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    Green Aromatic ?
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    Aquatic

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    Creed website calls it "Green Classical".

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    Default Re: What fragrance category does GIT fall into ?

    "Hyped-Up"

    but i think its a "Green Aquatic" is that makes any sense

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    the "Awesome" category.

    haha... no really i'd say Green/Floral.

    i don't get an aquatic vibe from it at all, but whatever...
    Last edited by TalkingMuffin; 10th July 2010 at 07:32 PM.

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    I'd call it a green aquatic............I think the aquatic vibe is in the opening. Gotta buy some more.

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    fresh/green/floral/wood

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    Violet overload? LOL.

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    Green/floral is most appropriate.

    For the life of me I could never figure out why some classify it as an "aquatic"...I guess there are oceans and beaches around the world drowning in violet leaves..
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    Yup. Pretty much smells green-floral to me. I never get the aquatic vibe nor the 'much talked about' similarities with Cool Water either.

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    Same here Diamondflame, I don't get the aquatic vibe at all, the similarities with Cool Water are very distand an dim to me.
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    Default Re: What fragrance category does GIT fall into ?

    green fougere (fresh)

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    Quote Originally Posted by zztopp View Post
    Green/floral is most appropriate.

    For the life of me I could never figure out why some classify it as an "aquatic"...I guess there are oceans and beaches around the world drowning in violet leaves..
    hahaha... well said...

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    woody floral

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    I agree with green and floral.

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    Default Re: What fragrance category does GIT fall into ?

    Quote Originally Posted by pluran View Post
    green fougere (fresh)
    This is probably closest to my current perception. On another thread, our local CPL perfumer David classified Cool Water as a citrus fougère and not an aquatic. I checked out Cool Water shortly afterwards, to see if I could perceive it that way. Not only was I totally seeing that combination, but (a) I was suddenly 100% on board with GIT similarity, AND (b) it sort of stole the magic, just like when Turin said chypre comes crashing off the wall when you "get" the components.
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