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    Default Cartier Pasha Eau Genereuse?

    I notice in my occasional browsing that there's a Cartier Pasha Eau Genereuse out there now. However, I don't see any reviews anywhere for this.

    Has anyone here tried it? Any thoughts on what this one is like? I happen to like the original Pasha, so I'm wondering what's different about Eau Genereuse.
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    Default Re: Cartier Pasha Eau Genereuse?

    Quote Originally Posted by echerub View Post
    I notice in my occasional browsing that there's a Cartier Pasha Eau Genereuse out there now. However, I don't see any reviews anywhere for this.

    Has anyone here tried it? Any thoughts on what this one is like? I happen to like the original Pasha, so I'm wondering what's different about Eau Genereuse.
    I don't know the Pasha version, but I have the Déclaration Eau Généreuse by Cartier. It is phenomenal. The base of Déclaration with a beautiful, airy eau-de-cologne top.
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    Default Re: Cartier Pasha Eau Genereuse?

    I've not heard of that - I was in Harrods yesterday and talking to the Cartier rep there and she didn't mention anything to me about that (although she did give me samples of Declaration Essence which is fantastic).

    I love Pasha too btw - women find it very sexy, it must be that musky animalic quality it has.

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    Default Re: Cartier Pasha Eau Genereuse?

    All of the Eau Genereuse scents that Cartier has, are 'cologne-type' renditions of their mens scents (Declaration, Pasha, Eau de Cartier and Must Pour Homme).

    I have not smelled PEG, but I would imagine it's a very light version of Pasha. Doesn't sound promising, if you ask me. But then I never really liked the original Pasha.
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    Default Re: Cartier Pasha Eau Genereuse?

    Ah, okay, so the eau genereuse versions are pretty much EDC versions of the originals. I could probably do without adding that to my wardrobe, then... maybe I'll give it a try if I come across a tester on a counter, but there are a few other more enticing frags still calling for me
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    Default Re: Cartier Pasha Eau Genereuse?

    I'll second JaimeB in saying that Declaration Eau Genereuse is very fine.
    These Eaux Genereuse come out in the summer in large bottles. I think they
    just tone down some of the heavier notes from the parent scent. The one for
    Declaration is very close to the original. Both are great.
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