Okay, here goes: 1. Bond no. 9 Riverside Drive: It's created by Maurice Roucel, of whom you have a few in your wardrobe (Musc ravageur). As well, it's very clean, crisp, but deep... with a pepper note (which might connect to your liking of Poivre/pepper). 2. Tom Ford White Patchouli: I'm recommending this one to everybody now. If you like deepier, patchouli scents with an interesting rose/floral note... you'll love it. It seems like it would blend with what you have now and give you something a little unexpected. Number 3, I can't decide. You should try the following and pick from them: 3. L'artisan Parfumeur Dzongkha: Beautiful incense, smokey, smell-like-a-Tibetan-Monastery scent... mountains and all. 3B. Lubin Idole: Boozy, dark, deep, rich, quite wonderful. And, for the consumer/packaging whore in you... one of the best bottle designs ever. 3C. A Montale Aoud. It seems your collection is missing one of these; if you want something a little fresher, Aoud Limes. Something deep/dark, Aoud Black. A good overall mix, Aoud White. Aoud Red is good, too, though I never had a full bottle of that one. 3D. L'artisan Parfumeur Mechant Loup: Sweet, but woody... not quite as dangerous as the name suggests ("big bad wolf") but a very easy to wear, but not "boring" masculine scent. 3E. Jo Malone Pomegranate Noir: Pomegranate note, but not girlish or sweet. Amazingly dark and kinda brooding. If you want a straight-up pepper scent that will change your perception of pepper (and be different from the Poivre Samarcande), try L'artisan Parfumeur Poivre Piquant. It's pepper... and milk & honey. Very unique... not wearable in all situations or weathers... but nice. Nice list! I'll have to try White Patchouli by Ford. I dont think I have smelled that one. Have you tried Dans Tes Bras by Maurice Roucel for Frederic Malle? I went to Barney's yesterday and sprayed lightly on top of my hand. I actually like it, but I'm drawn to woody orientals these days.