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Today, I answer one of your many questions and present my current fragrance collection which I’m excited to share with you.

My perfume collection has gone through many changes during the years, and believe it or not, I never had more than 30 bottles in my possession at any given time.

If I had to give an estimate of how many bottles went through my hands, it would be somewhere above 200, and now, I’m down to 14 which I plan to downsize to holy grail ten.

I love to think about myself as a perfume minimalist collector if you can call anyone something like that. The issue here is obvious. I review perfume, and new things have to be acquired from time to time.

So, what I do is try to control my fragrance buying obsession as much as possible and only buy the best fragrances out there which I share with you. Well, kinda.

They cannot be all holy grail scents, and to give you much-needed information on what’s good or not, I have to try out as much as I can, or better said, as much as my wallet gives room to breathe.

I’ll do my best to update this fragrance collection article every six months so that you can always know which fragrances I plan to review next.

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How Has My Fragrance Collection Changed

I love the news section of the Scent Grail website which was, funnily enough, the last category I have added to the blog.

I have created this miscellaneous category so that I can pour my heart and soul of this fragrance hobby into written words somewhere this kind of article would fit perfectly, without worrying about all these search engine metrics.

Heck, talking about my love for perfume where I could talk freely about everything and anything fragrance-related is the main reason this blog exists.

My fragrance collection started small, and somewhere around 2013 – 2014, I had a couple of perfumes that were big at the time, and all the YouTube fragrance reviewers raved about them.

Joop Homme, Boss Bottled, A*Men, and Jean Paul Gaultier Le Male. You name it. I had them all, and they inspired me to search, and explore more.

Now, when I look back at the golden days of the fragrance community, I still regret getting rid of some of the fantastic discontinued gems such as Jean-Paul Gaultier Kokorico, Viktor&Rolf Antidote, Dior Homme Sport 2008, and more.

Nonetheless, I am still proud of where I am now with my fragrance hobby, and where it’s going. No longer do I crave for every new release or “hidden gem” that I have to have “right now“.

Even though I’m currently in a phase of wearing more mass-pleasing scents due to the nature of my job, I have to agree with the majority and the saying how the perfume industry had become unoriginal all together.

Well, I agree partly since if you search enough, you can always find fantastic perfume still waiting to be discovered. It is the same thing with the music of today.

FOUR EVENTS AND TIMELINES OF MY FRAGRANCE COLLECTION JOURNEY:

  • 2006 – 2012: the early days of collection when I was not yet fully into fragrance collecting and was easily influenced by everything. Hugo Boss Bottled, Dolce & Gabbana The One, and Hugo Boss Bottled Night are what I enjoyed then.
  • 2012 – 2016: this period was the most most important to me, and during those four years I have learned so many things about perfumery that I wonder why I haven’t started this website earlier. It is also the period of finding my biggest perfumes loves – Frederic Malle Musc Ravageur, Tom Ford’s Tobacco Vanille, and Tom Ford’s Tuscan Leather. These three are still the perfumes that set the standard for everything else for me.
  • 2016 – 2018: the decline of interest, burnout, and rediscovery. By the end of 2016, I was completely burned out on perfumery, reviews, and trying out new fragrances. I guess it’s just the natural way of enjoying something and moving on to something better. The burnout went so far that I almost sold every perfume I had, including Chanel Antaeus, Chanel Egoiste, Mancera Cedrat Boise, and Creed Green Irish Tweed. After I have returned back from Ireland to Croatia, I slowly rediscovered my love for perfumery, and the rest is history.
  • 2018 – onwards: it may seem strange, but now, I do enjoy mass-pleasing scents more than ever. I have done a 360-degree turnaround about what should we like, and what should we enjoy. I’m enjoying to the fullest what’s great and popular now so that I don’t regret it one day when most of these future classics become unrecognizable by reformulations in a decade or so. I still enjoy a great niche, but it takes something special for me to buy a full bottle of 200+ bucks.

If there was one thing I would like for you to take from this article and use it as your personal guidance, that would be – take your time with perfume, the rest of the world can wait.

My Perfume Collection: The List

Here we go. Your questions answered, and hopefully, you get positively surprised. No one needs a collection of 100+ fragrances to enjoy this hobby, nor do they have to be expensive.

