Try Lalique's Encre Noir, Diptyque's Tam Dao.
Scent/Fragrance of the Day thread - Page 1582
Here are some suggestions:
Eau Lente by Diptyque--spicy, with a good bit of clove, and resiny.
Voyage d'Hermès--fresh citrusy opening, healthy dose of cardamom with a musky base.
Cologne by Etat Libre d'Orange--nothing fancy at all, just a pleasant, fresh cologne with a musky base. Very good longevity for a cologne.
And if you're willing to spend a bit over your limit, you should definitely try Musc Ravageur. This is a bit of a love-it-or-hate-it, but I think there's a decent chance you'd love it.
Why is there such a difference in price in Australia? It can't be just because of logistics.
I wear lots of Roja Dove, including some "semi bespokes" - his Vetiver is the only Vetiver I've actually used and liked btw!
I also like Andy Tauer, especially L'air de dessert Marrocain (which must be the most popular Niche scent) and I have a few Boadiceas, but generally Im not a big fan of that brand.
Love Chanel Egoiste.
I've used it for ~ 5 years now. Hard to find now and they have made a "platinum" version I am not a fan of. Original is is a very conservative masculine fragrance composed of spice, wood and vanilla notes. The top notes, intensive and fresh, include rosewood and coriander. Later on, the fragrance character becomes warmer and mysterious due to Bulgarian rose, carnation and warm cinnamon in its heart. The main theme of the composition (long and intensive woodsy trace) reaches its full expression in the lingering base composed of sandalwood, intensive vanilla and ambrette seeds.