Green Irish Tweed 1985

Green Irish Tweed by Creed
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Green Irish Tweed is a popular perfume by Creed for men and was released in 1985. The scent is green-fresh. It is still available to purchase. Pronunciation
Scent goes well with Aventus (Eau de Parfum)
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Perfumer

Pierre Bourdon

Fragrance Notes

Top Notes Top NotesLemon, Vervain, Peppermint
Heart Notes Heart NotesViolet
Base Notes Base NotesFlorentine iris, Sandalwood, Cedarwood, Ambergris

Ratings

Scent

8.31114 Ratings

Longevity

7.8933 Ratings

Sillage

7.3918 Ratings

Bottle

8.3900 Ratings

Value for money

6.5129 Ratings
Submitted by Kankuro, last update on 14.05.2021.
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9.5
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8
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8
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8
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DerOlfaktor
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DerOlfaktor
Very helpful Review    13  
The violet patch
I don't know what it means,
that I'm so sad;
a scent from the old days,
i can't get it out of my mind.

And even like the skipper from the poem "The Lore-Ley," this scent seizes me with wistfulness - wistfulness of what once was and what will seemingly be lost forever.

Green Irish Tweed was the first fragrance to expand the price structure of my small collection upwards - effectively removing the perfume price tag. I remember, as if it were today, in which store I sniffed this fragrance for the very first time and decided to buy it. It was a small drugstore in the little town of Baden, in Switzerland.
On both my shoulders sat the little white angel and the little red devil, both of whom were arguing over who had the right of opinion, hurling their respective pros and cons at the head of the other little brother. When the angel saw me pull out my credit card to give the saleswoman a receipt for my agreement to the purchase, he forgot all manners and decency: "Are you out of your mind, so much money for such a small glass bottle! 170 francs for 75 milliliters and a violation of the 5th deadly sin, gluttony (gula)! Shame on you!" I thought I could tell that the little devil was turning a very tiny bit darker red at his little brother's outbursts.
We were then both able to placate him and assure him that he would be given an extra spray every time he was sprayed. He then started again, "I don't want that devil stuff ..., etc. etc."

From that time on, Green Irish Tweed was one of my specialists, which I took with me primarily on business trips. When the tie was tied early in the morning, there were a few heavy sprays behind the ear cups, on the shirt collars and the tie knot. Even in the most tired sessions, after lunch, when the organism sinks into its low for the day, and when the air in the room becomes stuffy and the temperature is high, I always had the freshness of wide meadows and pastures right under my nose and mentally before my eyes.

What always excited me about this fragrance was its top note with this slightly pungent freshness. Perhaps one or the other knows the feeling when you eat a Mentos chewy candy on a hot summer day, drink an ice-cold cola with it and then inhale deeply through the mouth. Then - at least for me - the water level in the lower eyelids rises and gives you the feeling of total refreshment. I suspect it is the combination of verbena and peppermint that imprints such unique perception on this fragrance. When I go to the Parfumo page to see the fragrances that have verbena as an ingredient, second only to Green Irish Tweed is Acqua di Parma's Colonia, which I also own. But since this is now not at all comparable to the Green Irish Tweed, it must be the combination of verbena and peppermint that makes the British so unique.

Almost makes it unique!

The long list of comments on this fragrance suggests it, there is a twin: Cool Water by Davidoff. And indeed, both eau de toilette/perfume go - as far as the direction of the fragrances - in the same direction, which is probably not surprising - after all, both have the same perfumer as a creator.

But something has always put me off Cool Water. I suspect rose geranium - or some variant of geranium. Even in my childhood and youth, I gave these plants a wide berth; I could never stand that iron-like, earthy tone. Even in my parents' garden, I wondered how bees could voluntarily fly to the flowers in the summer. And not for nothing do dogs, cats and birds give these flowers and blossoms a wide berth. The smell keeps away many representatives from the fauna. In my opinion, this scent has always given Cool Water a smell of damp cardboard. Such a slight musty scent pushes the eau de toilette to the ground throughout the wear time. I would love to know how Cool Water would smell without rose geranium.

The trick with Green Irish Tweed was to weave variety into the scent. Towards the end, Green Irish Tweed always smelled slightly powdery-smooth - almost cloying. And yet always held the upbeat tone until the end.

