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Green Irish Tweed by Creed Review

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February 2021 (WHAT'S NEW?)


Green Irish Tweed by Creed Review
Description
Creed’s Green Irish Tweed has been cemented as one of the most classic men’s fragrances for its deeply masculine and complex scent. It will bring you to what many could only imagine to be the Irish countryside, as verbena and iris conjure a very green imagery. The smell soon becomes more complex because of the introduction of violet leaf. Sandalwood and ambergris round it out to become a classy scent that feels as if it has been around forever, but that is not for everyone.
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Positives
The greenery could be enjoyed longer with its impressive staying power
Masculine scent is spruced with right amount of citrus
Could be worn for most occasions, save maybe for winter
Pretty versatile and could pass for unisex
Negatives
Can feel old-fashioned for younger frag heads
Smells a bit like Cool Water, which is more affordable than Creed’s
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Green Irish Tweed is just one of Creed’s signature scents. Released in 1985, it was supposedly created by the house for Cary Grant, one of Old Hollywood’s most revered actors, but has also earned fans in other celebrities such as Robert Redford and George Clooney.

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