Perfume of the week – 12 (2014)

Creed Green Irish Tweed

From house of Creed a Musky perfume

Cost around 160 USD

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Concentration: Eau de perfume

Family:              Powdery, Woody and floral

Gender:            Men

Perfumer:         Pierre Bourdon









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 (Ratings scale of 1 –  to 5 – ♦♦♦♦♦)


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Silage               ♦♦♦♦♦

Longevity         ♦♦♦♦



Evening ♦♦♦♦♦

Night out ♦♦♦♦♦

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Fall       ♦♦♦♦

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Summer ♦♦♦♦♦


My Comments:

Creed Green Irish Tweed is an very good classic nice fragrance, which can be found in very selected perfume stores, launched in 1985 by Pierre Bourdon for the house of Creed.

If I have to say as key word – “Classic, versatile and natural“

Swiss armies knife kind of the fragrance, Suitable for any season, a saver if you do not know what to ware, a good signature scent.

A natural green fresh fragrance like a morning dew, versatile and suitable for all season, Best opening with lemon verbena, Iris  and violet leaf mix a very good smell can last for 1-2 hours, then the heart note is a mix of green floral effect by Violet leaf, Iris and amber can last for 8-9 hours very toned green note, the base is the signature dried down of Creed amber, sandalwood and Cedarwood can last for 9-10 hours. Best opening and dried down a win win combination.

This scent is a unique classic versatile scent.

If I have to say (Try or Buy) a definite try!


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