Green Jeans 1996

Green Jeans by Versace
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Green Jeans is a perfume by Versace for men and was released in 1996. The scent is green-citrusy. The production was apparently discontinued.
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Main accords

Green
Citrus
Fresh
Floral
Spicy

Fragrance Pyramid

Top Notes Top Notes
TarragonTarragon LemonLemon LimeLime AldehydesAldehydes LavenderLavender BergamotBergamot PetitgrainPetitgrain
Heart Notes Heart Notes
CarawayCaraway CorianderCoriander CarnationCarnation GeraniumGeranium JasmineJasmine RoseRose
Base Notes Base Notes
FirFir OakmossOakmoss AmberAmber CedarCedar MuskMusk
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6.325 Ratings
Longevity
6.022 Ratings
Sillage
5.721 Ratings
Bottle
6.831 Ratings
Submitted by Schnuffi, last update on 28.09.2022.
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A green aquatic
Along with Aramis New West and Guy Laroche Horizon, this is part of a sub-sub-genre in fragrance lovingly referred to as "green aquatics" that blended notes used prominently before the 80s with the perfume style of the late 80s and early 90s.

Green Jeans opens very fresh and herbal with a dollop of minty lime. Pine and fir soon try to break through, but until they do the melange temporarily comes off as an oregano accord. While the lime does stay present until the very end, the dry-down is as piney as Pino Silvestre, Aqua Di Selva, and Victor Silvestre.

The most prominent notes in Green Jeans are lime and pine, and both have been heavily industrialized, so there are a fair amount of people who will inevitably say it smells like a car freshener or floor detergent.

Projection and longevity are okay at best.

It was discontinued years ago, and it is sought after by a lot of (now) middle-aged men who used it extensively in their youth, so expect to pay at least double what makes logical sense.

Masculinity Level: Ethan Hawke in Before Sunrise.
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