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Testing Creed Silver Mountain Water today. Seems fairly undistinguished on me. Not full bottle worthy, I don't think.
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Cartier Declaration
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Today: Tuscan Leather.
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I have switched into Astor Place for the evening hours. Maybe I would have switched into Iquitos or Mr. Blass instead, but I do not own those. So I went with Astor Place, which I do own.
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Khaliji by Al Rehab. Nice citrus, cumin and cardamon based oud to beat the Dallas snow flurries.
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I finally got the chance to try Tango by Aftelier. The reviews of this online are absolutely effusive. In fact, they very much resemble the reviews that Genevieve writes about catnip on various cat-centered websites. I am obviously missing something. At the top, I wouldn't even recognize the smell as being a perfume if I hadn't just sprayed it on. It smells more like some kind of ointment. It does become much more pleasant as it dries down, and there really is a lot going on. There's a definite smoky note that isn't the typical smokiness of wood or incense. According to the notes, it's some kind of crushed sea shells. There are also notes that I experience as strongly herbal. (I think those are the ones that make it smell like an ointment to me.) And as it dries down further still, it becomes considerably more floral and sweet. I like that part better, but I don't feel anything like the elation that the online reviewers describe. I bought two samples of it, so I'll have a chance to try it some more.

FWIW, I enjoy Aftelier Wild Roses much more. It's a very, very earthy rose and patchouli scent that's fairly similar to MPG George Sand.

SOTD: Leather Oud.
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I really like George Sand - it reminds me a lot of Oscar de la Renta Pour Lui, and it's because of how the patchouli is presented.
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Today: Silver Mountain Water - I needed something fresher today because of the cold, actually. Strange how my mind works because I was debating between this and Bois des Iles. confused.gif
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Allure pour homme Édition Blanche de Chanel
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Tabac Blond
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Sample of the Day is Creed Aventus. Got a huge burst of pineapple when I opened this, but it's settled down to a kind of peppery fruit. The price they charge for this here ($310/120ml) it better be raining women by the end of the day.
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SOTD: Timbuktu today.
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Originally Posted by California Dreamer View Post

Sample of the Day is Creed Aventus. Got a huge burst of pineapple when I opened this, but it's settled down to a kind of peppery fruit. The price they charge for this here ($310/120ml) it better be raining women by the end of the day.

Or men!!!! (where the fuck is Rach, anyway???)
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Or men!!!! (where the fuck is Rach, anyway???)

Somewhere on Lake Como, being sexxed up by older Italian gentlemen.
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Come on guys acts of gay are false morals of which should not be permoted on the website of Style Fury, puts a wrong idea in the mind and gets people to thinking.
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