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post #31 of 56
I love the scent of raw tobacco(unlit cigarettes) and cigars. Is there a tabacco fragrance that can indulge my olfactory senses? Oh, I purchased a decant of Tea for Two from one of the members on basenotes. I can't wait to test it out!
post #32 of 56
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Originally Posted by WalkmanX
I love the scent of raw tobacco(unlit cigarettes) and cigars. Is there a tabacco fragrance that can indulge my olfactory senses? Oh, I purchased a decant of Tea for Two from one of the members on basenotes. I can't wait to test it out!
Creed Taborme and Bois de Portugal Versace Dreamer L'Eau d Issey Miyake also Ralph Lauren Purple Label as well I'm sure there are others i'm not thinking of.
post #33 of 56
Daily: Issey Miyake original

Occasionally in eve: Paul Smith Extreme

others I've used over the years that I liked...
-Paul Smith original
-Lacoste silver cap
-Paul Stuart
post #34 of 56
Frederic Malle - Angéliques suis la pluie by Jean-Claude Ellena
post #35 of 56
At the moment I'm rocking Gucci Pour Homme pretty exclusively. Used to have Givenchy Pour Homme, but whether it's gone off, or my tastes have matured, I can't stand it anymore.

Thinking about one of Annick Goutal Eau D'Hadrien or Dior Homme for soemthing lighter. They are both quite sweet, though...
post #36 of 56
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Originally Posted by The False Prophet
At the moment I'm rocking Gucci Pour Homme pretty exclusively. Used to have Givenchy Pour Homme, but whether it's gone off, or my tastes have matured, I can't stand it anymore.

Thinking about one of Annick Goutal Eau D'Hadrien or Dior Homme for soemthing lighter. They are both quite sweet, though...

That's a pretty warm fragrance, I use Santal Noble instead of htat.
post #37 of 56
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Originally Posted by drizzt3117
That's a pretty warm fragrance, I use Santal Noble instead of htat.


I didn't know Annick Goutal makes men's perfume. I always by Petite Cherie for my wife, but never seen the men's. It makes sense though.
post #38 of 56
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Originally Posted by faust
I didn't know Annick Goutal makes men's perfume. I always by Petite Cherie for my wife, but never seen the men's. It makes sense though.

Annick Goutal does make men's fragrances, but Santal Noble is by MPG.
post #39 of 56
right now I'm still pretty much only using my RLPL...love the tobacco and leather scents in it
post #40 of 56
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Originally Posted by WalkmanX
I love the scent of raw tobacco(unlit cigarettes) and cigars. Is there a tabacco fragrance that can indulge my olfactory senses?

in addition to the aforementioend tobaccos, look into the (overly popular) Dolce & Gabbana pour Homme, or its cheapo knock-off Claiborne Realities. Also Dunhill (2003) is similar, but more musky and smooth. or try this: http://community.basenotes.net/showt...light=fueilles

For my money, though, the very best is Miller Harris Fuellis de Tabac.
see: http://www.basenotes.net/ID26123267.html
Hope you like that Tea for Two
post #41 of 56
Great thread.

Daily I use cycle b/w dior homme, kiton and allure depending on my mood, the colors I'm wearing, weather and whether it's evening or daytime.

My go to's are bvlgaris at the moment.
post #42 of 56
I'm just getting into scents. Now wearing CdG Guerilla 2 though it seems to be quite unpopular on Basenotes.
post #43 of 56
Hey Joel, I love Tea for Two, it will be a delight durning cooler summer evenings and autumn afternoons, thanks! I'll definitely look in to those tabacco scents
post #44 of 56
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Originally Posted by drizzt3117
Annick Goutal does make men's fragrances, but Santal Noble is by MPG.

That stuff sounds ridiculously good. I have no idea where I'd get it in Australia though...and I'm reluctant to buy sight unseen (or scent unsmelled, as it were)
post #45 of 56
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Originally Posted by The False Prophet
That stuff sounds ridiculously good. I have no idea where I'd get it in Australia though...and I'm reluctant to buy sight unseen (or scent unsmelled, as it were)


you should join Basenotes, there are plenty of Australian members, many of whom would be happy to send you a sample.
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