I found this Epictetus quote quite inspiring:

He is a wise man who does not grieve for the things which he has not, but rejoices for those which he has.

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I have a mix and match of great affordable perfumes and expensive holy grail scents. If I can do it, so can you. Let’s begin.

1. Frédéric Malle Musc Ravageur

What do I think about Musc Ravageur: Maurice Roucel’s masterpiece is my favorite perfume of all time since 2014. It belongs to my favorite fragrance family, which is spicy oriental.

I get cloves, cinnamon, oranges, and vanilla wrapped into a gently dirty musk undertone. When it comes to projection, the far vanillic dry down is noticeable even after a good 24 hours, and I have recently drawn a comparison to the similar vanillic musky dry down of Caron Pour Un Homme De Caron.

In the current formulation, Musc Ravageur is more gourmand than musky perfume, so there’s no fear of you smelling like “urine”.

Lush and spectacular. Even if you only have a modest interest in perfumery, please don’t leave this planet before trying out Musc Ravageur. Especially if you like Shalimar. A modern oriental that is here to stay.

Read the full review here.

  • Perfumer: Maurice Roucel
  • Perfume Oil Concentration: Eau de Parfum
  • Fragrance Type: Spicy Oriental
  • Release Date: 2000
  • Most dominant notes: Vanilla, Cloves, and Musk
  • Age Group: 30+
  • Seasons: Fall and Winter
  • Occasions: Festive and Romantic
  • Longevity and Sillage: 8 – 12 hours with great projection
  • Uniqueness: 5/5
  • Value for money: 10/10
  • Perfume Color Palette: Red, Light Yellow, Light Brown
  • Holy Grail Scent Rating: A+

2. Tom Ford Tobacco Vanille

What do I think about Tobacco Vanille: I finally have it since last Friday. I finally have Tobacco Vanille in my collection, and the 2020 formulation is just as good as I remember it to be. Who cares if it lost just a little bit of longevity. It is still one of the best perfumes ever made.

It is what I imagine gentleman’s clubs looking and smelling like back in the 70s with leather chairs, a pool table in the middle of the room, expensive whiskey, and top-notch Cuban cigars smelling like.

Just like Musc Ravageur, Tobacco Vanille reminds me of the festive season, warm pastry, cooked wine, and Christmas fairs in my hometown. Those who believe that only natural ingredients smell the best, go and smell some of Tom Ford’s offerings from the Private Blend collection such as Oud Wood, Tobacco Vanille, or Tuscan Leather, and come back to comment do you still believe that.

I’m yet to find a person that dislikes Tobacco Vanille. This perfume was a long-awaited gift from my brother to me. Also, even though it is labeled as a unisex perfume, in my opinion, it leans more to the masculine side.

  • Perfumer: Olivier Gillotin
  • Perfume Oil Concentration: Eau de Parfum
  • Fragrance Type: Oriental Woody
  • Release Date: 2007
  • Most dominant notes: Dried Fruits, Tobacco, and Vanilla
  • Age Group: 30+
  • Seasons: Fall and Winter
  • Occasions: Festive and Romantic
  • Longevity and Sillage: 15+ hours with great projection
  • Uniqueness: 5/5
  • Value for money: 10/10
  • Perfume Color Palette: Yellow, Red, Brown
  • Holy Grail Scent Rating: A+

3. Tom Ford Ombre Leather

What do I think about Ombre Leather: I remember vividly during my last year’s summer vacation trip to Zadar and smelling Ombre Leather for the first time. At that time, I have opted to do Scent Grail as a website, and not a fragrance YouTube channel.

As soon as I sprayed this perfume on my hand, my first reaction was, holy heck, this is Tuscan Leather, and I’m keeping this one just for myself. No one can know, and it’s going to be my precious, hehe. Yeah, right. It would be a crime if no one else knew you could get the exact same dry down of Tuscan Leather for cheaper(still expensive), and smell great.

Basically, with Ombre Leather, you are getting a “cleaned up” version of Tuscan Leather. The ashy note is gone which some found too much to “sit” through.

I have already said this once, and I’m going to do this again: in my opinion, Ombre Leather is the best men’s release of the 2010s. So, if you are one of those who still haven’t tried it out, what are you waiting for?

