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Reddit mentions of Taylor of Old Bond Street Sandalwood Cologne, 100 ml

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Reddit mentions: 3

We found 3 Reddit mentions of Taylor of Old Bond Street Sandalwood Cologne, 100 ml. Here are the top ones.

Taylor of Old Bond Street Sandalwood Cologne, 100 ml
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  • 3.3 oz./100 ml
  • All Time English Classic
  • Masculine, Confident Scent
  • Perfect for All Occassions
Height4.724409444 Inches
Length1.968503935 Inches
Number of items1
Release dateJune 2020
Size3.38 Fl Oz (Pack of 1)
Weight0.440924524 Pounds
Width1.968503935 Inches

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Found 3 comments on Taylor of Old Bond Street Sandalwood Cologne, 100 ml:

u/ManInTheIronPailMask · 12 pointsr/wicked_edge

I love sandalwood. My lady loves sandalwood on me. Here are a few of my opinions on sandalwood and sandalwood-inspired scents.

St. Charles Shave Santalum Album Extract: (EdT) This is a one-note sandalwood. Quite sweet and creamy, and almost gourmand in character. US$18 for 2 oz.

St. Charles Shave Limited Edition Sandalwood from Wood: (EdT) still a one-note sandalwood, but deeper and richer. Less sweet, a bit more woody. A friend of mine pronounced that it has "more gravitas."

Herve Leger Homme: (EdT) This is artificial sandalwood (ebonal, and maybe okumal) but smells quite nice. Brightened up with ginger and yuzu (a hint of fruity acidity compared to a creamy sandalwood) and lasts a long, long time. Unfortunately, this has been discontinued. Dangit!

Taylor of Old Bond Street Sandalwood Cologne: This is a sophisticated scent, with some lavender, floral notes, and patchouli, with plenty of powderiness (to my nose.) The sandalwood isn't very present at all, though it's a nice scent. Garnered compliments from my lady despite its sweetness and floral notes. Not very long-lasting, and wants a separate atomizer. (Used as a splash, it's too powerful, and cloying!)

MPeG Santal Noble: Edt - A favorite of mine. Not super sandalwoody, but very woody. Smells like freshly-sawn cedar planks, along with amber, coffee, and spices. A superb scent, though not sandalwood-forward.

Karnataka Mysore Sandalwood Soap: This is a soap with actual Santalum Album oil (this is the "true" sandalwood, as opposed to the less complex "Australian sandalwood" and "Hawaiian sandalwood" oils.) Very little sweetness. The "soap" scent comes through clearly, but smells natural, as opposed to artificial. Over time, the sandalwood scent diminishes, but doesn't smell less "real," only less strong.

Every Man Jack Sandalwood Bodywash: This is a gel, in a plastic showergel bottle. It's not real sandalwood, but is pleasant enough. The scent doesn't last beyond the shower, but my lady likes how it smells as I use it. Sweeter than Karnataka, and more artificial, but not bad for everyday shower duty.

Caress Endless Kiss Sandalwood Vanilla body wash: No. Just no. Got it home and was uninspired. I added actual sandalwood oil and actual vanilla extract in an attempt to salvage this, but it could not be done. You'd have better luck adding fragrance oils to an unscented body wash, in my opinion.

Proraso Red (sandalwood) shaving cream: This is a great shaving cream, expecially for the price. The sandalwood is very earthy, and not very sweet to my nose. Lathering is excellent, lubrication is great. The scent doesn't last after the shave, but it's great while it does. I carry a tube in my gym bag, and also use the stuff at home. Very nice earthy sandalwood scent.

Nature de France Sandalwood Deodorant: This is an earthy sandalwood, quite similar to the Proraso cream. Not sweet, not overly creamy or woody. No aluminum, so it's not an antiperspirant, just a deodorant. Still, I love the smell.

Ogallala Bay Rum with Sandalwood aftershave: This is an aftershave, based on Ogallala's spice-heavy Bay Rum scents (cowboy-style, as opposed to pirate-style "pure" bay rum scents.) The sandalwood isn't particularly realistic, but it is pleasant, and has gotten me more than a few compliments. It's a very sweet sandalwood, to the point where I sometimes find it a bit cloying. My lady never fails to compliment me, though, if I've used it, regardless of whether I tell her that I have. Needs to be shaken and -for best result- applied once your face is dry. Good skin conditioning.

u/Gingor · 2 pointsr/AskMen

Taylor of old Bond Street Sandalwood Cologne. Smells good, the ladies love it.

>A classic fougere fragrance with top notes of geranium, lavender, rosemary and liquid amber supported by a heart of carnation, fern and orange blossom resting on a sumptuous base of patchouli, sandalwood, vetivert, powdery musk and rock rose. Contains Cedarwood oil, Geranium oil, Guaicwood oil, Lavandin Grosso, Patchouli oil, Rosemary oil and Vetiver oil.

u/HurkyJerkyDancer · 1 pointr/malefashionadvice

You piqued my interest. How long does this stuff last compared to conventional, liquid colognes? At $22.00, I'll just order it blind.

OP, if you're a cheap ass like myself, drugstore aftershaves are great for day-to-day scents, imo. I usually wear Pinaud-Clubman. Some say it's "old man smell" but I think it's classic. I also like Taylor of Old Bond Street Sandalwood as a cheaper option.