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    Default New Tradition, ETRO, information anyone?

    The Etro's have much discussion on this board,but New Tradition is not much discussed about. Is it because it's not that interesting ,is it more masculine than feminine.
    Has anyone info about it?

    By the way, I don't own any Etro, have two samples though ,of Anice and Sandalo

    regards,eric

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    Default Re: New Tradition, ETRO, information anyone?

    I have a sample and it's growing on me.

    The Vetiver, clove and musk steal the show. I don't detect the advertised rose or geranium, possibly a hint of lavender. It comes across as kind of "tweedy" with a pinch of leather, best way I can illustrate it. Yes, quite masculine and attractive.

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    Default Re: New Tradition, ETRO, information anyone?

    Sound good! thanks for the reply.

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    Default Re: New Tradition, ETRO, information anyone?

    NEW TRADITION = green, masculine Aromatics Elixir.

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