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Very Cool for Men (2006)
by Tommy Bahama


Very Cool for Men information

Year of Launch2006
AvailabilityIn Production
Average Rating
(based on 80 votes)

People and companies

HouseTommy Bahama
Parent CompanyGemini Cosmetics

About Very Cool for Men

Very Cool for Men is a masculine fragrance by Tommy Bahama. The scent was launched in 2006

Reviews of Very Cool for Men

The worst of the TB Set Sail series. All of this line are variations on a tropical fruit punch with a little sun tan lotion spice thrown in. Very Cool is a lemon mojito with some spice and dash of coconut. It smells very tropical and tart on initial application but dries down to nothing within 20 minutes. Sillage is as low as the longevity. If you want a tropical vacation scent and don't want to spend the money for Virgin Island Water or EROLFA, look at St. Barts or Martinique in this series, or TB Island Life. All three offer better formulations, notes, sillage and longevity.
16th April, 2015
Smells good, but doesn't last. Cant beat it for the price!
26th May, 2014
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United States
Very safe scent to buy blind. The women will love this scent I can assure you of that. Longevity is somewhat weak as it last about 4 hours on me. The name very cool describes this cologne very well. I do like the scent, but its not one that i would brag about. However the women will brag about it, I havent had a women not like it yet. I found this cologne at a local discount store for dirt cheap so you cant go wrong with this scent as long as you get it for a reasonable price. Oh yeah and i actually really love the bottle and cap.
12th August, 2012
I really enjoyed this one and unlike many others I actually like it better than Set Sail St. Barts. Very Cool is a fun, beachy, boozy scent that has a real crisp edge with the lemon note that is pretty prominent. I've seen the 3.4 as low as $15. Can't go wrong at that price for a casual summer scent.
31st July, 2012
No thanks T, this one's a bust. It's a metallic, unpleasant mojito (I guess) accord. I don't really see this fitting in with TB's tropical motif, as the smell just becomes off putting. I was actually kind of grateful that the sillage and longevity were weak when I tested it.
27th July, 2011
An initially lemony aquatic, sharp and almost soapy, but with a nice amount of underlying wood in the background. Sniffing the topnotes up close, in spite of the slight burn, is truly exhilarating: bracing like an Irish Spring-type soap with mint, grasses and grapefruit, and a surprising lack of sweetness for a designer aquatic. I don't know if I get fatigued to it quickly, or if it really is too topnote-heavy, but I find it weakening significantly after only a few minutes. Still, what's remaining is a lightly woody, watery grass scent...very natural and unwaveringly maintaining its un-sweetness. I love this reedy, bamboo-y dry grass aura in all the other fragrances where I've found it, though I get more tea and more dry soapiness alongside it in Very Cool. Thus, I will still happily give it a thumbs up in spite of its weakness. I wish all tropical-themed fragrances could feel this natural.
27th June, 2011

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