Guerlain Eau de Cologne du Coq was created in 1894 by Aimé Guerlain. It is a fresh citrus fragrance that was designed as a hymn to France to be reminiscent of a spring morning. Du Coq is as light as a gentle breeze and features top notes of orange, neroli, bergamot and lemon; middle notes of patchouli, lavender and jasmine; and base notes of sandalwood and oakmoss. It is an eau de cologne, edc.
From Basenotes - "This beautiful scent for summer evenings is not a refreshing daytime cologne, but a refined citrus-base creation than has so many other facets to it that discern it from many other, less complex Eau de Colognes. The quality of the ingredients is excellent, especially in older vintage samples, and is is blended exquisitely."