  • Perfumer: Sonia Constant
  • Perfume Oil Concentration: Eau de Parfum
  • Fragrance Type: Leather
  • Release Date: 2018
  • Most dominant notes: Raspberry, Leather, Amber
  • Age Group: 25+
  • Seasons: Fall and Winter
  • Occasions: Business, Romantic, and Leisure
  • Longevity and Sillage: 24 hours with moderate projection
  • Uniqueness: 5/5
  • Value for money: 10/10
  • Perfume Color Palette: Dark Brown, White, Red
  • Holy Grail Scent Rating: A+

4. Acqua di Parma Colonia Essenza

What do I think about Colonia Essenza: Colonia Essenza is probably the most mentioned perfume on this blog. It is not for everybody, yet it feels welcoming as an old friend you haven’t seen in years.

You have to have a certain style to pull this one off and be comfortable to wear a perfume style from yesteryear brought into the 21st century. The fragrance is dominated by Acqua di Parma’s signature citrus/floral composition with bergamot and neroli being the most dominant notes.

I’m wowed every single time with Colonia’s Essenza dry down, and feel like if this was the only fragrance I would wear for the rest of my life, I would be satisfied with.

Soapy, barbershop, and a clean scent, but much better than Prada offers in the same fragrance family. Tranquility in the bottle.

Read the full review here.

  • Perfumer: Michel Almairac
  • Perfume Oil Concentration: Eau de Cologne
  • Fragrance Type: Citrus Floral
  • Release Date: 2010
  • Most dominant notes: Bergamot, Neroli, and Musk
  • Age Group: 25+
  • Seasons: Spring, Summer, and Fall
  • Occasions: Business and Leisure
  • Longevity and Sillage: 8 – 10 hours of longevity with moderate sillage
  • Uniqueness: 5/5
  • Value for money: 10/10
  • Perfume Color Palette: White, Green, Yellow
  • Holy Grail Scent Rating: A+

5. Dior Homme 2020

What do I think about Homme 2020: If you ignore all the unnecessary hate Dior Homme 2020 garnered just because it bears the name of their iris-based masterpiece, and open your eyes to new possibilities and changes in the perfume industry, the following two will happen: 1. you won’t believe that you didn’t give it a proper chance earlier, and 2. you will realize that Dior Homme is to 2020s the same as Bleu de Chanel was to 2010s.

I was one of those that smelled it once when it came out and couldn’t believe how dared they to destroy my old favorite, but I was wrong, and based on my friend’s recommendations, I gave it another chance one year later. I’m telling you right now, get it while the first formulation is still current. It is the best office-friendly perfume out there right now.

It does not smell cheap, and yes, it is a completely different perfume from 2005 one. Here’s a quote from the fragrance creator that sums up the whole idea perfectly:

“This new Dior Homme has an unmistakably virile signature that does not prevent it from developing tender, sensual accents. It basically draws the portrait of a modern man.” – François Demachy

The fragrance is heavy on woods with nuances to citruses, spices, and musk. Dior Homme 2020 is here to stay in my fragrance collection.

  • Perfumer: Francois Demachy
  • Perfume Oil Concentration: Eau de Toilette
  • Fragrance Type: Woody
  • Release Date: 2020
  • Most dominant notes: Bergamot, Vetiver, and Cashmeran
  • Age Group: 20+
  • Seasons: Any season
  • Occasions: Any occasion
  • Longevity and Sillage: 6 – 8 hours with moderate projection
  • Uniqueness: 3/5
  • Value for money: 10/10
  • Perfume Color Palette: Green, Light Brown, White
  • Holy Grail Scent Rating: A

6. Dior Homme Intense

What do I think about Homme Intense: smelling Dior Homme Intense always brings me to a state of pure joy. I have been blessed to buy and own 2013, the last great formulation of Dior Homme Intense before the 2020 re-release for which I think it rocks, and will definitely get it once my 2013 gets done.

So, what do I get from the old formulation? The opening is dominated by powdery pear notes combined with lavender that dries down to that strong and long-lasting beautiful cacao iris base we all know and love.

Thus, which formulation should you get? My love for the pre-2015 vintage formulations should not stop you from getting the current 2020 formulation which is much better than those made between 2015 – 2019.

The new one opens up fresher but settles down to the same composition we cherish. The longevity has been thankfully improved, and the sillage is more than decent.

I couldn’t possibly disagree with all those fragrance enthusiasts claiming that Dior Homme Intense is the best male fragrance ever release. Yes, it’s that good.

