Agua Brava Azul Cologne

Agua Brava Azul Cologne

Agua Brava Azul Cologne by Antonio Puig, Agua Brava Azul is an aromatic, citrusy cologne released by Antonio Puig in 2012 . Stimulating and masculine, this scent expertly combines soft, spicy, green and watery accords. It opens with tart, sweet top notes of bergamot and lemon balanced by leathery clary sage. These notes intermingle with a heart composed of marine notes and rosy pink pepper. A rich and woody base of tobacco, sandalwood, vetiver, amber and cedarwood rounds out this unique, ... Read More

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Agua Brava Azul By Antonio Puig
 
5.0

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(45 of 45 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Light summer scent

By Matt

from Sydney Australia

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Pros

  • Clean & Fresh
  • Draws Compliments
  • Not Overpowering

Cons

  • Subtle

Best Uses

  • Anytime
  • Daily Use

Comments about Agua Brava Azul By Antonio Puig:

I love this for a fresh day scent, summer/spring style

  • Fragrance Type:
  • Citrus/Fruity, Oriental/Spicy, Woody/Earthy

(61 of 63 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Excellent scent at an excellent price.

By JD

from Everett WA

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Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Clean & Fresh
  • Great Smell
  • Great Value
  • Long-Lasting

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Daily Use

    Comments about Agua Brava Azul By Antonio Puig:

    I use it most everyday, Its a great scent for everyday use.

    • Fragrance Type:
    • Fresh/Aquatic

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