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    I am not fragrance guru as some of the other posters are but I have been told by several that Lilac Vegetal smells super manly. I personally think Vetiver is a very manly scent.

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    There are many roads to Rome paved with the stones you seek, my friend. I'll suggest another: Musgo Real - the classic scent from 1920.

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    If you're diggin' leather and tobacco, you can't go wrong with Tom Ford Tuscan Leather
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    I find most Colognes to sweet and some very feminine. I go with St. Charles Shave Dagger Cologne. Very Masculine and a great price. The Dagger A/S splash and the Lime Splash are also very nice. The St. Charles sandalwood Balm and the Aspect Balm are good products. Their new website should be up and running by mid July.
    "He who shaves with dull razor is embraced by Goddess of Fire" !!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by maxman View Post
    Al Pacino wore Bay Rum in "Scent of a Woman"
    He's pretty manly.
    That's what my father wore. He was manly.

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    Trumper's Eucris, the old civet-heavy version of Gevenchy Gentleman, Etro Vetiver are quite punchy as are several others mentioned in this thread.
    Rick

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    There are scents that are reminiscent of "Leather", "Cedar", or "Tobacco".
    I also appreciate that some just don't care for any floral or musk type scents, but...

    There is no such thing as a "Manly" scent. A man can wear whatever scent he chooses, and by wearing it, demonstrate it to be a "Manly" scent.
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    Quote Originally Posted by attime6 View Post
    Anything sandalwood IMO.
    Some sandlewoods seem floral to me. But AOS Sandlewood is very manly!! Garrys sample shop in the vendor section has samples, i tried the sample and then bought a bottle i like it,to each his own
    Toby

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    Can't believe nobody suggested sex panther
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