  • Perfumer: Francois Demachy
  • Perfume Oil Concentration: Eau de Parfum
  • Fragrance Type: Floral Woody
  • Release Date: 2011 (2020 re-release)
  • Most dominant notes: Iris, Ambrette, and Lavender
  • Age Group: 20+
  • Seasons: Fall and Winter
  • Occasions: Romantic and Clubbing
  • Longevity and Sillage: 8 – 10 hours with a moderate projection
  • Uniqueness: 4/5
  • Value for money: 10/10
  • Perfume Color Palette: Purple, Brown, and Light Pink
  • Holy Grail Scent Rating: A+

7. Dior Eau Sauvage Parfum 2017

Why do I think about Eau Sauvage Parfum 2017: one thing you may not know is that I already had the 2012 version of Parfum, and the Sauvage Extreme and found one thing interesting which is: the 2017 version combines the aspects of the original Eau Sauvage, Eau Sauvage Extreme, and Eau Sauvage Parfum 2012.

If you ask me, this is the Parfum version you should go for since it is much easier to wear than 2012. A stunning creation, and a 100% boss scent. Please notice that it’s still a reimagination of an old perfume released back in the 1960s that could be a perfect signature scent for an older gentleman with refined taste.

I wear Eau Sauvage Parfum 2017 all the time in the office, and no one’s yet commented that I smell like an old man, so take it as you will. The fragrance opens up with punchy citruses, and lavender, while elemi and vetiver in the dry down act as supporting notes. The composition quality is on the highest level. So much so, that I cannot find a single niche perfume in the same fragrance genre that could parry this masterpiece.

  • Perfumer: Francois Demachy
  • Perfume Oil Concentration: Eau de Parfum
  • Fragrance Type: Citrus Woody
  • Release Date: 2017
  • Most dominant notes: Bergamot, Vetiver, and Elemi
  • Age Group: 30+
  • Seasons: Fall and Winter
  • Occasions: Business
  • Longevity and Sillage: 10 – 12 hours with a huge projection
  • Uniqueness: 4/5
  • Value for money: 10/10
  • Perfume Color Palette: Yellow, Green, Light Brown
  • Holy Grail Scent Rating: A

8. Dior Fahrenheit

What do I think about Fahrenheit: man, if you still don’t know about Fahrenheit, what are you waiting for? Never truly copied, and never surpassed. You can pay how much you want, but you’ll never find another black leather fragrance on the same quality level as with Fahrenheit.

At first, I wasn’t a fan of Fahrenheit which is the case with almost every other perfume enthusiast who tries it for the first time when they are new to fragrance hobby. You have to let your nose palette mature, and keep testing it out until you get it.

This is not your run-of-the-mill leather fragrance, and it has different levels which wearer experiences at each perfume stage. For example, recently I was amazed at how much the mandarin orange note is present at the opening which I never picked up years ago. With so many notes mixed into this masterpiece, I’m sure that will constant wearing, you’ll notice other notes that were undetectable before.

Don’t let the comments about “gasoline fragrance” stop you from trying Fahrenheit. There’s nothing on the market like it.

Read the full review here.

  • Perfumer: Jean-Louis Sieuzac and Michel Almairac
  • Perfume Oil Concentration: Eau de Toilette
  • Fragrance Type: Floral Leather
  • Release Date: 1988
  • Most dominant notes: Nutmeg, Violet, Leather, and Musk
  • Age Group: 30+
  • Seasons: Any season
  • Occasions: Business and Leisure
  • Longevity and Sillage: 8 hours with moderate projection
  • Uniqueness: 4/5
  • Value for money: 10/10
  • Perfume Color Palette: Black, Purple, White
  • Holy Grail Scent Rating: A+

9. Mancera Cedrat Boise

What do I think about Cedrat Boise: Mancera’s bestseller was the first niche fragrance I ever purchased with my own money. Yes, it was because of all the comments and reviews about how much it smells like Aventus.

I’m currently on my second bottle of Cedrat Boise and it smells the same to me as it was a couple of years ago when I owned it last time. My latest bottle from 2020 has the same projection and longevity as that one from 2015.

