Bigsly

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Bigsly 20 days ago 1
A great animalic scent!
But of course the price may be prohibitive. If you want a very inexpensive and quite animalic fragrance (along the same lines), there is The Man Silver by Milton Lloyd. That one cost me about $7 for 50 ml a few years ago. Obviously, we are talking apples and oranges, but if you just want a funky piece of fruit, that might work for you.
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Bigsly 2 months ago 2
Similar to Dior's Sauvage.
It's just not as strong, which is great for me because Sauvage was way too strong and made me feel ill. Also great as a room spray. It'g got that heavy ambroxan presence and an overall fresh, somewhat sea-like feel to it. Longevity is great, and I've found that spraying on the arms is best with these scents that contain a lot of ambroxan.
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Bigsly 2 months ago 1
I think the picture is of the women's version.
Here is a "blurb" I found on this scent:

"When you want to be different and be recognized as a man of good taste, choose Territoire Gold 79 by YZY. This Eau de Parfum starts with creamy and pronouncing notes of Mandarin Orange, Cardamom, Saffron, and Black Pepper. The scent continues with a heart of Cinnamon, Neroli, and Rose. The base notes cannot be overlooked with its perfect configuration of Patchouli, White Leather, Orris Root, and a heavy Sandalwood layer."

Similar to PR's 1 Million, but slightly different notes. This one seems smoother and more complex if not quite as strong. Great, considering I found a 100 ml bottle in a bargain bin (better "quality" than Cuba Royal as well, IMO).
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Bigsly 4 months ago 1
Excellent and niche-like, if you use enough sprays.
Mostly a balsamic/resinous scent. I would say it's got a touch of smoke, etc., but really it's got a touch of everything because nothing is strong. It's cheap so you can use a bunch of sprays; Unlike some niche, this seems totally natural, and longevity is very good too! The other two, Water and Air are okay but nothing special (though a bit stronger).
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Bigsly 7 months ago 1
This review is for the non-PM version, which has yet to be listed.
Apparently, the notes are:

"It opens with a clean, citrusy burst of bergamot and lemon. The fresh journey continues and gets warm and spicy thanks to a mesmerizing heart of cedarwood, spearmint, spices and myrtle. As the scent dries down, it reveals a seductive and enduring base of musk, sandalwood, amber, oakmoss and vetiver."
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