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Blue Grass Elizabeth Arden for women

Blue Grass Elizabeth Arden for women
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main accords
warm spicy
aromatic
aldehydic
floral
fresh spicy

A refreshing fragrance for everyday use. It starts with citrus and green fruit notes, which transform into floral notes. Blue Grass was launched in 1989. The nose behind this fragrance is George Fuchs.

Perfume Pyramid

Top Notes
Aldehydes Orange Blossom Lavender Neroli Bergamot Lily Geranium

Middle Notes
Spices Carnation Tuberose Lavender Jasmine Rose Narcissus Clove Bay Leaf

Base Notes
Sandalwood Tonka Bean Musk Benzoin Vetiver Cedar

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Blue Grass Fragrance Reviews

gmmcnair
gmmcnair

The current version has been stripped down compared to what I remember. It used to be richer, more powdery, and potent.

The current version is a clean, soapy floral, with a nice dose of lavender, spice, and vetiver. I like it as a casual masculine fragrance. With a light trigger finger, it smells fantastic on the right man.

Oct
26
2014
Dorothy Grace
Dorothy Grace

I was given a small glass sample bottle of this as a child, probably late '60s. The sample bottle was large by today's standards and lasted me a long time as I only applied little dabs just to catch a whiff.

Herbal and spicy, cool green vegetal springtime floral, with a soapy animalic musk.

Yardley used to make some herbal lavendar soaps; lavender and thyme; lavender and rosemary. Bronnley used to make a large wooden gift box of soaps with some herbal mixes. The bay in Blue Grass is quite strong, vegetal, sharp lemon, and soapy - with a feel similar to one of those herbal lavendar soaps.

The dominant florals to me are lavendar and daffodil with a tiny dab of carnation and tuberose along with an undercurrent of sweetness that is almost but not quite rosey.

As it drys it has a musky generic woodiness with a silky soapy sandalwood peeping through - still with the lavendar and crushed bay keeping it bright.

Brought up on highly perfumed herbal soaps means I am very familiar and used to that type of smell so I don't find Blue Grass unusual but I think many people will find it unusual and perhaps strange.

Moderate strength, sillage, projection, longevity.

Bottle purchased around 2012 (Eau de Parfum).
Batch number H2NA comes out as October 2012

Aug
17
2014
bonnie52
bonnie52

I bought a bottle of Blue Grass a few years ago based on reviews from another site. What I got smelled NOTHING like I expected. It was so bad I couldn't wear it. I adore green scents but this was like no green I had ever smelled before; very pungent and just awful. I see here that people say to get the vintage scent. I have tried that with some other perfumes that the vintage is recommended with bad luck. I get perfumes that have spoiled or they don't last very long on the skin.

Jul
20
2014
jennifer60656
jennifer60656

I'm surprised at how much Blue Grass is disliked; but at the same time not surprised. I think the name may have something to do with people's expectations that this will be a very breezy, grassy scent but it isn't. In truth, it's a very unusual scent that plays different types of notes against each other. What I mean is that there are the sweet bright florals like daffodil with bright aldehydes pitted against darker spices such as cloves so it's an unusual mix that is not often seen in perfumery.
I don't get a strong aldehyde opening like from classic floral aldehydes - I do get something that smells very much like banana Starburst candies in the opening. I thought at first my nose was playing tricks on me but every time I sprayed it - there it was. Nonetheless, I'm not complaining; it was kind of cute in its way. Overall, I like Blue Grass very much. It's perfect for spring - and maybe fall as well.
Because Blue Grass is so unusual, I would definitely advise trying before buying but give it time to play itself out (I mean, several hours, maybe even more than once). It changes constantly and keeps you wondering what will happen next. Sillage is very good so maybe less is more with this (I say this because I'm seeing so much hating going on) and it's pretty long lasting.
I'm giving it a "love" for it's intriguing take on the "floral green" genre and uniqueness.

