Thanks MisterK. The fragrance I am thinking of is from the 1970s. To me it smells like someone added a lot of herbs to Bowling Green by Geoffrey Beene, or, added a lot of lemon and lemon verbena to Polo Green. That should be enough to get this one.
Is it in production or discontinued?
Paco Rabanne pour homme
It is in production and is not Paco Rabanne. Like Paco Rabanne, it does spray through the cap. It is from the first half of the 1970s.
Correct! I wore it today - the first time in ages and was struck by how much it smells like a cross between Polo and Bowling Green. Your turn Perfume Collector.
This perfume is an american perfume launched before 2000.
It has been discontinued already.
I've never seen it mentioned neither here nor in the main forum.
It is basically woods, no citric notes but with a hint of spices and it comes in a frosted glass bottle.
Aramis Havana Reserva?
The shape of the bottle reminds me a lot of the original Polo bottle, even the cap is very similar.
It is clear frosted glass and the color of the juice is similar to Chrome but with a shade of green.
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