Get a new summer smell (besides that beer-and-sausage one) with John Varvatos Artisan ($55). The citrusy fragrance covers your bod with a "refreshing citrus explosion that develops into a spicy and floral blend followed by a masculine woody impression." It comes in a flask-shaped bottle that's hand-woven in distressed rattan.
Simply the coolest cologne, ever. Lynx Bespoke Scent ($182) was developed by Oki-ni, Lynx, and designer Pete Fowler to be the perfect scent for men. Pick out your date and time, and you'll receive a personal consultation (in London, unfortunately for us) with perfumers who will custom-fit a scent just for you. You'll get your fragrance in about a month — in absolutely the best cologne bottle we've ever seen.
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For Issue 03, we headed to upstate New York to test drive the prototype electric Bollinger B1, the next-generation minimalist utility truck. We then took a classic Ford Bronco from the 1970's down Kentucky's legendary Bourbon Trail, stopping and sampling all along the route — and even getting schooled by master distiller Jimmy Russell. You'll find the world's best bourbon guide in this issue, with 25 bottles ranging in price from $25 to $4,000 a bottle. To complete our boxy, American-made SUV trifecta, we drove an Icon Ford Bronco up to Yosemite. Finally, we wrapped things up with edited guides full of the best hiking boots, backpacks, turntables, headphones, and camp knives.
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So if someone came up to you on the street and told you you'd have to pay money to smell like Jack Black you'd probably laugh in his face — but it's not the Jack Black you're thinking of. Jack Black Signature Black Mark Cologne ($65) features notes of saffron, coriander, and red cedar, and most definitely smells nothing like that stoned guy prancing around in his underwear in "Orange County."
Forget Green and Blue. Polo Black by Ralph Lauren ($65/4.2 oz) is the new king. The modern fragrance is bright, sweet and clean with a hint of fruit. One of the overall smoothest scents to come along in a long time. Plus, the all-black bottle is as sleek as they come.