If you manage to get your hands on this fragrance, sold under the banner of famed Seattle men's boutique Blackbird, don't let it get away. The scent is the first installment in a series of 12 fragrances created to celebrate independent perfumers of the Pacific Northwest. And because it's being produced in extremely limited quantities, you can be sure you'll be the only guy you know rocking it. It also helps that it's one of Harrison's favorite fragrances: "Big character and projects really well. A little goes a long way," he says. Not much is known about its formula, but it captures the smell of the forests of the Pacific Northwest quite well and contains a mix of woods, leather, oud, amber, herbs, and tinctures – almost 300 ingredients in all. [$120 for .25 oz roll-on; matriarch.biz]