Jun
26
2014
Fonna2
Fonna2

I've never come across any perfume that smelled like rotten eggs(?). Even the ones I dislike immensely, such as the over ripe fruit smell.

So come on, now. Let's not get carried away.
As a vintage nut that I am, I can say Blue Grass is a very clean smell, like you just came out of the shower, or a flowerfield.....

and not the fruit cellar.....*clears throat*

May
25
2014
CatherineLaundon
CatherineLaundon

My mum used to wear this back in the 1980s/90s and I've always associated it with her. No way I could wear it because its her scent!

May
25
2014
elsie.oliveros
elsie.oliveros

This is an update from my first review.
Yes, definitely, I prefer the old formula to the new one, big time. The new one the opening is very green in a weird way (I don't like green notes, except for Niki de Saint Phalle's ) and it has a very strong anise note (I really dislike anise). I will repeat what other reviewers have mentioned: must wait for the dry down, then it almost becomes the beautiful scent it used to be in the past.
Now the positive: the old formula is still available and it smells unique, distinctive, clean, fresh. I just purchased a 4oz vintage bottle on line and can't wait to get it.

May
10
2014
zzMaja
zzMaja

Wore this vintage formulation years ago and did like it very much. Grandmas wore it and so did mom. I thought I would give it a try again just for old times sake. However, I found it harsh and soapy. I definitely get the vetiver and grassy notes, but not in a good way. Thank goodness I had a good walk in the wind and hopefully it all blew off me because I did not like it.

Mar
17
2014
archivist
archivist

It is necessary to judge this perfume based on the 70s vintage, which can be acquired without much fuss or expense on ebay. The contemporary bottles are just generic floral juice. If you want the full experience of the oriental chypre amazingness which is Blue Grass, go vintage! My favorite bottles are all 70s vintage, the animalics are way amplified in the much earlier versions and the modern... Pfft.

Jan
28
2014
HoneyBoots1
HoneyBoots1

My Dad bought this for me in the 70s. I can almost smell it as I think about that, and I wore it but it was kind of horrible. There was a blue box of powder that came with the set. I think I somehow connected it in my mind with the book Black Beauty and horses. I am sure I bought more as a young adult ,probably because this was Edmonton Alberta and other than Charlie and Avon pickings were slim at The Bay downtown. Yes, it was an awful scent, but I've enjoyed thinking about my Dad who is now gone as I write so worth it after all.

Nov
08
2013
SuzanneEnnazus1
SuzanneEnnazus1

I rememeber seeing this when growing up but never knowing what it smelt like. I only recently tried it on and wanted to buy it straight away.

I'm not sure what's in it, maybe lily, but it's very clean, comforting and feel good. Like the Fresh clean feeling after a shower or freshly washed linen. Or as somebody else said, like standing in a hayfield after the rain. It gives me a boost to start the day, so I would call it a day time fragrance. I wouldn't say it's very exciting, but I like to wear different fragrances for different moods.

I'm not sure why people call old classic perfumes old fashioned, but then rave about old ones like No 5 that have had lots of recent publicity.

Nov
05
2013
Ql7
Ql7

Wore this in the 70s. My friends said it was old lady perfume, told me to wear Jontue or Muguet de Bois. I hate this stuff now and might consider my friends recommendations, if they still even make 'em.

Oct
17
2013
stormyla
stormyla

The information above is incorrect. According to the Perfumeintelligence database, Blue Grass was created in 1934 by Fragonard perfumer George Fuchs for Elizabeth Arden. The scent was named after the scent of her Kentucky home.

I can remember my grandmother wearing this as long ago as 1962. I keep a vintage aerosol bottle of the perfume oil in her memory. It still smells luscious!

