Today I wore a scent called Santal Blush by Tom Ford. It's a warm, creamy sandalwood with a little bit of dirty spice (caraway) and a touch of floral sweetness. But mainly it's just a creamy sandalwood.
So I was reminiscing today and remembered a scent that I loved back in high school and low and behold it is still made. Anyone else try it? I wonder if it is still as good as I remember. I recall it being like $10 and was a steal as a poor high school kid.
Hyde Park by Hugh Parsons today. This is rapidly becoming a Spring favourite for me, with a big blast of green to kick-start a sunny morning. I think it's easily the best of the HP line that I've tried.
today I felt green and smokey, so went with Amouage Memoir which since the moment I first wore it I've loved every time. It's not overly complex but it does wear really nicely. Good solid scent IMO. Pretty sure I'll keep this bottle in the collection.
New Haarlem isn't especially complex or sophisticated, but it just smells fantastic. It's one of the few scents I really like from Bond No. 9. (It also helped me get into a relationship once with a lady who was like "you smell great!")
EDIT: My SOTE is one of my other favorite Bonds: Chinatown. Edited by L'Incandescent - 10/28/15 at 8:15pm
Another Vetiver today: Vetiver Fatal. Not a patch on the Malle, and I don't really get a lot of vetiver off it, but it still has a nice balanced composition and manages to last a while for a cologne. It has a vague, sweetish drydown that is all a bit meh, really.
SOTD is Creed Green Irish Tweed. This is probably the scent on which I have had the biggest change of opinion. Many years ago, I thought it was boring. Now I think it's the quintessential gentleman's scent that I will never be without. (And I won't, courtesy of a 4 oz. bottle from FragranceNet.)