Davidoff Cool Water Wave

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The iconic Davidoff  fragrance Cool Water from 1988 gets a new flanker, and launches a new refreshing masculine fragrance, Cool Water Wave flanker to brand’s iconic Cool Water perfume, which dates back to 1988. The new version promises to be fresher, energizing full of joys of everyday life filled with excitements and beautiful memories.

Watching the surf crash until you see that wave you’ve been waiting for. The air is crisp, the sun is shining and the breeze sprays drops of water on your face. The wave rises, carrying the back of your board. It’s now time and you have one focus: paddling determinedly to seize the chance to ride that perfectly formed curl. As you stand on the board, the sea envelops you. The barrel is all yours and an incredible rush of adrenaline heightens your senses. Capturing this intense and incomparable feeling is Davidoff Cool Water Wave, a distinctive new facet of the signature oceanic fragrance of Davidoff.

Davidoff Cool Water Wave appears to be extremely popular for its innovative and fresh ocean smell.

Top: Grapefruit, Sichuan pepper and Sea notes
Heart: Birch leaf and juniper
Bottom: patchouli and sandalwood

Created by Francis Kurkdjian, Antoine Lie and Jean Jacques, Davidoff Cool Water Wave opens to impress with fresh aquatic notes along with fresh grapefruit and Sichuan pepper notes. The heart of the perfume is made of birch leaf and juniper layered on a woody base made of patchouli and sandalwood.

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Scott Eastwood, the son of famous actor Clint Eastwood, is the face of this gentle, yet aromatic new perfume.

Davidoff Cool Water Wave is available in three sizes, 40, 75 and 125ml Eau de Toilette.

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