The savory palate is a rare and urbane one, and those without a sweet tooth are unlikely to respond well to gourmand scents, florals, or light, green fragrances like fougeres.
Fans of fatty, meaty treats like steak or duck will enjoy the rich scent of Miller Harris Feuilles de Tabac ($95). It smells like suede, sage, and tobacco leaves all wrapped up together.
If you'd prefer a shepherd's pie, or can't get enough of chicken Marsala, Yosh Sombra Negra ($130) may appeal to you. It smells like mushrooms, pepper, teak, and cypress — lots of depth, seriously herbaceous, and plenty to sink your teeth into.