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I have both. I haven't used either very much because I consider both of them definitely cooler weather, special occasion fragrances. BdP is a classic, Royal Oud hasn't been around very long. Obviously, I couldn't decide between the two since I got both of them.... but I got BdP first.... it that makes any difference. They are both great.... I'm not big on ouds in general.... but I love Royal Oud. I guess if I had to pick only one, I'd go with BdP.
I think the BdP is hands-down the winner here. It's, as many have said, a classic. It's kind of a power scent that will always be noticed and appreciated by those around you. Royal Oud is a nice scent, but not memorable IMHO...
Sounds unanimous. I've tried and like them both, even Royal Oud despite its lack of purity. But Bois de Portugal is nothing short of a masterpiece and one of those few Creed gems that I have a soft spot for. It's a classic in its own right and one of Creed's absolute best. It'll be a while before Royal Oud can claim that kind of status.