread idea!

    You pushed me to pick JUST ONE...so that makes it extra difficult to decide. I have quite a few fragrances that deserve more love, but if I had to push one for people to try I will pick Vlad Dracul from Sixteen92 not only because it's a great fragrance, but because I like to support this artisanal perfumer-run house.

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    None. I'm a guerrila pacifier.

    PS: while fighting I like to wear By Kilian Incense Oud.
    Just wore that last week- forgot how good it was!
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    Default Re: What is the one fragrance that, if given the chance, you'd force other fragheads to try?

    I would never force anyone to wear anything, but I might urge people to try any number of Abdes Salaam/Via del Profumo scents. If I had to pick one: Mecca Balsam.

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    I would encourage others to get their nose on Mancera Lemon Line, although of course, most won't fall in love with it like I have.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PStoller View Post
    I would never force anyone to wear anything,
    Basically me, although I used to champion Avon a lot when I first became active because BN tastes veered very luxury niche and bro compliment designer.

    Now the bros have found Fragrantica as their playground and the luxury scents have lost their luster thanks to discounters, so the tastes have veered very artisanal or really expensive antique vintage.

    In a nutshell, this population craves exclusivity, and there isn't a thing exclusive about Avon, so I gave up that cause and just roll around in it myself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RedRaider430 View Post
    Wow, Jon.....what an acquisition! Where in the world did you ever find that? Any idea when it was produced?

    BTW....do you use it or is it too rare to use? Is it a spray or a splash?
    It is a spray and is far too good not to use and enjoy
    Very fortunate to come across it just before the closing of an Ebay auction. Jumped in at the eleventh hour and managed to snag it for a very reasonable price.
    Not altogether sure when it originates from but i would guess early 80s.

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    Default Re: What is the one fragrance that, if given the chance, you'd force other fragheads to try?

    Quote Originally Posted by PStoller View Post
    I would never force anyone to wear anything, but I might urge people to try any number of Abdes Salaam/Via del Profumo scents. If I had to pick one: Mecca Balsam.
    This is such a beautiful perfume. I've been wanting to try additional perfumes from AbdesSalaam. What others do you like?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zealot Crusader View Post
    Basically me, although I used to champion Avon a lot when I first became active because BN tastes veered very luxury niche and bro compliment designer.

    Now the bros have found Fragrantica as their playground and the luxury scents have lost their luster thanks to discounters, so the tastes have veered very artisanal or really expensive antique vintage.

    In a nutshell, this population craves exclusivity, and there isn't a thing exclusive about Avon, so I gave up that cause and just roll around in it myself.
    Oh, trust me, you created a pretty decent group of Avon fans.

    Quote Originally Posted by HabibiGotIt View Post
    This is such a beautiful perfume. I've been wanting to try additional perfumes from AbdesSalaam. What others do you like?
    Following this question. I have sampled Patchouli Felix Attar, which is essentially just an aged patchouli oil (but very nice), and Samurai, a very straightforward citrus and grassy oakmoss/vetiver.

    So I tend to view the house as focused on simple, quality ingredients, presented in a very straightforward way. Is that correct?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zealot Crusader View Post
    Basically me, although I used to champion Avon a lot when I first became active because BN tastes veered very luxury niche and bro compliment designer.

    Now the bros have found Fragrantica as their playground and the luxury scents have lost their luster thanks to discounters, so the tastes have veered very artisanal or really expensive antique vintage.

    In a nutshell, this population craves exclusivity, and there isn't a thing exclusive about Avon, so I gave up that cause and just roll around in it myself.
    My thing with Avon is not price nor reputation, but the sheer amount of fragrances they have released and continue to put out. Additionally, some exist in different versions as they have been on the market for quite some time. Since they aren‘t widely discussed, it‘s even harder to get a gist on what to try. If you don‘t mind, is there anything you can warmly recommend, in the dry and/or leather camp, or in general?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zealot Crusader View Post
    Basically me, although I used to champion Avon a lot when I first became active because BN tastes veered very luxury niche and bro compliment designer.

    Now the bros have found Fragrantica as their playground and the luxury scents have lost their luster thanks to discounters, so the tastes have veered very artisanal or really expensive antique vintage.

