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“Cooler Cool Water”

CREED : Green Irish Tweed

by Creed (1985)

Formulated at a time when male scents where different. No advertisement, marketed at the guys who knew. Creed worked with Bourdon, who would later create DAVIDOFF: Cool Water (1988) (adding calone); upping the subtly used dihydromyrcenol. Formulated for Cary Grant. It's the Ur-Cool Water (sans the laundry musk), predated by BEENE: Grey Flannel (1975).

Very fresh, barbershop-like start; almost annoyingly green and acquatic and shaving cream.

powderdy (iris) citrus (verbena). Simple formulation.

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