And today?
Green Irish Tweed is offered today in this black opaque bottle. The large bottling has 100 milliliters of capacity and due to many special offers you can get it relatively cheap compared to other Creed fragrances. If I get it in the tester version, I pay no more than for my then 75 milliliter bottle in full regalia.

But it's not the same anymore. Sure, Cred scents are probably the scents whose olfactory perception varies among the many vendors from batch to batch among the most. (In the case of the better-known Aventus, entire denominations have now formed.)
Compared to the Cool Water, the Green Irish Tweed has approached this in my opinion. I have here the violet leaf in the suspicion. Violets, like geraniums and perlagonias, also belong to the Rosidae and Eurosidae families of plants, respectively. The same dull, slightly musty cardboard scent now clings to this fragrance. Clearly, Green Irish Tweed is still the stronger of the two scents, but it has lost its freshness, its effervescence. A heavy violet staple covers everything. I still owned a small remnant of the old scent, so I was able to compare 1:1. Yes, the basic direction is still the same, but the details are changed.

And so I was seized by melancholy and panic that now also this fragrance had to go the way of many of its peers. It is like after a long not made visit or call: "No, the Mr. Greed no longer works here. He left years ago."

I spent last night scouring the internet for variations of my original treasure that were still available. A small perfumery in the Rhine Valley, in the canton of St. Gallen actually still had it on sale at noon today. The little white angel insisted that I go there today and buy it directly. When I said that it could wait, the little devil and the little angel wrote a protest note - especially sharply worded. I then called them and had the last two flacons sent to me. If now the courier driver is still nice and careful to work, I have Tuesday my darling again in the hands - 2 x 75 milliliters and in a transparent glass flacon.

I will therefore rate Green Irish Tweed with the mark 9.5 - but the older variant. The new representative I would only issue a certificate equal to its cardboard companion. Based on today's purchase experience, I dwell on memories, not disappointment.

The skipper of the little ship it seizes him with wild woe;
he does not look at the rocky reefs,
he only looks up to the heights.
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Meneeix

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Meneeix
Meneeix
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Best Creed
For me the best Creed perfume, clean and versatile green perfume. Above the well-known Aventus. In my opinion, for people over 25 years old and totally unisex. With a remarkable duration and projection. The bottle is beautiful like all those of Creed.
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Leporello
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Leporello
Top Review    21  
A comparison is only as good as the combatants ..
Much has been written about Green Irish Tweed and its clone Cool Water. In numerous Internet forums, all of them admittedly not as good as Parfumo, one hears again and again that factually no differences exist between the two fragrances. I can't and won't let this stand, because I know both Cool Water and Green Irish Tweed and find both scents great in their own way and relationship, but do see or smell some differences, albeit subtle. Writing this comment brought to mind a recent "expert dispute". As a classical music lover and avid amateur pianist, I was passionately debating with a dear colleague (also an amateur pianist) about our respective equipment. Specifically, it was about the dispute whether his Steinway or my Bösendorfer delivers the better sound. You can already tell that it was a discussion on a high level and far removed from everyday spheres. Passionately I stood up for my Bösendorfer, for me the perfection in piano and grand piano building, and so I got carried away and described the sound of his Steinway as "unfinished" and "too sharp" and not at all round. Now we have this discussion every now and then, which does not detract from our friendship, however, and so we can spend sometimes very "strange" hours debating for our fellow human beings whether Rachmaninov's 2nd Piano Concerto op. 18 in C minor sounds better on my Bösendorfer or his Steinway. What's my point? Well in the end, in matters of perfume, as in matters of music, it's "une question de goût" and one's experience determines one's point of view.