The scent opens up similarly to Aventus with fruity lemon and black currant being the dominant notes. The dry down is a completely different story and the phase which most like the best. Vanilla, leather, oakmoss, and woody notes keep Cedrat Boise masculine that gets nice reactions from people around you.

Cedrat Boise celebrates its 10th year anniversary this year, and for a fragrance that is that old, it still manages to smell lush and contemporary. Not having Cedrat Boise in your fragrance collection means you are missing one of the best scents ever released.

  • Perfumer: Pierre Montale
  • Perfume Oil Concentration: Eau de Parfum
  • Fragrance Type: Citrus Woody
  • Release Date: 2011
  • Most dominant notes: Black currant, Lemon, and Cedar
  • Age Group: 20+
  • Seasons: Any season
  • Occasions: Any ocassion
  • Longevity and Sillage: 8+ hours with moderate projection
  • Uniqueness: 3/5
  • Value for money: 10/10
  • Perfume Color Palette: Brown, Yellow, Red
  • Holy Grail Scent Rating: A+

10. Hermes Terre d’Hermes

What do I think about Terre d’Hermes: I believe that Terre d’Hermes is the most important men’s perfume release of the 21st century. I wasn’t always the best voted modern perfume of all time, and it took a couple of years to gain steam and appreciation.

It tells a story of men getting back to their roots – the mother Earth. Master perfumer Jean-Claude Ellena said the following about Terre: “Terre d’Hermès is a metaphor for materials, a matrix that speaks of territory as well as matter, earth, and roots. This vertically structured scent is based on an alchemy of wood, the scent first introduces the gaity of orange, the bitterness of grapefruit and the vivacity of pepper and of fresh spices.

This “vegetality” flirts with the mineral effect of flint and the coarseness of vetiver. Dominated by cedar, the fragrance goes deeper with the sweetness of resins and the impalpable voluptuousness of benzoin.”

For me, wearing Terre always brings out the best of me to achieve everything I wanted by making it more reachable.

Read the full review here.

  • Perfumer: Jean-Claude Ellena
  • Perfume Oil Concentration: Eau de Toilette
  • Fragrance Type: Citrus Woody
  • Release Date: 2006
  • Most dominant notes: Grapefruit, Mineral notes, and Vetiver
  • Age Group: 30+
  • Seasons: Spring and Fall
  • Occasions: Business and Leisure
  • Longevity and Sillage: 8 hours with moderate projection
  • Uniqueness: 4/5
  • Value for money: 10/10
  • Perfume Color Palette: Green, Yellow, Brown
  • Holy Grail Scent Rating: A+

11. Escentric Molecules Molecule 01

What do I think about Molecule 01: the most deceptive anti-perfume on the market created by the genius Geza Schoen who made one of the most popular fragrances out there by combining perfumers alcohol with Iso E Super molecule.

There is one potential issue with Iso E Super though. Sadly, not everyone can detect it, so it is wise to sample Molecule 01 before purchasing a bottle since it’s not a cheap perfume.

But, if you belong to the other group who is able to smell and enjoy it to the full potential, then you know how good it is. Released alongside Iso E Super heavy Terre d’Hermes, those two fragrances predicted a trend of wood perfumes in which we live right now.

Iso E Super is a molecule that gives a cedarwood-like aroma with light touches of sandalwood. It is a simple molecule with a couple of different faces. Sometimes, I get citruses, and other times, I detect incense that comes and goes like a ghost. A magical and addictive office-friendy perfume everyone should have in their fragrance collection.

  • Perfumer: Geza Schoen
  • Perfume Oil Concentration: Eau de Toilette
  • Fragrance Type: Woody Musk
  • Release Date: 2006
  • Most dominant notes: Iso E Super
  • Age Group: 20+
  • Seasons: Any season
  • Occasions: Any occasion
  • Longevity and Sillage: 8 – 10 hours with strong projection
  • Uniqueness: 5/5
  • Value for money: 10/10
  • Perfume Color Palette: White, Light Brown
  • Holy Grail Scent Rating: A

12. Montblanc Explorer

What do I think about Explorer: easily the most popular designer release right now, loved by everyone, any age, or any perfume preference. I was skeptical about all the raving reviews Explorer got early on until I tried it out myself.

I love how the three perfumers created a perfect combination of Creed’s Aventus, and Dior’s Sauvage, and achieved that on a budget, making the composition smelling natural.

