What is the absolute panty dropper fragrance?

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Basenotes Junkie
Nov 6, 2013
Just gotta have good game. You should be able to pull with no fragrance before you can make one actually help.

If it's a self-confidence thing, just find something that gives you that lift.
Aug 25, 2015
Yeah there's no such thing as a panty dropper fragrance. While smelling good helps, you actually need to talk to women with confidence to have success. If you're looking for compliment getters I would check the thread near the top with a ton of pages on the most complimented fragrances.


Basenotes Institution
Oct 29, 2012
To the OP, if you're wondering about the replies you are getting it's because the use of that term is considered offensive and puerile here. I know it gets used by YouTube reviewers and on other sites but it's use is discouraged here out of respect. You can say the same thing without the crude and lazy expression you used. Anyway, do a search and plenty should come up.

In case you didn't notice there's a huge stickied thread at the top where people list their most complimented scents. I think that's basically what you are looking for. It also contains fist bump worthy tales of wooing ladies thanks to their scents.


Basenotes Institution
Jan 21, 2011
Guys, how about you all stop giving him a hard time and just give some useful recommendations. 'kay?

To the OP. What your'e looking for are any of the following, guaranteed panty dropper scents (they don't even drop really, they just vanish into thin air):

Yatagan by Caron

Muscs Koublai Khan by Serge Lutens

Leather Oud by Dior

Secretions Magnifique--This is a controversial scent, but mainly because it makes the panties just fly off. I think men are paranoid that their wives/girlfriends may encounter another man wearing Secretions Magnifique and cheat on them. Don't believe the hate. It works.


Political correctness will be the reason behind BN members bashing you: they consider the term "panty dropper" insulting and derogatory. Unless you take the term with a spoonful of humor, that is. After all, women can refer to "the ultimate sweet daddy perfume", or any other term that would portrait men as sexual idiots - that would not offend me at all.
As to your question... I cannot venture one. I do for sure tell you the ultimate scent for the gold chain - open silk shirt - hair in chest - sunglasses - gold ring - convertible - porn / bimbo gals and California palm trees kind of guy: Joop! and / or Bogart's One Man Show Golden Edition.
A*Men is too metrosexual and JPG too effete, One Million too young and any CK too androginous.


Super Member
May 20, 2015
I haven't yet caused anyone's panties to drop with my fragrance. There isn't an ultimate panty dropper, it's more the case of being attractive to a girl and to be confident, a fragrance can mean nothing without that. I don't come across as sociable or confident so no matter what fragrance I wear, people most likely won't be impressed as it's all about your general image and behaviour.


Basenotes Plus
Jan 19, 2013
Political correctness will be the reason behind BN members bashing you: they consider the term "panty dropper" insulting and derogatory. Unless you take the term with a spoonful of humor, that is.

Not political correctness at all -- just simple respect for women, many of whom use Basenotes and probably don't appreciate being labelled as objects of conquest. Here's a message from the site's owner on the topic, so if you're not happy with the rules, feel free to take it up with him: http://www.basenotes.net/threads/392882-A-note-on-respect-and-civility

OP: Welcome to Basenotes. We're pretty lax with the language around these parts, but we do ask that all members of the site be treated with respect -- and that means no sexist language (meaning language that implies that women's bodies should be something that wearing perfume can attain), racism, or homophobia. The site owner made a statement about this not too long ago (see the above link), so feel free to give it a read and let us know if you have any questions. Cheers!
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