I have so far always gladly Cool Water used, also because it is for me still a "milestone" in the matter of men's perfume and yes, also I thought for a long time not to try it times with Green Irish Tweed. So did I let the numerous comments wrap me around my finger for a long time? It seems so! In these days, marked by monotony, work and cultural wasteland, I have gained the time to acquire some new fragrances and test them extensively. Green Irish Tweed is one of them. What should I say now? For me Green Irish Tweed (at least on my skin) doesn't smell at all like Cool Water, except for the base. This begins immediately after spraying on where I perceive juicy but not biting lemon aromas with peppermint. Already the opening seems very "round" and dignified and offers a "freshness kick" that reminds me less of rugged cliffs, but more of dew-covered meadows in the morning freshness. This impression lasts on my skin for about fifteen minutes, before I notice a distinct floral impact, which over time pushes more and more under the fresh-citrusy top note and gives the fragrance a distinctly floral-tart component. This mixture of citrusy-fresh and floral-tart notes then remains on my skin for about two hours before an extremely pleasant woody and ambery base note spreads, which surprisingly now first reveals a slightly "aquatic" impression. At the end, after about five hours, I no longer notice any difference between Green Irish Tweet and Cool Water, may mean that the drydown smells identical to me. Now, you might say that many roads lead to Rome and it's what comes out the back that counts, but for me, it's the distance traveled that counts. To use the metaphor of Rachmaninov, Bösendorfer and Steinway again, I would like to say that Rachmaninov's 2nd Piano Concerto can be played just as grandly on a Steinway as on a Bösendorfer. But the practiced connoisseur may notice a difference on the way from beginning to end. Both pianists, provided they are masters of their craft, will be rewarded with the audience's applause, and so it is analogously with Green Irish Tweed and Cool Water, but Green Irish Tweet treads the path more rounded, finer and altogether more balanced, indeed less "chemical" in contrast to Cool Water.

So it remains in the end a question of taste and certainly the skin chemistry, how and where differences between the two "masterpieces" are to be discovered, but it is worth from the respective point of view times to look left and right.
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8.5
Scent
8
Longevity
7
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7
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6
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Donnagirl
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Donnagirl
Very helpful Review    13  
Down the hatch, gentlemen!
Unfortunately, there was only one mixed sample package of Creed to order online. All others were sold out shortly after Christmas. Lockdown, boredom and drear drove me to buy the package anyway, better than nothing.

Finally arrived I test myself through the fragrances. First, the women's fragrances. But the disappoint me rather. I find them quite boring, one-dimensional and too musky. Out of sheer desperation, I spray the included men's scent on the wrapping paper and take a little sniff. Uuuiihh, lemon...well ok but the verbena and rather the peppermint blow me away. A cool elegant breeze. Cool as in air conditioning. Ok, I set the package aside and try to focus on the samples on my skin, taking notes and examining the notes. Again and again my nose and attention wanders to the paper sample.

I take a closer look at the sample, the name and think, well it doesn't exactly come across to me like a green tweet. I don't see an elderly gentleman in a tweet wearing a slouch hat walking across the moors in Ireland or going hunting. But rather I'm with a very dapper man who definitely wears a suit to the office. One comment here was aimed in the direction of James Bond, yes that is also a nice association to a gentleman and definitely fits well.

Slowly violet, lily and the woody notes come through more and push the scent towards Babershop. It becomes more soapy. But that doesn't matter. For me, Joop Nightflight meets Prada. I used to love the Joop on men a lot. And know today a well-groomed Prada man to appreciate.

Some here also point out the yet quite old or stale fragrance. OK there is it apparently since 1985 and he smells really quite classic. But honestly what's wrong with classics? I look at me again and again gladly old film classics also if the novelties irritate but not always convince.

Overall, I see the fragrance also rather to men over 30. a true all-rounder. Goes in the office and in leisure very well and also to almost every season. Fresh, honest, serious, clean and well-groomed.

Seducer? Who is more on heavy orientals with oud and everything, this fragrance will not find very seductive, but at best suitable for business. I, on the other hand, could hardly wait for my husband to come home and I could spray him right away.

Yes, on the skin he also works and makes a beautiful impression ....rrrrhhhh.

Honestly, if a man came fresh out of the shower and sprayed on the scent, I would be plenty indifferent to what he was wearing; business suit, jogging suit, tweed suit, jeans and shirt, bluesuit ... or maybe nothing. The first word I wrote down to this fragrance was "scent porn", to kneel down beautiful;-)
Not every day but as with a classic, just on special occasions as a change and to indulge and enjoy.

Have my husband equal ordered a bottle. A women's fragrance came but not in the shopping cart, there I must still much Weitertesten...

See you soon, your Donnagirl
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Smellavision

126 Reviews
Smellavision
Smellavision
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Maybe one of the most versatile scents ever made...
A great all-rounder that can be worn almost anytime, anywhere. I don't get too much lemon verbena but the violet leaves with a bit of metallic tinge, the sandalwood and musky ambergris are the main players here - and what really sets this one apart from the dupes and clones, is clearly the ambergris-based heart that can also be found in for instance Millesime Imperial - it's somehow fuller, richer and deeper than the clones. You may not be able to tell from more than an arms length, but if you're close to the source the difference is noticeable.

