Davidoff Cool Water Sea Rose ~ new fragrances

Davidoff Cool Water Sea Rose

Davidoff will launch Cool Water Sea Rose, a new rosy floral flanker for 1996's Cool Water Woman:

Sea Rose is DAVIDOFF Cool Water’s latest incarnation, exploring a completely new facet of the eternal love story between women and the sea. Tender and delicate, this strikingly fresh fragrance celebrates purity and spontaneity. The Sea Rose woman lives in perfect harmony with the beauty of nature. Fresh and innocent as the new day, deep and wise as the ocean, she is one with the world around her.

Cool Water Sea Rose was developed by perfumer Aurélien Guichard; notes include nashi pear, peony and musk.

Davidoff Cool Water Sea Rose will be fronted by model Diana Moldovan. I will update with sizes and concentration when I can.

(via press release)

Update: Cool Water Sea Rose is available in 30, 50 and 100 ml Eau de Toilette and in matching body products.

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  1. Absolute Scentualist says:

    But no rose in those notes? Still it does sound pretty. I wore CWW back in the day and have some great memories.

    • Robin says:

      Well, that’s a darned short list of notes. No idea if it has rose or not.

      • pyramus says:

        When I first read the name I thought of sea lily (not a lily) and sea cucumber (much grosser than a cucumber), and then sea monkeys (not monkeys in any sense). So “sea rose” could be anything. Or nothing.

  2. megank4 says:

    Cool Water Woman will forever be the scent half the girls in my high school Sophomore class were wearing.

  3. Omega says:

    I really liked Cool Water Wave, their best one, imo. Sea Rose, I like that name but haven’t liked one scent with pear yet..idk why! I love the scent of a pear..but can’t find one scent I like with that note, lol.

  4. eminere says:

    What’s a “sea rose”

  5. As a past wearer of the original, I will have to sniff this – if only because of the pretty pink bottle. (Though it kind of makes me react against pink. Everything feminine is so damn pink these days. Sort of stealing my pink thunder.)

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