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    Default Patrick by Fragrances of Ireland

    Do any of you guys have any input on this scent? Thanks.

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    Default Re: Patrick by Fragrances of Ireland

    Citrus, musky, fern, with a leathery mossy down. Someone once remarked how it is Kouros Lite. I'd agree with that.

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    Default Re: Patrick by Fragrances of Ireland

    Thats it!
    Quote Originally Posted by DuNezDeBuzier View Post
    Citrus, musky, fern, with a leathery mossy down. Someone once remarked how it is Kouros Lite. I'd agree with that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DuNezDeBuzier View Post
    Citrus, musky, fern, with a leathery mossy down. Someone once remarked how it is Kouros Lite. I'd agree with that.
    Thanks. Sounds like its worth a try for the price.

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    I didn't get much relation to Kouros

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    I remember that I tried it and did not like it.
    For those about to stink, I salute you!

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    Default Re: Patrick by Fragrances of Ireland

    Quote Originally Posted by MonkeyBars View Post
    I didn't get much relation to Kouros
    Neither did I. I bought it blind and while it is good, I personally would not have bought it had I sampled it first... Could do a lot worse though for the money, IMO.
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    Default Re: Patrick by Fragrances of Ireland

    Nice fern with a bit of barnyard.

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    Default Re: Patrick by Fragrances of Ireland

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Stinky View Post
    I remember that I tried it and did not like it.
    Same here.

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    Website mentions pine and patchouli, do these notes not play a big part in this juice?

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    Default Re: Patrick by Fragrances of Ireland

    Big fan here, check my review in the directory (once that is back online).
    Patrick is a very nice mossy scent, with hints of wood, leather, citrus and a bracing sea breeze. Good value.
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    Default Re: Patrick by Fragrances of Ireland

    Yes, Ody -

    It is a classic Aromatic Fougere with a very nice green 'spine' within the composition...both fern and oakmoss are in here. In my humble opinion, one of the best modern fougeres made in the classic style with a light/faint hint of hay/peat moss that is reminiscent of the fields in Ireland. To me, it is a very natural scent with high quality ingredients. I hold it in very high regard. For those that love classic Aromatic Fougeres...this is definitely a bottle you should have.

    I held-off for some time as I adore classic fougeres (including Vintage Paco Rabanne Pour Homme), but this is unique and wonderful. Not the most complex scent - but it doesn't need to be. It is so 'wearable' and great for outdoors in warmer weather; indoors - year-round.

    Excellent fragrance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by odysseusm View Post
    Big fan here, check my review in the directory (once that is back online).
    Patrick is a very nice mossy scent, with hints of wood, leather, citrus and a bracing sea breeze. Good value.
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