Funny thing is : the more often I use it, the better I like it. It's hard to pinpoint, but the feeling I get when wearing it, is that of "calm power" or you can also just call it pure self-confidence.

One of the pro's is definitely the versatility of this, then again one of the con's could be that you can find something smelling - almost - just like for less than half the price. Summary : a great classic fougere.
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ScentSlave

113 Reviews
ScentSlave
ScentSlave
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While I myself have said it’s Armaf clone is spot on
... but not so much in the opening... GIT has such a VIVID green to the opening, it’s in a league of its own for the start... then when the mids hit its other impersonator, Chez Bond comes close... and in the drydown you can feel the hit that Tres Nuit tries for. I only wish that GIT was a tad louder in sillage and projection. It becomes a skin scent so quickly, and it just BARELY leaves a sillage trail. I’ll say it gives a very soft 1-2ft projection radius, with an almost nonexistent sillage trail. Longevity is great, but only for the ones you snuggle with. In this era of social distancing and mask mandating, Creed definitely needs to kick its game up in making scents that actually project (especially if you’re gonna charge $300+ for them). I truly love GIT, but honestly, I like the Bond no. 9 line more than Creed, and it has a lot to do with projection and performance.
8.5
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EspritDeGout
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EspritDeGout
Helpful Review    5  
Nothing in life is constant - except change
It all started about 5 years ago when I discovered my love for perfume and soon found myself in the only store in town that stocked Creed fragrances Some of the bottles made a high-quality impression on me, including the 75 ml Green Irish Tweed (which I had already heard of having a similarity to Cool Water). So I decided to be especially critical of this one, as I had the equivalent Davidoff on the shelf at home and knew it well. Would there really be people who would buy a perfume that smells the same and costs ten times as much?
Well, I was thrilled by the amount of the first spray and a scent spread in my nose, which to my great astonishment immediately reminded me in no way of Davidoff. I had never before in my life taken such a natural smell out of a bottle. Where Davodoff seemed to me symbolic like the sea, Creed was a pond in the middle of a forest. Already in the top note I heard a hint of amber, sandalwood and forest-like freshness, which got better and better in the drydown - unfortunately I didn't have enough money to spend it "only on one perfume" at that time...so I had a 2,5 ml sample bottle filled and the smell lifted my mood every single time I smelled it.

Other scents of the house have caught my attention over the years, such as Silver Mountain Water (which is an incredibly charismatic character scent) or Original Vetiver (sometimes the most distinctive I have ever been able to smell).
But GIT and the already empty sample never let me go. So it happened that I bought this Jar a bottle in the now newly designed 100 ml format. It came by mail, because this year it was not very appropriate to jump among the crowds and go shopping...

Now I am writing this comment because I am surrounded by a very strange feeling. I claim 100% that the 2020 bottle of Green Irish Tweed is no longer the same as the 75 ml a few years ago. This natural, woody and green kind I had fallen in love with is no longer there. It now looks more like fresh cool water to me than the naturally herbaceous GIT of a few years ago. I have it in front of me right now and also the empty but still slightly scented old sample and it is almost two different scents. The then so dominant and flattering amber now gives way to the all-covering violet and a never-ending cool freshness, which I honestly don't like.

My 2020 flat is not a fake, because I ordered it from the same store where I personally buy from.
I would love to know if anyone has had a similar experience, or if my nose is deceiving me? Did Creed also launch a redesigned version of the fragrance with the redesigned bottles?

I wouldn't be surprised, because sometimes only change seems to be a constant part of living.
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MrGoodSmell
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MrGoodSmell
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Creed's classics down!
This fragrance has been on the market since the 80's and has remained almost unchanged. After 2.5 decades and - still - countless celebrity fans, one can say that GIT is still a real option for gentlemen and those who want to become one.

GIT is not a fragrance that you apply to impress or seduce others. It is rather a fragrance that you wear to smell good and serious, the rest is done by your personality and your appearance. It's an incredibly versatile fragrance that you can wear from January to December, 24/7 without feeling out of place. That's why older men in particular have been using it as a signature fragrance for decades.

