I recently had to stop using Calvin Klein's Euphoria due to an unsightly skin reaction and have started using Christian Audigier's Ed Hardy. It's a deep, musky scent, and I think it's awesome. What's your favorite (evening) cologne?

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I love the Armani Gio Di Aqua!
The June issue of GQ actually had good recommendations for summer cologne. They recommended DKNYMEN ($50), Prada Infusion d'Homme ($54), and Hermès Eau de Pamplemousse Rose ($125).

Some of the Lacoste scents are also nice. You can probably find these at Macy's, or if you're looking to save some money you can actually find them at TJ Maxx.
That was a great issue. I'm relatively new to proper cologne and one of my biggest fears is the wrong scent or worse too much of it, and that article helped me out tremendously.
Pink Grapefruit? Interesting.
Bay Rum, Grey Flannel, Hugo
Being married changes the whole question a little bit. My wife's favorite is still drakkar, so I guess thats what I like.
Fahrenheit by Christian Dior.

This stuff is great. I can't believe how many compliments I get on this.
My wife loves Calvin Klein "Eternity" on me, I'm a fan of the Polo's or Grey Flannel's but she does not like anything with a "PINEY" smell to it as she says.
Eau Sauvage by Christian Dior is one of my favorites. Vetiver by Guerlain is another. Both of these fragrances are good no matter the occasion or season.
Depends on the circumstance and season. I like Truefitt & Hills' West India Limes for a light, optimistic, clean scent. Polo Double Black or Obsession Dark for after dark date night. Truefitt & Hills' Trafalgar or their Spanish Leather for an acceptable, unoffensive Masculine scent in professional settings. I also highly recommend any of the shaving products from Truefitt & Hill. Try their 20 dollar sample packs, that is how I discovered my favorite scents before making any expensive purchase.
Like the West India Limes for a morning/daily scent… but my supplier of choice is Trumper…http://www.trumpers.com/ – They seem to carry much the same range as Truefitt & Hill. also like Bay Rum for the evening. And getting a shave at Trumper's is one of the best experiences of my life… My other choices are Kistna and Activist from the Body Shop, Grey Flannel and anything by Dunhill.
My wife prefers me in Polo Sport, it's her favorite scent on me. I like the smell of Obsession, but my wife had an uncle who bathed in it so she has requested me to never wear that one.

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