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    Default Silver Mountain Water

    Well, I don't know if anybody will be affected or will care, but I thought I'd just share this with you. I was at Saks Fifth Avenue today looking for a fragrance (which they were out of, thank you Sephora), and a very nice sales representative handed me four carded Creed samples.

    They were Tabarome Millesime, Virgin Island Water, Royal Water, and Silver Mountain Water.

    As I was returning home, however, I found the Silver Mountain Water to be misspelled... "Silver Montain Water". I don't know what to think. I wouldn't imagine anybody would fake a free vial of Creed sample, but wouldn't somebody notice such an obvious misspelling, especially in the factory?

    I just thought I should tell you guys, I know a lot of you have had experience with these kinds of things.
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    Default Re: Silver Mountain Water

    It's a simple misprint, nothing more.

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    I'm sure it's just a misprint or an innocent mispelling. They probably sell more of their product to English speaking countries, but French is their first language. If you got it in Saks, I would rule out fake. Who's going to fake test vials that are meant to be given away?

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    Default Re: Silver Mountain Water

    Yes, yes, I'm sorry if I implied I was worried it was fake, I just thought I'd post it up.
    Body Kouros, Fahrenheit and other designer bottles for trade in My Swap Thread

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    Smile Re: Silver Mountain Water

    Stick it on Ebay as a one off limited edition Creed sample and someone is certain to pay good money for it

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    Default Silver Mountain Water

    Interesting! After reading this I went and pulled my latest sample vial of SMW that I got at Saks. Same spelling "Montain".

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    Default Re: Silver Mountain Water

    Creed is right, you all are wrong. They've been spelling "mountain" "montain" since 1760 BC.

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    Default Re: Silver Mountain Water

    Quote Originally Posted by gerbick View Post
    creed is right, you all are wrong. They've been spelling "mountain" "montain" since 1760 bc.
    lol

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    Default Re: Silver Mountain Water

    The French word for mountain is "montagne".

    This may explain the misprint.

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