002 - Irish Leaf  Inspired by Green Irish Tweed

002 - Irish Leaf Inspired by Green Irish Tweed

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002 - Irish Leaf Inspired by Green Irish Tweed
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Available in 10ml, 30ml, and 50ml

Irish Leaf continues to be worn by confident men. This scent elegantly combines a sensual fresh fougere fragrance with bergamot, lime and lavender smoothed by shades of lush green leaves resting on an intense base of crystal amber, heart wood sandal, musk and cool clean ozone notes.

 The very best scented oils are used in producing this high-quality product, crafted from a mix of organic and vegan friendly traditional ingredients.


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Green machine.

What a smell, I love the original GIT but the cost of of the original stops me from purchasing it. Rosa sala's on the other hand knocks the original out of the park Vitor's inspired version of GIT is mega, lasts forever has that fresh timeless "green" smell about it--just class. If your in the market for GIT get this highly, highly recommended.

Joe | Liverpool | February 2022

Love it

I was introduced to Rosa Salas by my son and was really pleased they had a fragrance similar to my favourite. Why buy anything else.This is just perfect.

Paul Dermody | Manchester | March 2021

Spring in a bottle

Inspired by GIT this is a fantastic version. Smells like the Creed version to me ....top stuff!

Lee Hall | Kent | January 2021