You might not know this yet, but Explorer probably has more natural ingredients inside than today’s version of Aventus including OrPur® bergamot, OrPur® vetiver, and Akigalawood®. Funny how things like this can be made on a budget.

Easily to wear, and performs like a beast on my skin. I would recommend Explorer to everyone who wants to smell great and expensive on a budget.

Read the full review here.

  • Perfumer: Jordi Fernandez, Antoine Maisondieu and Olivier Pescheux
  • Perfume Oil Concentration: Eau de Parfum
  • Fragrance Type: Fruity Aromatic
  • Release Date: 2019
  • Most dominant notes: Bergamot, Pink Pepper, and Ambroxan
  • Age Group: Any age
  • Seasons: Any season
  • Occasions: Any occasion
  • Longevity and Sillage: 20 – 24 hours of longevity with moderate sillage
  • Uniqueness: 3/5
  • Value for money: 10/10
  • Perfume Color Palette: Brown, Yellow, Orange
  • Holy Grail Scent Rating: A

13. Dolce & Gabbana Light Blue Sun Pour Homme

What do I think about Light Blue Sun: I have already talked about Light Blue Sun in my April’s fragrance recommendations article about a month ago, and said that it is a best-kept secret standing before your eyes that everyone ignores.

Originally, I wanted to get Light Blue Intense because of all the hype and the love it gets in the fragrance community, but truthfully, after I got Light Blue Sun, I find it more interesting than Intense. Sun shares many notes with the original Light Blue without being somewhat salty.

The introduction of coconut and ozonic notes bring a much-needed change of the formula that has started to show its age. It smells like a summer vacation, lying on the beach with a cocktail in one hand, and a good book in another.

I have already decided to only take Light Blue Sun with me this summer, somewhere on the Adriatic coast.

  • Perfumer: Alberto Morillas
  • Perfume Oil Concentration: Eau de Toilette
  • Fragrance Type: Citrus Woody
  • Release Date: 2019
  • Most dominant notes: Grapefruit, Ozonic Notes, Coconut
  • Age Group: 18+
  • Seasons: Spring and Summer
  • Occasions: Any occasion
  • Longevity and Sillage: 8 – 10 hours with very good projection
  • Uniqueness: 4/5
  • Value for money: 10/10
  • Perfume Color Palette: Yellow, Green, Blue
  • Holy Grail Scent Rating: B

14. Armaf Club De Nuit Intense Man

What do I think about CDNI: I mean…did you not expect to see CDNI here? C’mon. No collection is complete without the most popular clone fragrance on the planet. I don’t care if you hate clones, or just like niche perfumes, and cannot believe Armaf dared to blatantly copy Creed Aventus.

The scent is great, and almost no one will ever know that you are wearing a clone. Some would even not believe that you are not wearing the real thing, and that’s the magic of CDNI.

No wonder that it is one of the best-selling perfumes on the market when the whole composition is this good. I really don’t care about the slightly harsh opening when the dry down is this good.

The king is dead, long live the king!

  • Perfumer: n/a
  • Perfume Oil Concentration: Eau de Toilette
  • Fragrance Type: Woody Spicy
  • Release Date: 2015
  • Most dominant notes: Lemon, Birch, and Musk
  • Age Group: 18+
  • Seasons: Any season
  • Occasions: Any occasion
  • Longevity and Sillage: 8 – 10 hours with great projection
  • Uniqueness: 2/5
  • Value for money: 10/10
  • Perfume Color Palette: Yellow, Red, Black
  • Holy Grail Scent Rating: A

Conclusion

perfume in ice - fragrance collection

That about sums it all up. My perfume collection went through major changes during the last decade, and I went through different stages of my perfume hobby.

Until the last couple of years, I always wanted something new, heavy, and daring. Now I look at things differently. Sometimes those easier to wear perfumes can bring as much joy as some funky niche stuff.

What do you think about my fragrance collection? Am I missing something, or should I try some new perfumes? Let me know in the comment section below.

In case you are in wonder whether you should consider buying any of the perfumes on this list, it’s always good to take a look at Scent Grail’s S.P.A. Signature Factor Guide.

It is easy to use and the most relevant perfume buying guide on the web. This way, you can check out if a particular fragrance is worth checking out, and potentially find your signature perfume.

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Until next time, have a great time and keep smelling like a million bucks!

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