These Patchouli-based fragrances are proving to be the it colognes for men this Winter. From cooling energising notes to spicy woody accents, Buro 24/7 Middle East rounds up the newest olfactory scents from Comme des Garçons, Carolina Herrera and Parfums de Marly's...

Comme des Garçons, Dhs430

Manfume: Patchouli-based scents every man should have

After showcasing an eccentric Spring/Summer '17 collection during Paris Fashion Week, Comme des Garçons introduces its latest olfactory offering, the Blackpepper cologne. The scent captured an achingly cool collection of musk, tonka bean, cedar, oud, black pepper and patchouli, now credited with being one of the must-have spicy scents of the season.

Carolina Herrera Mystery Tobacco, Dhs990

Manfume: Patchouli-based scents every man should have

Eponymous label Carolina Herrera has just added its latest scent, Mystery Tobacco, to its Herrera Confidential collection. The fashion house has created the ultimate cologne this season, while looking towards a black tobacco leaf for inspiration. As woody as it is musky, Mystery Tobacco consists of spicy notes of citrus, ginger, oil, osmanthus flower, vetiver, tonka bean and patchouli.

Parfums de Marly Layton, Dhs730

Manfume: Patchouli-based scents every man should have

The newest fragrance from Parfums de Marly, aptly titled Layton, at once spicy and sweet. The scent, chosen by Dubai-based perfumer Hamid Merati-Kashani, consists of a beautiful blend of top notes including bergamot, lavender, apple, mandarin, orange, coffee, pink pepper, amber, sandalwood, vanilla and patchouli. Layton comes in a uniquely crafted opaque glass bottle, complete with the brand's equestrian-inspired signature.

Comme des Garçons, Carolina Herrera and Parfums de Marly's new colognes are now available at all leading beauty counters across the Middle East. In the meantime, discover Prada's latest menswear campaign for its Resort '17 collection.