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Herrera Aqua (2005)
by Carolina Herrera


Herrera Aqua information

Year of Launch2005
AvailabilityIn Production
Average Rating
(based on 72 votes)

People and companies

HouseCarolina Herrera
PerfumerCarlos Benaim
PerfumerJean-Marc Chaillan
PerfumerRosendo Mateu
PackagingCarles Vila
Parent CompanyPuig Beauty & Fashion Group > Puig Prestige Beauty Brands

About Herrera Aqua

Herrera Aqua is a masculine fragrance by Carolina Herrera. The scent was launched in 2005 and the fragrance was created by perfumers Rosendo Mateu, Jean-Marc Chaillan and Carlos Benaim. The bottle was designed by Carles Vila

Herrera Aqua fragrance notes

Reviews of Herrera Aqua

An interesting
Lemon aquariental
With a Chanel vibe.
17th December, 2017
Tony T Show all reviews
United States
Classified as an Aromatic Aquatic by Fragrantica.. More of a light oriental/aquatic in my book..It does have some citrus in it though it's not the key factor in this scent.. Also their are some mild florals in the mid's before settling into a subtle musky drydown.. A change from most aquatics and worth giving a shot to but I prefer Rochas Aquaman to the aquatics but not really..
14th February, 2014
Years ago, this was actually my signature fragrance. Right before I wrote this review, I sprayed a hit on my wrist. I think the bottle I have has gone bad, or I just didn't know better years ago. Soapy, synthetic but for some reason, the ladies loved it. Guess I wasn't the only one who didn't know better. But the impact it left years ago is enough to give this one a thumbs up.
16th September, 2012
Imagine Burberry Touch. Now imagine it as an aquatic.

Results: Herrera Aqua by Carolina Herrera

Not my thing, but smells nice.
14th December, 2010 (last edited: 30th May, 2017)
Fresh, lemony, quite sweet. Synthetic.
Develops into quite a tiresome lemon-freshness that verges on the obnoxious.
Gives me a headache.
14th December, 2010
Man, by looking at the reviews one wouldn't know what to make of this scent other than to know it isn't very aquatic. People make such a big fuss about being aquatic but at the end of the day, water doesn't have a smell. In fact, if a fragrance doesn't smell like sea water, it shouldn't be considered aquatic. That would eliminate 95% of the so-called aquatics. And let me add, the original aquatic, the great Cool Water, didn't smell much like water either, but that wasn't much of an issue.

Enough rambling from me - I just want to say that this is a solid, unique fragrance. Mrs. Herrera took a gamble by creating an oriental-aquatic but I thoroughly enjoy it. Its the one scent from my collection I can put on without having to worry about any notes smelling funky or out of place. The smell is pleasant, lasting, well-balanced and multi-faceted. Though it is slightly sweet, and slightly powdery, it still manages to be masculine by the deft use of woods and spices. If I had to describe it in three words, they would be FRUITY (due to fig and mandarin), FRESH, & SOFT. Girls like it and its just right for the spring to fall months. What more could one ask?

Well done Mrs. Herrera.
04th May, 2010

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