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Eryo Blue (2004)
by Yves Rocher

Eryo Blue information

Year of Launch2004
GenderMasculine
AvailabilityIn Production
Average Rating
(based on 11 votes)

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HouseYves Rocher

About Eryo Blue

Eryo Blue is a masculine fragrance by Yves Rocher. The scent was launched in 2004

Reviews of Eryo Blue

The longevity is poor and it is a bit synthetic-smelling. However, I do get a lot of compliments when I wear it. Good price, as well.
14th September, 2011
Boring, somehow disappointing fragrance. No complexity, First you get mint shot. What remains reminds some Cool Water cheap reminder. Very forgettable. I am sorry I had bought it.
27th March, 2010
The top notes are fruity and acquatic. Very well done, at that. There's something that emerges after a few minutes that is somewhat sexual or animalic. The top notes honestly smell kind of like kool-aid.

The dry-down is more powdery, but retains some of the fruity sweetness. Longevity is fairly short.
22nd November, 2009
Tony T Show all reviews
United States
A VERY SIMPLE AND PLAIN MINTY/FRESH SCENT. not bad but also not intoxicating. lacks projection but is a scent for the wearer and not his admirer's. nice smell but weak!!!
02nd November, 2009
Very fresh take on orientals and holds true to its moniker. Definitely a bluer scent than Eryo. Toss in just the right amount of calone in an oriental and you get this interesting stuff. Does not seem to last long enough on me to warrant a purchase but it's fairly nice for the price nonetheless. Very casual.
07th September, 2009
This is light and refreshing. Not strong at all. I like this and the Eryo. Eryo is better, but this is nice. Kind of aquatic, crisp. Lasts a while too.
25th January, 2009

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