The smell of Gingerale (from a distance), through a fog of sea mist. LOL.
A more interesting version of the likeable Original Burberry Sport, to me.
Much better performance as well.
09th May, 2013 (last edited: 05th May, 2014)
The average person won't be able to tell this scent from the original Burberry Sport, however comparing them side by side, there are a few subtle differences.
The opening of Sport Ice has a salty tang to it, which I assume is the "Cool Marine Breeze", mixed in with the original's Wheat/Ginger. This is actually disappointing to me, as I found the unconventional combination is Sport to be refreshing. I would have been much more satisfied if the Cool Marine Breeze hadn't dominated.
Dries down to a slightly Salty Amber-Ginger, which is really nice... though as I said in my review of the original Sport, I would have loved a stronger Ginger presence.
Overall Sport is good- it doesn't warrant paying more, and I was able to get mine on sale, but there are very few reasons to prefer/disapprove of it over the original.
Fresh and clean and smells a hell of a lot like the infamous Aqua di Gio (fresh, clean smelling laundry) but much more woodsier. I quite like it but it's a "pick-me up" kind of scent, not really a daily wear.
Bought it last week, as I m for the moment totaly in the Burberry mood :-) Very fresh, kind of Perry Ellis Red, but better IMO...
I thought this would be interesting since I live in very hot and humid climes... I wanted something cool, refreshing, that would smell good while keeping me refreshed. I had all the wrong expectations I guess. This juice was bad, and the smell was nostril-piercing. I resisted the urge to wash it off with a brillo-pad and waited for the drydown, which was moderately alright, but a far cry from what I expected from Burberry.