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North Atlantic is an aromatic aquatic seawater fragrance that launched in 2010 and was created by Christopher Brosius. It was originally created as a new accord for a fragrance he launched in 2005 called At the Beach 1966 but he then decided to launch it individually. North Atlantic features notes of cold sea water, driftwood and minerals. It is a water perfume.
CB I HATE PERFUME NORTH ATLANTIC REVIEWS
Fragrantica: Was gifted this by my brother and I have to say it's the most realistic sea scent I've ever experienced. There is no sunscreen. No coconut. No tropical scents. Pure ocean mist bottled. If you've ever used Swedish Dream Sea Salt soaps or lotion - it smells identical.
Fragrantica: This is truly the smell of the sea - a salty breeze, rolling waves, and no coast in sight. There's not a lot of sillage, it's a private scent. It did combine it with Ocean/Eternal Return once, which worked out very well.
Makeup Alley: North Atlantic is a fresh, salty, watery accord. Clean and not sweet at all. Like a more nuanced (and more pleasant) version of the Demeter scent Salt Air. I like to put it on in summer, and only wear a little bit. For this reason the bottle will probably last me forever. Still, I would miss it once it ran out. As with all the accords, it's a tad expensive but as an experience it's so interesting that once I found one I liked, I was happy to get it.