- Jun 6, 2016
I think Sandalo by Lorenzo Villoresi suits your description perfectly. Also, Egoiste if you haven’t tried that one yet.
I'd throw in Bentley for Men Absolute too
Since Gucci Pour Homme I is a bit difficult to find, and the Bentley attempts are not a substitute (I agree with the other posters, these turn a bit 'plastic-y' quite quickly).
Sample first would be my suggestion
Gucci Pour Homme is a wonderful woodsy scent
Thanks. Also have Gucci Pour Homme and Santal 33 on the way which, although not really the earthy-woody scent I'm after, might have some wood notes I like, so it's good to narrow it down this way even when not getting the exact thing. Already know I like the Mahogany in Bowmakers.
Just hoping for that earthy, deep, dark wood fragrance to round it all off. Incense is fine, but ideally want to keep away from spice and any sort of citrus or fruit. Nothing's really hit the mark just yet.
Norne by Slumberhouse: If you can find some.
Blood Cedar: by Heretic Parfums
Falling Trees by Regime des Fleurs
Fume by Hendley
Arso by Profumum
Thanks, really like the look of these.
Do you have any recommendations for 'wet woods' in the way that these come across as quite 'dry woods' by the basis of reviews?