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    Green Irish Tweed by Creed

    Freshness and confidence in a bottle, that's Green Irish Tweed. If you're looking for a fragrance that heightens and sustains that fresh from the shower feeling of clean throughout the day, you've found it.

    Maybe that's because GIT smells a lot like the original Irish Spring bar soap from the late 1970s to mid-1980s. (Not what Irish Spring calls "original" now or any of their myriad variations.)

    There's only a superficial comparison between Cool Water and GIT. Spray one on each arm, compare the notes, and see for yourself. Cool Water is sweet, minty and synthetic, with a huge Grape Kool-Aid accord. GIT is green herbal, spicy and natural-smelling, with verbena, iris and violet leaves driving the scent.

    If you can appreciate the difference between eating at McDonald's (Cool Water) and enjoying a meal prepared by a master chef from freshly grown, high quality ingredients (Green Irish Tweed), you will have no trouble navigating between the two.

    A truly bracing and refreshing scent that's as versatile as a Swiss Army knife: day, evening, office, date, casual, formal, all seasons.

    20th August, 2009 (Last Edited: 09 June, 2012)