Guerlain Homme L'Eau Boisée by Guerlain

Guerlain Homme L'Eau Boisée 2012

09.05.2021 - 03:51 PM
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Guerlain Woody Lime

That's what it is,"fancy" name aside.

With this fragrance you get an amalgamation of notes (including lime and wood) combined to smell like fresh, woody lime. Much in the same way they did with Vetiver.

Performance is great, about what you would expect from a Guerlain EdT; sillage isn't far, but that's a good thing.

It's a fresh, yet mature scent wearable day or night; preferably when it's hot or at least warm. Present is also that famous Guerlain seriousness (woody vanilla); maybe not as ostensibly as in non-fresh Guerlain scents, but it's there.

If Homme EdP reflects a guy hanging out at a soirée having a certain drink, then Homme l'Eau Boiseé reflects owner of where this shindig is thrown. He makes his own lime drinks, on a cutting board, with his own handpicked limes, at any time of day. Because that's how he rolls.

You could also draw a comparison between this woody lime scent and a certain woody orange scent released prior. But, limes and oranges.
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