I decided I should run through my TOBS range of fragrances this week. These are the earlier versions of aftershave, as opposed to the colognes sold today (which are apparently the same strength as the older aftershaves). I don't hear too much about TOBS aftershaves and I find their bouquets to be well rounded and with complexity. The only negatives I have with regards to the aftershaves is the steel cap. This often rusts and takes away from the lovely glass bottle and design. Also Jermain Street (alcohol free) being quite viscous tends to block the diffuser. I have the following aftershaves: Eton college Jermain Street Mr Taylors Victorian Limes No.74 Mr. Sidney (no longer in production) St. James Having used each extensively I can tell you my favourite scent is tied between Eton College and Mr. Sidney. Eton being fresh, fruity and light. Your looking at a similar footing to Aqua Di Gio. Where as Mr. Sidney is manly. Notes of bay rum but clean, understated clove, heavy bodied, rugged. The perfect day and night combination and they do last at least 4 hours. My least favourite is Jermyn Street. I find the consistency far too oily being alcohol free and the scent is good but not great, quite a sweet cologne to my nose. Many others put Jermyn street as their number one so as always YMMV. Sandalwood is the only scent I don't own. So today was the turn of Eton college. Beautiful fragrance. I get a heavy floral note cut by citrus. Light warm woods and a slight aqua note in the background. I do put it in the same family as Aqua Di Gio and CKOne. Pairs very well with the Eufros ATG LE. Lasted for 4 hours on my person. Superb performance for an aftershave. Nice sting on application but leaves the skin feeling excellent. Tomorrow will be Jermyn Street which should be interesting in this heat.