A blast from the not-so-long past, Maxim’s Pour Homme is a loud yet elegant fragrance first introduced in 1988. Dominique Ropion was commissioned by the Parisian restaurant Maxim’s to work on Pour Homme, as well as a handful of its other fragrances. The scent boasts of clary sage, lavender, bergamot, carnation and lemon for the opening, while it has jasmine, clove, rose, sandalwood, amber and cedar for the heart. The base features musk, patchouli, leather, oakmoss and vanilla. It was made available as an eau de toilette in 50 ml.