    In a nutshell, this population craves exclusivity, and there isn't a thing exclusive about Avon, so I gave up that cause and just roll around in it myself.
    I'd love to know which unisex or "feminine" Avon scent(s) you'd recommend in particular.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ThVH View Post
    My thing with Avon is not price nor reputation, but the sheer amount of fragrances they have released and continue to put out. Additionally, some exist in different versions as they have been on the market for quite some time. Since they aren‘t widely discussed, it‘s even harder to get a gist on what to try. If you don‘t mind, is there anything you can warmly recommend, in the dry and/or leather camp, or in general?
    That is true. I leaned pretty heavily on Zealot's guidance in the Avon Sample Pass, as going through all the options is daunting.

    Two excellent leathers: Clint and Oland. As far as dry stuff, Blend 7 and Deep Woods are very nice. Deep Woods is one of my top comfort scents.

    I am curious about which more recent Avons are worth trying. I have sampled the well-liked Black Suede and didn't get along with it, but know I've just scratched the surface of options.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cook.bot View Post
    Also in the category of Shouting Into the Void: the new EDT version of Rochas Moustache ("Original 1949"), which I really like.
    Your lobbying for this has not been in vain. I snagged a bottle.

    My impression of this is that it is a brighter, more floral cousin of present-day Eau Sauvage EDT, made to the same-or-better quality standard. It is likely to be more polarizing to a contemporary audience due to the "vintage"/"unisex" floral bouquet rather than the more masculine herbal heart of Eau Sauvage. (I'm reminded a touch of Luciano Pavarotti for Men.)

    All in all, Roudnitska's influence is evident even if this doesn't quite reproduce his original creation. (I know you don't get as much of that rotten fruit thing going on as you do in the vintage, but I still pick it up as a subtle element here.)

    Justly commended and a very pleasant surprise.

    And the bottle design/build quality is superb.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brooks Otterlake View Post
    Your lobbying for this has not been in vain. I snagged a bottle.
    First LiveJazz and now you! I feel as vindicated as The Princess Bride.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HabibiGotIt View Post
    This is such a beautiful perfume. I've been wanting to try additional perfumes from AbdesSalaam. What others do you like?
    Oh, lots. I bought mignons of almost everything, save those based on gourmand notes. I still need to wear them more to assess them, but I haven’t disliked any, and my wife disliked only one (which I won’t name, because I don’t think that dislike is widely predictive). Other ones that have stuck in my head are the Oud Caravan series (loved all three) and Hindu Kush.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LiveJazz View Post
    That is true. I leaned pretty heavily on Zealot's guidance in the Avon Sample Pass, as going through all the options is daunting.

    Two excellent leathers: Clint and Oland. As far as dry stuff, Blend 7 and Deep Woods are very nice. Deep Woods is one of my top comfort scents.

    I am curious about which more recent Avons are worth trying. I have sampled the well-liked Black Suede and didn't get along with it, but know I've just scratched the surface of options.
    Thanks a lot for your recommendations, LiveJazz. Much appreciated. Are you talking about currently available versions? *searching the webs for Avons right now*
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    Quote Originally Posted by PStoller View Post
    Oh, lots. I bought mignons of almost everything, save those based on gourmand notes. I still need to wear them more to assess them, but I haven’t disliked any, and my wife disliked only one (which I won’t name, because I don’t think that dislike is widely predictive). Other ones that have stuck in my head are the Oud Caravan series (loved all three) and Hindu Kush.
    Thanks for the helpful response. ��

    Have you tried anything from the Amber series? I have my eyes on Amber Oud as I love amber and love oud. Also Oakmoss and something from the Oud Caravan series. Any thoughts on those?

    One concern I have about all LVdP fragrances is performance. I don't expect or want "beast mode", especially in a natural perfume, but even compared to other natural perfumes, Mecca Balsam performed very poorly. I hope that I am mistaken but I don't think the concentration of pure fragrance in their perfumes is more than about 5%. How do you judge the house's performance?

    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThVH View Post
    Thanks a lot for your recommendations, LiveJazz. Much appreciated. Are you talking about currently available versions? *searching the webs for Avons right now*
    Not sure if any of these exist as current productions. I doubt it.

