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I wish I had an answer for ya. Just hear to check out what some people suggest. I loved the sample I had.

Do you happen to know if the aftershave or cologne has a higher scent projection? My nose was having just a little trouble picking up the scent from the cream.
 
I wish I had an answer for ya. Just hear to check out what some people suggest. I loved the sample I had.

Do you happen to know if the aftershave or cologne has a higher scent projection? My nose was having just a little trouble picking up the scent from the cream.
I've actually only used the cream
 
How would you describe the scent?

I have used a tub of the cream and it performed well as Taylor's creams normally do but it was many years back and I can no longer define the scent. If you are able to give us an idea, we may be able to help with something similar.
 
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Steve56

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It a light cologne scent, at least to my nose. You'd be looking for something a little less sweet that AdP Colonia.

Cheers, Steve
 
TOBS Eton College is one of my favorites.

Eton College Fragrance Notes:
A beautiful masculine fragrance with dominant citrus lemon notes combined with fruity citrus notes of orange and mandarin. All this is blended with gentle floral notes that rest on a base of warm patchouli. Contains Lemon oil and Patchouli oil.
 
Not a cream but a soft soap - Cape Verde from Mickey Lee is very similar. When I'm in an Eton College kind of mood I'll also use Blenheim Bouquet sometimes. It's citrus/cologney enough to scratch the same itch for me.
 
Not a cream but a soft soap - Cape Verde from Mickey Lee is very similar. When I'm in an Eton College kind of mood I'll also use Blenheim Bouquet sometimes. It's citrus/cologney enough to scratch the same itch for me.
Awesome, I've never tried Mickey Lee
 
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