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Automotive-themed men's fragrances

Automotive-themed men's fragrances

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Maserati Cologne: Called “virile and sportive” by the manufacturer, Maserati smells of leather, vetiver (an Indian grass - we had to look it up as well) and cedar. There’s no truth to the rumor that it’s simple a more distilled version of Ferrari cologne.

 


 


Automotive-themed men's fragrances

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HUMMER Cologne: The truck may be gone, but the fragrance it inspired lives on. Meant for “rugged, masculine” wearers, HUMMER blends cardamom, thyme, tonka bean, leather, amber and sandalwood to create an “invigorating” and “fresh” scent.

 


Automotive-themed men's fragrances

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Carrera Cologne: We’ll avoid the cynicism on this fragrance, since members of the High Gear Media staff are known to have bottles of this in their own bathrooms. The manufacturer says it has a spicy smell, mixing aromatic citrus with hints of wood and spice. All we know is that it’s not strong enough to singe our nostril hair, and isn’t all that common.

 



Automotive-themed men's fragrances

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Porsche Design Cologne: Dubbed “contemporary” and “chic”, Porsche Design Essence starts with a base of balsam, incense and patchouli before adding pine, pepper and coriander, finishing with juniper and blueberry.  

Did we miss any auto-themed fragrances in our semi-comprehensive listing? Care to add an opinion if you wear one of these colognes? Drop us a reply and let us know.

Image credit: Flickr user asenat29, licensed under Creative Commons 2.0.


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  1. Did you guy's actually try these fragrances or is this just more poor journalism?
     
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  2. Trying those colognes would not be journalism. It would be masochism.
     
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  3. @Paul, are you insinuating that my "Fragrancegate" piece won't net me a Pulitzer? Damn, there goes a perfectly good acceptance speech...
     
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