L’Eau Bleue d’lssey Pour Homme by Isse Miyake for men won the 2005 FiFi award as star perfumer Jacques Cavallier, himself departed his knowledge and hard work in the making of this terrific fragrance. Launched in the market in the year 2004, this splendid perfume became an instant favorite for men as the all-manly wooden aromatic essence started doing its captivating round.
This is indeed one of the most sought after perfume accredited for its strong passionate aroma and its hour-long longevity that goes on and on. Defined as a Eau De Toilette with a muscular scent, the fragrance is divided into three distinct layers- the introductory note being mandarin orange, rosemary, lime and orange wood. The smooth blend of these citrus powerhouses allows the perfume to start off a robust energetic appeal. The heart or the middle layer sets in following the first note cypress and juniper berries as a replacement to the citrus fragrance while pink pepper on ginger and lavender takes away credit for most of the spicy sweet essence.
The perfume calms down towards the end as a base of authentic mind-calming wooden essence lingers around you. Using amber and sandalwood with oakmoss and atlas cedar- one can also feel a strong essence of minty patchouli as a last straw of refreshment before this brilliant elixir finally comes to a conclusion.
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