If we were in our old age. Which is very noticeable, Creed's best scents tend to appeal to an older clientele. That's why I tend to see GIT on men aged 30-35+ as well. The comparison to Cool Water is obvious, but I can already see some bigger differences in quality and scents, which are greener and deeper with GIT.

Conclusion: GIT is still one of the most important fragrances for Creed. It is characterized by durability and reliability, just like most of the wearers of this fragrance do. Even today it does not look old-fashioned and is especially suitable for mature men
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ChrisG86
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If the manufacturer of the brand name fries also produces for Aldi.
Behind some of the cheaper no-name products from the discounters are big brands. At Aldi and Co you can get products for little money. In the supermarket, on the other hand, you pay 3-5 times as much for an almost identical brand product.
One is all the more surprised when one learns that the brand manufacturers also produce for the discounters. Only they do not market them in the discounters under their well-known brand name
This philosophy is probably also lived in the world of fragrances and that is why Mr Bourdon has made it easy for himself.

I was able to test GIT some time ago and was amazed to hear Cool Water on my arm. I had already read some good things about GIT. About as often one reads the comparison to Cool Water. I was shocked to find out that the rumor was true. Both scents are very similar, almost identical
I would not be able to distinguish between the two classics if I had them on a strip of paper in front of me. Or maybe I am not perceptive enough to smell the difference. In the context of the introduction to GIT, one could assume that the price is the only thing that counts, and that Cool Water is a discount product. Whereby I have to say that Cool Water is by no means a no-name product.

It is a clever sales strategy: Sell a good product at a horrendous price. If it sells well, make an almost identical product cheaper for the general public. That way you cover both consumer groups and make twice as much profit.

It may be that the fragrances differ in terms of the quality of the ingredients. In my opinion, these differences are marginal.

Cool water is very important to me. If I were to give a rating, I would have to give the same points for the fragrances, because they are, quite rightly, fragrance twins. And as long as the rating category "price" does not exist in this forum, I could not rate them differently either.

Only because of its popularity GIT is the primus inter pares.

See you soon.

Peace!
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49424

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Great scent, but way overpriced
A very green, clean, fresh citrusy spring/summer soapy scent. Although it contains aquatic notes too it does not smell oceanic. Actually, it is similar to the barbershop leaning Chanel's Egoiste Platinum. GIT is a lovely gentlemanly fragrance, however it comes with a ridiculously high price tag.

For the price you pay I would expect something more original and with much better longevity, which is average, as well as a wider reaching sillage.

I will probably get another bottle because I do love this scent. But value for money it is not.
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AndreiSmd93AndreiSmd93 20 days ago
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Beautiful, timeless. Opens up green and citrusy, dries down into a classy green-soapy fragrance. Get a pre 2019, it lost character after.
JezreelJezreel 1 month ago
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8
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7
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10
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Perfume perfeito,alta qualidade das notas ,muito natural,um abacaxi maduro e suculento com o musgo grudado nesse abacaxi ,delicioso
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BertolucciKBertolucciK 1 month ago
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Fresh, green and aquatic. In the opening, it's citrusy with lemon verbena, floral with violet and iris. Slightly salty from the ambergris.
MeneeixMeneeix 3 months ago
9.5
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6
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10
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For me the best Creed perfume, clean and versatile green perfume. Above the well-known Aventus. In my opinion, for people over 25 years old
RonniweRonniwe 3 months ago
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8
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7
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7
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Es una fragancía riquisima, es muy herbal, y la verdad que la recomiendo 100%.
PioPio 4 months ago
10
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9
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Best fragrance ever? Probably.
GreMuserGreMuser 7 months ago
7.5
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7
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7
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10
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Timeless classic, opens very sharp/grassy/lemony, then dries down into a soft clean, fresh and elegant scent. Very versatile, must have.
TombbbTombbb 12 months ago
8
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I don't like fresh scents in general, but I'd definitely wear this one. Still would not justify paying regular price for the bottle.
JoaoMartinsJoaoMartins 12 months ago
8.5
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8
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7
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8
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Pure gentlemen perfection. Classy citrussy green fragrance with a salty/marine note that I absolutely love. Perfect for spring/summer time
KingPinKingPin 2 years ago
9.5
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8
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7
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7
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Ok, I caved and bought a full bottle. This is so much better than all the other similar things. Now I'm poor but smell really good! :)
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