Well this is my first post here and I thought that I would ask which tobacco colognes are your favorite.

 

My favorite may be Michael Kors For Men, but there are so many great ones out there. The problem for me is that I love the tobacco scent so much, that most of the colognes smell the same with varrying differences. So it has sort of become a case of having different versions of the same scent.

 

If people want some recommendations, these are very good:

 

John Varvatos – Vintage

Aramis –  Havana

Burberry London – For Men

Dolce and Gabanna – Pour Homme

Versace – The Dreamer

Giorgio Armani – Code

Lanvin – Avant Garde

John Louis Vermeil – For Men

Killian – Back To Black

Tom Ford - Tobacco Vanille


What are your favorite tobacco colognes and what would you recommend?

 

 

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