Tried womanity today that is too fem for me powdery. I don't mind feminine scents, but that one I think something Uncontrol would wear. Alien was a nice scent though. I m still trying to find a place that carries Etat Libre d'Orange other than perfumecourt so I can just take a whiff. However, I still keep coming back to my favorite of vanilla. Not too fond of looked upon here nor on basenotes looks like vetiver, woods.etc are more popular. But I dunno, vanilla always favored me, I like gourmand candle like heavy scents (with some citrus) it always identified with me. My brothers and fathers are more the musk and vetiver and ocean and woods and leathers. I always was the fruity and vanilla. Hemes elixir desM , mandorlo di sicilia, etc and the one cologne I had during college I don't recall what the name was but it was a woman's perfume that I dabbed on occasionally that was vanilla. Sho - vanilla is a really really popular base in a number of scents. Nearly everything Guerlain put out from 1889-1980's has a big vanilla base, and even now it still figures prominently. Alternatively you could try any number of scents by Maurice Roucel, such as Rochas Man or Missoni: he does a great job with warm/fresh/spicy gourmandy scents. ... today: Tabac Original EdC - an old-man fougere with a lot of floral-powdery notes. I still like it, though.