This one is my favorite of the Polo line (unfortunately that isn't saying much). The melon and cucumber definitely gives it a good crispness right off the bat, and that combination is usually one of my favorite smells. It turns to citrus pretty quickly, and leaves behind all the aspects which would make me like it. To sum it up, it is intriguing at first but turns into a very run-of-the-mill aquatic within minutes.
Polo Blue by Ralph Lauren, 2002
Well this isn't that bad. There is Fresh Cucumber which is the most noticeable. But kind of synthetic. The 3 notes are exactly the as noted. It's very strong and pungent which can be offensive to some. Not bad fragrance. Not the best.
Polo Blue is a wonderful, clean, crisp scent that is worth every penny! However....(and this is true for nearly all Ralph Lauren frags) the atomizers that come on these bottles are very sub-par sprayer's (wide, puffy, weak spray pattern) an therefore you're probably getting only half of the juice that you might think you are applying! This fact could lead one to assume that the product is weak or not performing well. For a clean aquatic, I find this to last a good 6-7 hours on average which is very acceptable! Can't go wrong with Blue, just make sure you apply it correctly and it just might be great for everyday use or even signature scent! (8/10)
Very synthetic, generic and disappointing. I really have nothing much more to say about it, except it smells like just about every other safe aquatic scent out today with the addition of a cucumber note to the same old, same old mix. It won't offend anyone, but it is unlikely to impress either... certainly not me. I don't mind Polo Blue, but I wish I wouldn't have bought it. I recommend sticking to the original green bottle Polo which is a much, much better scent. 2.5 stars out of 5.
Gorgeous, fresh soapy and fruity. A bit like Davidoff Game but less fruit. Love it!
This is terrible. I was hoping that something might be wrong with the tester but it turns out the tester was fine. Synthetic mess is the best description of this fragrance and there's nothing else to add about it.
A stew of every cliche you can think of. Absolutely no unexpected, interesting or novel notes. Just a big, goofy, happy Golden retriever of a fragrance.
It dries down pretty quickly on my skin. A fresh fruity scent which is categorized as aromatic-fougere. I get a very pleasant combination of cucumber-melon contrasted against a base of woods and suede; and aromatic herbs play perfectly to fill the gaps and provide one of the best fresh scents produced by a mainstream house. I don't wear it myself due to the fact that it is really over worn! But if it's not a big deal for you, then give it a try! It has good longevity and projection. Overall: 7 out of 10.
My first cologne and the first one that stood out to me! I love this smell and it lasts literally all day
Think of the scent of the standard Polo colognes, as well as a few of the others, but with aquatic notes and a melon note. It initially starts with fruity top notes, but dries into a spicy scent similar to the original Polo (while still keeping its aquatic scent). It is overall pleasing and highly recommended. 7.5/10
Polo Blue by Ralph Lauren, 2002
By: Ralph Lauren
|Top Notes||Melon de Cavaillon, Watery Melon, Fresh Cucumber, Tangerine|
|Middle Notes||Basil, Clary Sage Absolute, Geranium|
|Base Notes||Washed Suede, Velvety Moss, Amber Wood, Patchouli Coeur, Sheer Musk|
|Perfumer||Carlos Benaim / Christophe Laudamiel [IFF]|
|Bottle Designer||Bormioli Rocco|
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