These fragrances are my Top 5 Winter Mens Colognes for 2011. Now a little warning with this list, these are intended for the winter months with temperatures below 50. If you live in an area where it doesn’t get cold, then obviously you’ll want to check out our spring or summer lists. These are also just the fragrances that I’ve found myself using a lot this winter.
Perfect for a night on the town this is a very sweet fragrance. Becoming very popular in the United States, you will notice more and more folks wearing it. It still however is a great scent that lasts all night into the next morning. This isn’t something to wear to work, but geared more for the night at the bar or club.
La Nuit de L’homme
A scent that can be worn anytime of the year, but I think this one does great in the winter. This one just oozes class and gets nothing but compliments. It can really be worn at any point in the day, but it works best at night. If looking for one scent to buy to wear this winter and into the spring this would work perfectly.
Angel Men Pure Malt
Last year’s number one winter fragrance, I felt like this one had to stay on the list. It however has fallen a few spots to number 3. Mainly it has dropped on the list due to the inability to find the stuff, at least at an affordable price. This stuff is a bomb, and one spray will last you the entire day.
Boss Bottled #6
A great fragrance that has lasted the test of time. This one has a nice hint of apple in the opening which reminds me of Apple Pie. Working perfectly in the fall and winter this has really been used this season. This can be worn by any age at any occasion. For this Boss Bottled is our number 2 fragrance for the winter of 2011.
New Haarlem by Bond No. 9
The number 1 fragrance for the winter of 2011 is Bond No. 9′s New Haarlem. This is a great gourmand fragrance that I’ve really found myself wearing a lot this year. Longevity is great with New Haarlem, but projection fades rather quickly. It however will last the entire day and into the night, which is always impressive in the cold days of winter. This takes the place of Pure Malt on top of the list. It becomes obvious that I’m a fan of gourmand fragrances for the winter. If Pure Malt was still being produced and easy to acquire it may still hold the spot. Being a niche fragrance I suggest you try before buying due to price, however hopefully you enjoy it as much as I do.