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    Default Green Irish Tweed by Creed (1985)

    This was an extremely popular scent in the late '80's and into the 90's. It is pleasant, a sporty green sort of scent. Although Creed claims not to use artificial notes, I detect something like an ozonic note here. Herbal note from the verbena, aromatic and somewhat like basil. Salty note from the ambergris.
    Notes:
    Top Notes: Lemon, Verbena
    Heart Notes: Iris, Violet leaf
    Base notes: Mysore sandalwood, Ambergris
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    Default Re: Green Irish Tweed by Creed (1985)

    My favorite from Creed's more modern scents. It has held up significantly better over time compared to many of its other releases.
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    Default Re: Green Irish Tweed by Creed (1985)

    One of my favorites from the house of creed.
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