    The nice thing about Avons, though, is that vintage bottles can be purchased for insanely low prices (at least in the USA), particularly if you're OK with their kitschy collectible decanters.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LiveJazz View Post
    Not sure if any of these exist as current productions. I doubt it.

    The nice thing about Avons, though, is that vintage bottles can be purchased for insanely low prices (at least in the USA), particularly if you're OK with their kitschy collectible decanters.
    I‘m okay with everything that smells good^^ Thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ThVH View Post
    I‘m okay with everything that smells good^^ Thanks!
    Oh, and since you asked about leather, or dry, or "in general" -

    Wild Country is the definitive classic masculine Avon. It's a musky-floral-dandy fougere. Super good old school musk used. Starblind would like it, too, I think.

    I have not smelled the current one (it is still made)...but again, vintage is so inexpensive you might as well just go with that. My bottle is a faux Coleman lantern, which I purchased for under $10 shipped. I think it's one of the better dandy styled fougeres (and musks) out there, price notwithstanding. But the price is certainly a bonus.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ThVH View Post
    My thing with Avon is not price nor reputation, but the sheer amount of fragrances they have released and continue to put out. Additionally, some exist in different versions as they have been on the market for quite some time. Since they aren‘t widely discussed, it‘s even harder to get a gist on what to try. If you don‘t mind, is there anything you can warmly recommend, in the dry and/or leather camp, or in general?
    Quote Originally Posted by LiveJazz View Post
    That is true. I leaned pretty heavily on Zealot's guidance in the Avon Sample Pass, as going through all the options is daunting.

    Two excellent leathers: Clint and Oland. As far as dry stuff, Blend 7 and Deep Woods are very nice. Deep Woods is one of my top comfort scents.

    I am curious about which more recent Avons are worth trying. I have sampled the well-liked Black Suede and didn't get along with it, but know I've just scratched the surface of options.
    Pick a decade and message me for best options, just don't go further back than the 60's unless you want to mainly test feminines.

    Quote Originally Posted by Starblind View Post
    I'd love to know which unisex or "feminine" Avon scent(s) you'd recommend in particular.
    Oh there are oodles of chypres from the 50's, 60's, and 70's to try. Outside amber, chypre was the other thing Avon was huge on making (I guess because oakmoss was plenty n cheap then), and they have some of the best floral chypres I've smelled. Message me if you want a list, or else this reply can get pretty long.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LiveJazz View Post
    Oh, and since you asked about leather, or dry, or "in general" -

    Wild Country is the definitive classic masculine Avon. It's a musky-floral-dandy fougere. Super good old school musk used. Starblind would like it, too, I think.

    I have not smelled the current one (it is still made)...but again, vintage is so inexpensive you might as well just go with that. My bottle is a faux Coleman lantern, which I purchased for under $10 shipped. I think it's one of the better dandy styled fougeres (and musks) out there, price notwithstanding. But the price is certainly a bonus.
    I see. This provides with a lot of options (:

    Quote Originally Posted by Zealot Crusader View Post
    Pick a decade and message me for best options, just don't go further back than the 60's unless you want to mainly test feminines.
    Will do. Thank you!
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    Quote Originally Posted by RedRaider430 View Post
    Wow, Jon.....what an acquisition! Where in the world did you ever find that? Any idea when it was produced?

    BTW....do you use it or is it too rare to use? Is it a spray or a splash?
    So..I don't think you can actually get this one anymore?? Not that I ever buy Creed..really expensive! lol..although, I like Green Irish Tweed,
    Just out of curiosity..are there any other fragrances that are kind of similar? At least one person on Fragrantica says New York by Parfums de Nicolai is kinda similar..I don't always trust those comparisons though..they're not always that close!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LadyDragonFire View Post
    So..I don't think you can actually get this one anymore?? Not that I ever buy Creed..really expensive! lol..although, I like Green Irish Tweed,
    Just out of curiosity..are there any other fragrances that are kind of similar? At least one person on Fragrantica says New York by Parfums de Nicolai is kinda similar..I don't always trust those comparisons though..they're not always that close!
    New York has no similarities to GIT. Nor does New York Intense.

    Cool Water, however, is similar and very inexpensive. Same perfumer (Pierre Bourdon) too.


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