Creed Virgin Island Water Cologne is a fresh fragrance that was created to celebrate a sailing adventure to Ginger Island, part of the Caribbean Islands. This fragrance will take you straight to the best vacation you ever had on an island paradise, the cool breezes blowing across a frosty rum punch, the tropical flowers blowing in the ocean breeze. Notes of coconut, lime, bergamot, mandarin, orange, hibiscus, ginger, ylang, jasmine, sugar, rum, tonkin musk.
Reviews of Creed Virgin Island Water Cologne from noses that may or may not sniff like your nose.
from influenster - "It's the perfect classy men's tropical vacation scent. Lime and coconut without smelling boozy or cheap."
"When I imagine the perfect fresh summer fragrance, this is it. There is a combination of exotic citruses that blends together with that meaty white coconut; then, this light, spicy ginger and florals - like jasmine - come together seamlessly."
from apetogentlman - "If this UK weather is playing havoc with your positivity. And you’re reminiscing about that glorious sun-filled, summer holiday back in July. Then Creed Virgin Island Water might just be the tonic. Dubbed, “The ultimate holiday fragrance” it’s plethora of intoxicating tropical summer scents are inspired by the Trade Winds. Imagine floating across the sky blue, equatorial waters of the Caribbean."
from other reviewers - "Take Virgin Island Water with you if you’re expecting a refreshing, boozy trip to the beach, or if you’re stuck in the office dreaming of one. The notes that take the spotlight—coconut, rum and lime—help improve the experience for us because of its natural quality. It projects nicely, but not too much, and quickly progresses as a skin scent in the passing hours. Virgin Island Water works as great in the summer as it would in the cold."
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||Creed Virgin Island Water Cologne
||Olivier Creed/Erwin Creed
||Essence of copra (coconut meat), Antilles lime, white bergamot, Sicilian mandarin orange, hibiscus, ginger, ylang-ylang, Indian jasmine, Antilles sugar cane, Antilles rum and Tonkin musk
|Country of Origin