This is unisex on the right woman but it leans towards "British gentleman" in nature.
I do love how this smells on men and have worn it myself from time to time. This calming herbal outdoorsy Irish spring type of scent really pleases me.
And while Cary Grant may have worn GIT, I doubt it was created for him, as some claim. There's always the comparison to Cool Water, which is ridiculous. It becomes more and more interesting as it dries down. Just an overall classy fragrance that can be worn during the day and out at night. Green Irish Tweed is the smell of victory, elegance, and pride mixed into one beautiful black bottle. When blasted out of Creed's ultra sprayer, you will be showered with the freshest, greenest, and most natural scent of lemon verbena, which will quickly be softened up by the violet leaf and sandalwood.
In any case, he wore GIT only fleetingly, given he died the year after its release. hcrv, if you want to learn about which chemicals are in GIT, literally all you have to do is look at the ingredients list on the box. Then there are the same individuals who say they note the smell of chemicals, but don't have any info on them being added to the fragrance. The scent will hypnotize your senses, providing you with an almost overwhelming synesthetic experience that transports you to another time and place.
10/10 Fragrance Review For Green Irish Tweed By Creed Top Notes Lemon Verbena Iris Middle Notes Violet Leaf Base Notes Ambergris Sandalwood Supposedly, Green Irish Tweed was the signature cologne of Hollywood actor Cary Grant, famous for his handsome looks and his never-ending wardrobe of suits.
Green Irish Tweed by Creed is a classic Fougere fragrance.
One of the signature scents of the house of Creed, this "walk through the Irish countrywide" is a favorite of many celebrities.
The fragrance is rich, fresh, sporty and unforgettable.
Green Irish Tweed opens with top notes of iris and lemon verbena. The base notes are ambergris and Mysore sandalwood. The nose behind this fragrance is Olivier Creed Sixth Generation.@gigi @houstcs This certainly wasn't worn by Winston Churchill, who died 20 years before it was created.
He was a classy gentleman and one could really believe that this was his scent. It's also been said that this was a cologne worn by Prime Minister Winston Churchill. It evokes a well dressed tweed suit, green in color, a mossy green or dark pine green color.
I see a tall Sherlock Holmes type of man with a tweed blazer jacket and matching slacks, or a plush velour smoking jacket. It's also very comfortable and one can easily pull up a chair and smoke a pipe with it.