Virgin Island Water
Virgin Island Water was inspired by a sailing trip near Ginger Island in the Caribbean. This unisex perfume celebrates the tropical splendor and exotic scents carried by the Trade Winds of Sir Francis Drake Channel.
It opens with a citrusy cocktail of white bergamot, Jamaican lime, Sicilian mandarin. The citruses are accompanied by a note of copra, the white inner flesh of the coconut. The heart includes intensive Indian jasmine and sweet hibiscus, exotic ylang-ylang and cold, spicy ginger. The base of the composition includes sugar cane, musk and white rum. Virgin Island Water was launched in 2007. Virgin Island Water was created by Olivier Creed Sixth Generation and Erwin Creed Seventh Generation.
Essence of copra (the white inner portion of the coconut); lime of the Antilles; white bergamot and mandarin orange from Sicily, Hibiscus, ginger, ylang-ylang and Indian jasmine, Sugar cane and white rum of the Antilles, musk from Tonkin.
I love it!
satisfied with product, smells good, kind of reminds me of fruit loops, very sweet smelling, kind of more feminine, imo... hadn't worn it out yet, so can't speak on longevity
I kept hearing about how excessive the coconut in this fragrance is. That is what drew me to it. I just knew it would be the perfect fragrance that would be masculine enough with a present coconut note. I just knew that by it being an expensive Creed fragrance, that it would smell expensive as well. The perfume did not meet my expectation. When I sprayed it on, the opening is very reminiscent of "OFF," the mosquito repellent. The lime here is just too much for my taste. The dry-down is more pleasant but still much the same. The fragrance is too familiar and in my opinion, not worth the price for a full bottle.
Just finished my decant today and I’m looking forward to grabbing another as soon as possible.
Great fragrance not cut at all