Green Irish Tweed
Green Irish Tweed by Creed is a classic Fougere fragrance. One of the signature scents of the house of Creed, this "walk through the Irish countrywide" is a favorite of many celebrities. The fragrance is rich, fresh, sporty and unforgettable.
Green Irish Tweed opens with top notes of iris and lemon verbena. The middle notes include violet leaves. The base notes are ambergris and Mysore sandalwood. Green Irish Tweed was launched in 1985. The nose behind this fragrance is Olivier Creed Sixth Generation.
French verbena, Florentine iris, Violet leaves, Sandalwood from Mysore, ambergris
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Creed Green Irish Tweed ~ AWESOME scent
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I definitely will be ordering additional scents
I'm a huge fan of GIT. I have purchased 1ml samples from other online stores and loved it. This time I ordered a 6ml split from SP. My next stop hopefully sooner than later will be a full bottle. Grassy, fresh, clean, and good for any occasion.
I wore Cool Water in the 90’s, which is similar. Personally it’s hard to revisit a perfume I once wore. Nevertheless, this is still a great fragrance. If I smelled it on anyone else, I would probably compliment them.