Utterly boring aquatic stuff, this concoction. No surprises here, you've smelled it a hundered times before. Made to not offend rather than to impress. Next!
Released in 2001 as a limited edition summer scent. Difficult to find in shops, sometimes a few pop up on eBay. There's surprisingly little information to be found on this Eau Sauvage flanker. Only one review here on Basenotes before I wrote this one. Bottle sizes at the time of release are unknown. I've only come across 200ml/6.7oz bottles so far. Half decent pictures of the frosted glass bottle and its semi-transparent box are few and far between.
That's all well and groovy, but how does it smell? Eau Sauvage 100% Glaçon is a fresher interpretation of classic Eau Sauvage brought about by the addition of menthol in its formula. Opens with a blast of mentholated citrus and then quickly settles into familiar vintage Eau Sauvage territory. This one still contains a healthy dose of oakmoss in its formula. Very nice. A great addition to the wardrobe of an Eau Sauvage lover IMO.
14th December, 2012 (last edited: 22nd February, 2016)