Cool Water by Davidoff: The Review

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Cool Water by Davidoff is a man's marine herbal fragrance. Cool Water was started in 1988. Pierre Bourdon is the nose behind the fragrance. The top notes are seawater, lavender, mint, green notes, rosemary, calon and coriander; the middle notes are sandalwood, neroli, geranium and jasmine; the base notes are musk, tobacco, maple, cedar and amber.

Cool Water is fresh and steep, quick and very masculine. Top notes include mint and lime tones, lavender, coriander and rosemary. The notes of the heart include geranium, neroli, jasmine and sandalwood. The base consists of cedarwood, musk, amber and tobacco. It was founded by Pierre Bourdon in 1988.

In addition, the base notes at the end of the life-cycle of the fragrance induce a specific division as the fragrance becomes bitter due to its fattyness. Overall, however, it is received favorably and enjoys a wide age range.

What We Like

  • Awesome summer scent
  • It's really refreshing.
  • Will suit all age ranges
  • Don't soil your clothing
  • The scent has passionate followers

What We Don’t Like

  • Not long-lasting
  • Average projection

Who Is This Product For

It's a lovely perfume and a must-have for any man who loves fragrances. It's a very apt word for "Cool Water" because it has a very soothing effect on people. As I scolded my brother to tell me more about this smell, I realized that it was probably one of the fragrances that started his love for perfumes. He was going to wear this one, every day and all year. He added that the fragrance doesn't last for long, say about four hours, and then starts to fade and is a very calming summer fragrance. It's dry to light up aquatic musk, and it's perfect for guys who want to be safe and sporty.


Cool Water from Davidoff contains mint, seawater and rosemary as top notes, lavender, jasmine, geranium and neroli as heart notes, and oakmoss, musk and sandalwood as basic notes.

The above-mentioned aquatic notes ensure that there is some continuity in the life-cycle of Cool Water that is linearly bounded. However, this should not be seen as a shortcoming, as the topic is definitely appealing. The head isn't brief, but it's definitely short-lived. It's the heart, however, that's especially fleeting.
If you don't remember to smell it in time, you probably missed it. The foundation is surprisingly long-lasting, partially due to aldehyde musk. That said, it's not without adjustments that aren't inherently optimistic.

How To Use It

Cool Water by Davidoff goes well for all sorts of outfits. You must use it directly on your body to retain the smell longer. Similarly, the scent appears to rub a little too quickly on textiles, which is not always attractive. If the wearer sprays his neck, it can be quickly transferred to his jacket. Stale Cool Water is not especially good when the jacket is worn a few days later and does not contrast well with the fragrances.

Cool Water is a quintessential summer scent in terms of seasonality. Its ocean breeze notes exude coastal night-clubs, summer drinks and sand between your toes at sunset.


Chypre-Siam by Rogue Perfumery

It blends Kaffir lime, lemongrass and basil in a bright green top accord. It has an astringent bite that appeals to you every time you wear it. The heart of Cyprus-Siam is the florals of jasmine and ylang-ylang with a leather accord. This is where the animal things begin to transform. The leather captures the indolence and fleshiness of the floral ingredients. Then it comes together over a classic, nonsensical chypre accord. True velvety, shady oakmoss covers sandalwood along with civet, providing the continuation of the animal facets from the heart.


Cool Water by Davidoff is a very relaxing fine cologne. It's a faint woody citrus scent of the chemistry of my body. It's the perfect cologne to suit every occasion, and a lot of people wear it every day. Your wife would love the perfume to last a long time. It is also an ideal scent to wear in the evening rather than during the day. That said, the smell wouldn't feel out of place at the wheel of a convertible under the beating sun.

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