Sep
20
2013
judithmarianne
judithmarianne

Either my bottle has turn rancid (bought it in a drugstore in Sydney for $8 Aussies) or simply not my cup of tea. On me it smells like mosquitoes repellent :-(

Jul
18
2013
Njensen1
Njensen1

I think this is a very much dated perfume, in the it completely reminds me of an old mother's powder room. On first spray I detect nothing but a strong, powdery...But not unpleasant smell! There is some spice, and it definitely comes out more as the fragrance dries out.I detect some lily...Very mild. Still the powder persists. The fragrance as a whole reminds me of those old powder-puffs that you would dusts your body with to dry your skin and lightly scent it. Not a bad fragrance, but like I said, dated for sure.

Jun
25
2013
vintage_scent
vintage_scent

First off, I think this and Je Reviens are both fragrances that you are either going to love or hate. They are very similar. I, myself think that Blue Grass is very unique and vintage and lovely. It starts off to me like the feeling of standing in a hayfield just after a rain. If you live on the great plains like me, that's a wonderful place to be. I get the combination of aldehydes, lavender, and carnation. This stays around for about 30 minutes or so. Then the lovely spices, benzoin, sandalwood, tonka and classic florals make an entrance that soften the initial blast at the beginning.

At this point, it transforms into a beautiful vintage powdery, soft, fluffy feathery scent. In my opinion, it wears much like an Annick Goutal, particularly Heure Exquise.
Not that they smell the same, they just go on and transform the same to me. Yes, I am with everyone on this one, the drydown is the best phase of this perfume. Not everyone is going to love this, but you really do have to wait and give it a chance. As with any perfume, I am only interested in what is inside, and I find it to be a very unique, multifaceted, and enduring perfume.

May
07
2013
maneki_neko
maneki_neko

An earlier reviewer advised to wait for the drydown. I think that's one of the best things said here.

I love this perfume. Truly. It's one of my very favorites. It's fresh, clean, powdery, grassy (and I like those things). It's perfect as an everyday, daytime scent. Sharp citrus and sweet floral lovers probably won't take to this one, though (although I can say I have plenty of those scents in my collection as well. I'd give anything a try).

I've become inured to it, but to me, there is quite an aldehyde assault when it's initially applied (it's the same thing I experience with Youth Dew). I suck it up and drive on--because it's only going to last for a very short time, and it's entirely worth the wait for the lovely drydown. It seems there are many individuals who are quick to give up on a scent because of an aldehyde aversion. I say: patience! Often you will be pleasantly surprised.

Mar
29
2013
Migalex
Migalex

I find the current formula very similar tothe previous reformulation (not the current one, which reminds me of Samsara) of Chanel nº 5. Staying power is amazing.

Mar
28
2013
elsie.oliveros
elsie.oliveros

Many years ago I loved the smell of Blue Grass. Decided to give it try again and ordered two bottles on line. Just got them in the mail today. One of the bottles is the new formula, the other is older. What a disappointment! The new version is not even close, I noticed it the moment I sprayed it on. Unlike the original version, that smelled wonderful from the start, this smell....well, I can understand the reason for the negative reviews. The older version dries down to a point that it almost resembles the original, but it takes at least 1/2 hour to kick in.
This is a real shame. Even though Blue Grass was not up there with Shalimar, L'Air du Temps", Chanel 5 and the other French classics, still it was very lovely and very distinctive.

Mar
18
2013
BettyNoir
BettyNoir

This is a fabulous (and cheap) scent for everyday. It smells very aldehydic and very clean and fresh, a bit like Palmolive soap but with more zing.

It doesn't last more than couple of hours but I just bought a 30ml bottle for £6 so I guess I can afford a top up now and then. A fabulous classic.

Feb
27
2013
Fonna
Fonna

After quite a few months that I said I would buy it, I did.. I don't use it everyday. I don't want to get so use to it that I can't smell how strong it is on me.

It has a sweetness to it. Not the lollipop candy sweetness, but I guess one could call it a spicey sweetness. Lots of florals and spice.
It seems I'm drawn to the scent of carnation and cloves.
I had several comments on it first week I wore it. My initial first comment as I walked into a room was " Oooo , who is that. Is that you? It smells so clean."
It's a HIT!!

