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  1. #21

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    My current selection is:

    * Acqua di Parma for nice light citrusy freshness.
    * Penhaligon's 1870 for a slightly more woody feel during the darker months.

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    Tom Ford Noir

    It's the only one I use at the moment, really love it and it's the only really decent one I have as of now.

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    YSL L'Homme ... it smells great, projects well and isn't overly expensive. The intense variant smells great but is too strong for me and the Nuit version has a nice but strong cardamom scent.

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    Surely Fierce by Abercrombie deserves a mention....

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    Quote Originally Posted by bowball View Post
    My current selection is:

    * Acqua di Parma for nice light citrusy freshness.
    Nice. Although a bit too feminine for me. Tried the newest one the other day from John Lewis. A great alternative to Issey Miyake

    Quote Originally Posted by Mysterio View Post
    Surely Fierce by Abercrombie deserves a mention....
    A bit synthetic is all. Don't get me started on the look of the bottle..

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    Blenheim Bouquet and Quercus by Penhaligon. Received as gifts, have enjoyed them but used only twice each. Not repelling the person with me is as positive a remark as I can make! Definitely going to delve further into their range in future.

    Normally use Creed Irish Tweed. Not much more needs to be said about that scent.

    As as a generally beater fragrance I am still fond of Cool Water. That and Guerlain Vetiver, Terre D'Hermes or the smell of a fried breakfast. Love a fried breakfast.

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    Creed Aventus - The greatest scent of all time in my opinion
    YSL La Nuit De L'homme
    Mancera Cedrat Boise
    Tom Ford Tuscan Leather
    Creed Milliseme Imperial

    They are my my favourite 5 out of all the ones I own, i'm a bit of a fragrance fanatic haha

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    I'm not generally a scent'y kinda guy, but if I do, it's D&G Light Blue. Citrusy and fresh smellin'.
    Plus I got a stack of bottles of 'em from an ex who got them from work on promo at the time!
    (and by a stack, I mean 3)

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    Normal go to is One Million Paco Rabanne - Girls seem to love it at uni
    I used to wear Armani Code - Nights out mainly (more sophisticated scent about it)
    Paul Smith - Paul Smith - when I am just having a lazy day at home, or are going shopping or something (mainly in the summer)

    Want to get Paul Gautier - Le Male as it seems to be really long lasting and has a great scent to boot

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    At the moment I've got:

    Tom Ford Noir
    Guerlain Vetiver
    Dior Eau Sauvage
    D'Orsay Le Dandy
    Creed Green Irish Tweed
    Acqua Di Parma Colonia Intensa
    Czech & Speake Neroli

    I'm a firm believer that different scents are suited to different seasons, occasions and times of the day, and I think my collection covers me for all these eventualities. My all-time favourite is Green Irish Tweed, though I'm really liking Eau Sauvage at the moment.

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