I wonder if it is at all possible for me to find out the name of a fragrance, a man's fragrance, that I once had back in the late 60s. I know that's a long time ago and it seems that most of the folks on these forums are not quite that old
But on the off chance that someone is here reading this who is of my generation or someone who just happens to like "history", here goes:
This fragrance was part of a 3 cologne set. That is it was sold with two other scents. Definitely masculine oriented in target audience. OK, now of the three, was the one I am interested in. I believe that it was colorless like water but not sure about that, I just throw that out. Second, I believe that it had some sort of connection with Scandanavia. Third its fragrance was very dry and crisp, sort of like I imagine cold Scandanavian winters.
Now that I am learning about scents and how to describe them I am thinking that this one was in the woodsy group for sure. Maybe with some fougere. I am thinking fir-pine-cedar too for the woodsy.
Does anyone happen to have ANY idea what I am talking about?
Thanks in advance for any help in this fragrance archaeology!
I'm afraid not.Does anyone happen to have ANY idea what I am talking about?