Feb
11
2013
guest_
guest_

A polocrosse-playing neighbour gave 11 or 12-year-old me her little-used bottle of Blue Grass, and the memories evoked by it are poignant because she later had a fall during a match and sustained severe brain injuries which were probably the cause of her very much attenuated and shortened life. So in honour of her and the horsey life I enjoyed then, I bought a new bottle after nearly 40 years. There is a trace of the fragrance I remember, but it isn't the same; it's a lot more strident. Anyway I didn't love it then, and although I have now given it in its updated incarnation an exhaustive workout, given it every possible chance, I finally have had to admit that there is no fragrance I have ever liked less. Only LouLou comes close.
I wish I had the training to name the notes that are clearly discernible. Teh aldehyde roar is obvious and also the obvious reason for my aversion- don't like any fragrance in which they predominate, feature or even seem to cameo-appear.
But there's something else in there too, that is, as others have said, over-ripe, as do windfall apricots passing through over-sweetness and into fermentation. There is absolutely nothing 'fresh' in there for me. Fermented as I've said and also musty. The mustiness might be the result of the dryness of the aldehydes mingling with the dryness of the lavender and maybe the geranium. Geranium foliage can certainly smell very mouldy.
A shame about the ugliness of the new bottle design too.

Feb
08
2013
Lovesmells
Lovesmells

I used to wear this back when! Loved it then and then it disappeared from all the retail stores. I like heady fragances and aldehydes so keep that in mind when you read this. In the same manner I don't like smelling like grass, cucumber, or watermelons.

I am not an expert on notes so all I have is my memory that I liked it then and now too. I am sure that like all else, it has been reformulated but still pretty much what it was. But I will say that there are a lot of notes here and floral

I like buying little bottles of new trys so there's a $$ investment

then I found it again :) I wear it when I don't want to smell like everyone else. I also wear the dedorant, which is actually very good. If you suffer from sweaty hands ( an actual illness) you can try it on your palms mixed with a non perfumed cream

NO. To me it does not smell like granny ( and I am not one yet). Wait for the drydown, it is soft.

Feb
06
2013
tourmali45
tourmali45

Way too much aldehydes for my liking, other than that I really don't know why I don't like this. Carnation, lavender, daffodil - I smell all that but find these notes lacking unity, there is a discord in this orchestra even if soloists are worthy on their own. I like a lot of separate moments in the Blue Grass, but not the perfume as a whole.

Feb
06
2013
Cairo Rose
Cairo Rose

I started wearing this back in the early 80s in high school. I was the quiet one of the group but I always wanted to be different. So while others were soaked in Opium, Fendi, Giorgio and such I was spritzing on this classic. You have to be able to wait out the first few minutes but after you are rewarded with a clean, powdery scent that makes you feel fresh and lovely.

Feb
04
2013
mew.kitty
mew.kitty

I have to say that this is my most hated fragrance. Although the scent improves a bit after the first few minutes, Blue Grass is one of those scents that I find myself having to wash off my skin. BG was my first experience with aldehydes, and I have made up my mind that I am not a fan. To me, this perfume smells like dental floss with a touch of stale bread. It actually reminds me of the unpleasant odor you smell when visiting a nursing home.

Feb
02
2013
ginawadsworth
ginawadsworth

I have absolutely no idea why I like this, other than that is has a sort of creaminess mixed with a sense of being outdoors which I find comforting. As it does not contain oakmoss, one of my favourite notes, it is even more puzzling. Maybe this is why I like Jicky, that lovely hay meadow, herbal, forest gladeness that I go for. Should I ponder on this further.................. no............... just enjoy the moment and be grateful it is still in production.

Jan
12
2013
caiomags
caiomags

The top notes arrive to sting the nostrils, but the base notes become a pleasant aroma that reminds us of something classic and senile.

Jan
04
2013
AnyaZ
AnyaZ

I ordered this based on the composition and reviews, but I am so disappointed. This is a headache-inducing, overpowering concoction smelling of cheap soap. To me, it is a heady floral (artificial-smelling combination of tuberose, ylang-ylang, carnation, and lily?). Not my fragrance, alas. Maybe in tiny amounts on a very young person?

