I had a feeling I'd like this even before I tried it, and I wasn't disappointed. If you love old school and green fragrances, like I do, Irisch Moos will not disappoint you.
I can certainly smell plenty
of moss in this, but what's even more striking is how intensely green it all
smells. This is one of the greenest
fragrances I know! It starts off with bracing
lime and mint, always a good opening for any green scent in my book. It soon shifts into its primary accord, which
is both green and spicy at once, and it is truly delightful.
Irisch Moos smells like
green moss, clover, grass and pine needles.
I'm sure these aren't all listed as notes in Irisch Moos, particularly
pine, but I'm describing what it smells like to me. Spicy notes of clove and nutmeg blend well
with the green notes and provide a welcome sharpness to the whole thing, so
you're not left smelling like algae in a stagnant, verdant bog. Being a cologne from the Sixties, Irisch Moos
also has a boozy, alcoholic, "cologney" undercurrent, which was so
common in the old school men's colognes from that era. I love it.
I own plenty of green
fragrances that I love, but I'm always game to add another great one to my
collection. Irisch Moos is a green scent
lover's dream come true. It is a unique and incredible masculine fragrance.
MY RATING: 9/10
Fragrance House: Sir