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Issey Miyake L’Eau Bleue D’Issey Review

Thursday, 31st July, 2014

L'eau Bleue D'Issey By Issey Miyake Review

L’eau Bleue D’Issey is a fragrance by Issey Miyake which was released back in 2004. It comes in a large, carved out glass bottle with a plastic metallic top.

It’s quite a strange scent when you first smell it, a combination of fresh, green spicy notes are combined with a woody aroma, which makes it slightly manly but also citrus flavour. The citrus and fresh odour make it a good choice for day time in the spring or summer, I can see it being worn in a summer afternoon in a beer garden somewhere. It’s quite a strong, potent fragrance, and the spray is large and wide, so there is no need to over-use or over-spray this one. If you’re looking for a spicy but citrus scent for the summer, and want something not too many people will be wearing, this is worth considering.

Best season to wear – Spring/Summer
Scent type – Citrus/Light Spicy
Age Recommendation – 21+
Best Worn – Daytime, Casual

Top Notes – Rosemary, Lime, Orangewood

Middle Notes – Ginger, Lavender, Cypress

Base Notes – Sandalwood, Amber, Patchouli

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Michael Adams

Written By: Michael

Founder and editor of Michael 84, A UK men's blog covering everything in fashion, style, tech, grooming, fragrances and lifestyle.


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