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    SOTE: Green Water by Jacques Fath


    This bottle is very rare, isn't it ?

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    SOTE in synch



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    Quote Originally Posted by aero58 View Post
    Continuing with Guerlain, and today it's Jicky EdP (current version). I also have a sample of vintage Jicky EdT that I have on one arm for comparison. I like this current EdP better. I use to have a sample of vintage extrait, and that was THE best; alas, it's all used up.

    A wonderful choice. You can never go wrong with Jicky EDP, and while I never tried the vintage so maybe it's true I don't find it watered down in smell. Thankfully the new bottles have the same fragrance formula in them, although you'll only get 75ml. I do like the new bottles more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aero58 View Post
    Continuing with Guerlain, and today it's Jicky EdP (current version). I also have a sample of vintage Jicky EdT that I have on one arm for comparison. I like this current EdP better. I use to have a sample of vintage extrait, and that was THE best; alas, it's all used up.
    You have to try the PDT concentration at some point, I think you'll find it enjoyable if you liked the extrait.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jean-Sté View Post
    This bottle is very rare, isn't it ?
    Yes, I guess.
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    This morning, I threw on Tom Ford Neroli Portofino for the Friday “Mediterranean” sync. This evening, I decided I could do better with Le Galion’s answer to Eau Sauvage—and a magnificent chypre in its own right—Eau Noble. After all, last I checked, Cyprus was in the Mediterranean.
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    15th day of Creed Green Irish Tweed
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    Quote Originally Posted by PStoller View Post
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    I decided I could do better with Le Galion’s Eau Noble.
    I remember that bottle from the early 70s!
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    Quote Originally Posted by hednic View Post
    I remember that bottle from the early 70s!
    I'll bet. I got a vintage sample from LiveJazz that I liked so much, I plunked down for this 450ml sealed bottle. This is my first time cracking it open.
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    Macassar, Rochas. 1980. Nicolas Mamounas & Roger Pellegrino.

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    EDIT I thought I've had detected civet in Macassar, but there isn't any. What could it be ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PStoller View Post
    I'll bet. I got a vintage sample from LiveJazz that I liked so much, I plunked down for this 450ml sealed bottle. This is my first time cracking it open.
    Great bottle and just the right amount! I have a 450ml of Eau Sauvage myself.
    How do you compare this to other citrus chypres? Like Monsieur de Givenchy and Eau Sauvage for example
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    Windsor

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    Agua Brava - my favorite pine!

    The specific one I'm wearing today is a funny little release for the German market from the 80's. Hint: these 25 ml's can be found on German eBay for 4,50 euros apiece (even cheaper if you buy several). I bought four and it smells GREAT. This is the most intense AB formulation I have.

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    Nice! I may just reach for this one tomorrow

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    ARMANI CODE SPORT

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    Quote Originally Posted by motorcade View Post
    Agua Brava - my favorite pine!

    The specific one I'm wearing today is a funny little release for the German market from the 80's. Hint: these 25 ml's can be found on German eBay for 4,50 euros apiece (even cheaper if you buy several). I bought four and it smells GREAT. This is the most intense AB formulation I have.

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    Thanks for the info, Motorcade !

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    Default Re: Your Vintage Scent of the Day (SOTD)

    I'm afraid to translate the text on that bottle. It looks like it would mean "mucous spit - bronchial secretions".


    Quote Originally Posted by motorcade View Post
    Agua Brava - my favorite pine!
    The specific one I'm wearing today is a funny little release for the German market from the 80's. Hint: these 25 ml's can be found on German eBay for 4,50 euros apiece (even cheaper if you buy several). I bought four and it smells GREAT. This is the most intense AB formulation I have.

    s-l1600.jpg

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    After testing a pathetic, puny little Jo Malone scent this morning that was (thankfully) gone in 40 minutes, I needed to break out something for real She-Women (or for He-Men who like Aramis 900):

    Aromatics Elixir (1971) by Bernard Chant for Estee Lauder/Clinique


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    Quote Originally Posted by Cook.bot View Post
    I'm afraid to translate the text on that bottle. It looks like it would mean "mucous spit - bronchial secretions".
    Exactly! This feels like a Monty Python Edition. For fun factor, the "branding" on this surpasses even the infamous Jovan Sex Appeal.

    The backside of the box reads "Mit freundlicher Empfehlung - Atmos Arzneimittel"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cook.bot View Post
    After testing a pathetic, puny little Jo Malone scent this morning that was (thankfully) gone in 40 minutes, I needed to break out something for real She-Women:

    Aromatics Elixir (1971) by Bernard Chant for Estee Lauder/Clinique

    The great Bernard Chant !

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    Quote Originally Posted by motorcade View Post
    The backside of the box reads "Mit freundlicher Empfehlung - Atmos Arzneimittel"
    So... Agua Brava is actually medicine?

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    Quote Originally Posted by motorcade View Post
    Agua Brava - my favorite pine!

    The specific one I'm wearing today is a funny little release for the German market from the 80's. Hint: these 25 ml's can be found on German eBay for 4,50 euros apiece (even cheaper if you buy several). I bought four and it smells GREAT. This is the most intense AB formulation I have.

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    nice! I like to buy some also, thanks for the heads up

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    The great Bernard Chant !
    All hail.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cook.bot View Post
    After testing a pathetic, puny little Jo Malone scent this morning that was (thankfully) gone in 40 minutes, I needed to break out something for real She-Women (or for He-Men who like Aramis 900):

    Aromatics Elixir (1971) by Bernard Chant for Estee Lauder/Clinique

    I think I'll join you! Celebrating the She-Woman in me!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cevenol View Post
    Great bottle and just the right amount! I have a 450ml of Eau Sauvage myself.
    How do you compare this to other citrus chypres? Like Monsieur de Givenchy and Eau Sauvage for example
    I have a large sealed 30 Hoche bottle of Eau Sauvage, too. Some day I’ll have to do a head-to-head (or is that hedione-to-hedione?). Indirectly, Eau Noble compares favorably to Eau Sauvage. I’ll have to wear M. de G. again to place it against the others.
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    I think I'll join you! Celebrating the She-Woman in me!
    Attaboy!




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