Dec
17
2012
Alle Homme
Alle Homme

I just love it, this is fantastic and classic. great value.

Dec
17
2012
guest_
guest_

this is fantastic, old fashion good smell.
it reminds me the "old" Opium YSL
;o)

Nov
21
2012
ammebirds
ammebirds

Wore this to Homecoming in high school in 1970. Loved the carnations and powder combo. Smelling it now is a total memory blast but not my cup of tea anymore.

Oct
19
2012
kitten_steele
kitten_steele

According to Wikipedia, Blue Grass was released in 1934.

Oct
15
2012
ingahoberg
ingahoberg

I don't have a review. I just want to say that this fragrance has been around since the early 60's or earlier.( not 1989 as stated above) It was my first real perfume at age 15. A friend of mine wore it and I just had to have it. I have worn it of and on for over 45 years. It used to come in a lovely bottle with horses. Now it looks cheap and commercial but it is still the same great fragrance. It's like summer in a bottle and it lasts the whole day. I still wear it a few times a year!

Oct
15
2012
Mooniq
Mooniq

Long time no see. It was over 20 years ago since I had Blue grass. This is a bold, edgy, loud and totally wonderful scent. First 15 minutes is all about aldehydes - and then it turns magic on my skin. So deep, so mature and sexy. A perfum for a superwoman, for a woman who knows her place in the middle of all action. Superlonglasting on my skin and if I spray my coat it will smell good for weeks. Blue grass is not for everybody, Many women will say: uack awful, but a few will fall head over heels for this one, that special is it.

Längesen. Det är över 20 år sen jag bar Blue Grass sist. Detta är en kraftig, högljudd, kaxig och helt underbar doft. Första 15 minuterna är helt dominanta av aldehyder men sen - blir den magisk på min hud. Djup, vuxen och sexig. En doft för superkvinnan som vet att hennes plats är i mitten av allting - där allt händer. Superhållbar på huden och om jag sprejar jackan så doftar den gott i flera veckor.. Blue Grass är inte en dussindoft. Många kvinnor kommer att avfärda den och säga usch men för några få så kommer denna att bli nummer ett för lång, lång tid framöver, så unik och speciell är den.

Oct
03
2012
AngieGCarp
AngieGCarp

WOOOOHAHOOOOO! Wow. What can I say....I love aldehydes...LOVE EM'! But the opener on Blue Grass is awful! It smelled like the air fresheners in old Dairy Queens! I hated to go in there, not because it was dirty but that smell oh that smell! It made me feel like it was dirty. Ok now it settled down into a spicy balmy carnation..I like that. I feel like the dry down might take awhile so I will get back to you on that. But I will say this is NOT for people who enjoy soft girly SWEET flowers. And I would suggest NOT to buy this blind. AND oh yeah go easy on this one, two squirts should last all day.

PS I just for the heck of it shook up the bottle and sprayed it again...it seems like it dispersed the aldhyde bomb. I have found this has worked several times with perfumes that had a weird opening and it works well...now I have a pleasant spicy,powdery spray that I will probably use in the winter. ♥

Aug
24
2012
mystica
mystica

Yesterday I had the chance to try Blue Grass and am happy that I did.

I smell hyacinth in this one. The initial burst was very strong, indeed it put me off. But after a few minutes I couldn't stop smelling my wrist. The powdery creamy "hyacinth" note (which I usually adore) was getting softer, yummier and delicious. Not in a sweet way, but in a perfect buttery way. I dunno, it's my skin maybe, but Blue Grass mixed perfectly with my chemistry. I wanted to eat myself..

While the heart notes were evolving in my skin towards the base (how much I like that phase!) I start smelling first carnation and some spices added to the buttery floweriness. Later on and finally, what I was left with was truly similar to L'air Du Temps, but certainly not the same. Blue Grass has a unique twist to it, and I think benzoin plays a big role in this.

