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?
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.
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