One of the best selling fragrances ever. This fragrance along with Eternity by Calvin Klein, sparked a reinterest in the fresh fougere market. A Cool Water for Women was launched in 1997.

Cool Water fragrance notes

  • Head

    • Lavender, Coriander, Peppermint, Rosemary, Orange Blossom.
  • Heart

    • Jasmine, Oakmoss, Geranium, Sandalwood.
  • Base

    • Amber, Musk, Sandalwood, Cedar

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Very easy to wear! Clean, fresh, and aquatic. The bottle definitely matches the scent. A classic! I was lucky enough to come across a vendor who is selling brand new and sealed boxes of the original formula which comes across as more green and piney. Previously, I wore the updated Cool Water which is what we see being sold all over the place now.

Fragrances in general tend to die pretty quickly on me and this is no exception. Within an hour, I can't even smell it even if I sprayed it ten times on myself. That is my only complaint about this fragrance.

Other than that, it's totally safe. If I can't decide what to wear, this is usually what I'm grabbing.
21st March 2023
If you don't like it, then you don't like it. Cool water could easily be sold at 5 times the price under a different name by a different house and it would fly off the shelves. A wonderful summer fragrance, has a happiness about it and makes me feel good. I first wore it in my teens, 30 years on and I still enjoy it.
It's had many comparisons to Green Irish Tweed for good reason. They are different but share a similar DNA . Cool Water can be picked at such a reasonable price that it's a no brainer to put one in your wash bag.
4th February 2023

A strong, clean and long lasting scent, a classic. I kept on getting pleasant whiffs of this through out the day.
28th October 2022
I've known Cool Water for.. let me think... over 25 years now and yes, it was different from what it is now. Apparently I had a chance to buy Green Irish Tweed occasionally and let me tell you a story...

Cool Water in 90's was stronger, less chemical to me than it is now. Right off the bat it was lush greennes, I felt mainly sea accord, lavender, mint and sandalwood. That's it. It was quite a lot similar to how GIT smells nowadays (to me and my nose). I've used plenty of bottles, it was one of my first real scents, I started using it when I was 15 (eventhough it didn't really fit me, I didn't care, I liked the smell). I went through... liters of it, no joke. And suddenly I got bored. I started bashing it.

I got a bottle this year. All the memories of youth... They're back! You know what? Yes, it's waaay different than GIT in... first few hours. In the drydown, the similarity is bigger than I've ever thought it can be. Now I can smell it.

Still, I think it's a good perfume. One of my spring and summer stables. Hopefully, from now on, for a long
15th August 2022
The Bourdon classic that was released three years after Olivier Creed bought a prototype formula for a suit and a promise. Not much more to be said. Green, fresh, and timeless.
9th June 2022
What is there to say about Cool Water that hasn't already been said a thousand times already? Professor Xavier might wear this (he would never wear GIT) on a summer day while mutants are at peace with the humans, but you'd never smell a student wear it at the Academy. It immediately evokes fatherliness, even if that's not its original intent. I'm personally very neutral to this. I sometimes wear it on casual summer days, but modern blues are more on trend. It doesn't hurt to own a bottle, they can be had dirt cheap at discounters online or at rack stores. Or you could just swipe the bottle from your dad's bedroom. He'll get another one for his birthday anyway.
22nd February 2022
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