If you are looking for a feminine fragrance, I can certainly recommend Blue Grass. It's on my wish list from now on!

Aug
09
2012
mariasara
mariasara

once again I want to thank all the reviewers of blue grass, because I bought it based on the reviews and I love it! It´s somehow similar to l'air du temps, as I expected, but much greener, specially in the opening notes. after a while you can feel the carnation, but it seems to be tempered with anise and musk. the drydown is wonderful, very clean, classic and rafinné.I find it great for current summertime, in fact, I think this can be an all year round scent. Though I love this, I admit it might not suit everyone: you have to like green notes, carnation and be open to strong aldehydes to really love this.

Aug
02
2012
Fleurfine
Fleurfine

If you can get past the initial blast of aldehydes
you'll discover a soft and powdery heart, almost innocent.

Different from what you may expect, Blue Grass
isn't a carnation monster, but because of the carnation it has a certain feel when wearing it, quite similar to Nina Ricci's L' air du Temps. Though both perfumes are different,
I can see someone disliking either one of them, not liking the other one either.
However, Blue Grass is fresh, clean but smooth and unsweetened, and stays that way. It's green but in a sophisticated way because of the woods and spices softening the harshness and giving the fragrance
another dimension.

This Eau de Parfum lasts quite a long time and though it doesn't radiate through a room, it is quite noticeable by others.
Don't indulge yourself in Blue Grass however, use it mildly, give her time and she might become a new companion.

Jul
26
2012
KSBelle
KSBelle

This is a "just-got-out-of-the-shower" fragrance. It's clean, soapy, innocent, powdery, and fresh. I picture a barefoot young country girl with freshly washed hair, slipping into a sundress, laying in the cool grass, with the afternoon sun warming her freckled skin. Clusters of little white flowers, dandelions, blue skies, and fluffy white clouds....

This, to me, is not an "old" fragrance. It is beautiful in an odd familiar way. It reminds me of My grandmothers house in Valdosta Georgia. I would stay there with her during the summer. The cicadas and crickets would chime in together as the heat settled into her flower gardens. Everything was lush, green, and wrapped up in kudzu. The screen door at the back of the house would shut behind me with a creak, and a slow whine. I would find myself in a magical world of green plants and flowers. The neighbors shared big yards without fences, and in the afternoon large glasses of sweet tea with lemon slices. It was as if time stood still there.

I could easily go back there now, slip on a sundress, and wander back out into the fields to lay beneath the shade tree again. Even though my grandmother has long since passed away, and the house has been sold. I can spritz on some Blue Grass, and find myself barefoot in the backyard again. Her voice trailing after me, calling me to come in for sweet tea, homemade apple pie, and freshly sliced Georgia peaches. A haze of summer memories wash over me, and I am a young girl again. For sentimental reasons, I love Blue Grass....

Jul
07
2012
daniela3
daniela3

Very 'everything' you've written... but keep in mind that this fragrance came to light in 1934 and since then a lot of things have happened, among them only one must catch our attention: its tragic REFORMULATION; so that, this fragrance, which was so cosy, soft, tender, beautiful (not only for me!) and really tenacious - against all odds it is still quite 'readable'! - can sound now 'cheap' because it's done cheaply! (apart its popularity also...) There are a lot of other perfumes - pathetically reformulated and completely transformed that still arise the curiosity and the admiration of (ingenuous) buyers and they are welcome with a choir of "wow".... It's a real pity, if anybody (especially in the U.S.) chanced to find an old bottle of this lovely juice, I'm sure, this person would change his/her mind. The now available Blue Grass is very similar to the old one but the old one was done with good ingredients. In both cases tenacity is remarkable. Although I do not run after vintages (sooner or later they too came to an end) I'd like very much to have a B.G. edition released - at least- before the '80!

Jul
02
2012
pfcs
pfcs

1989, my eye! It came out in 1934. It is lighter than my usual scent, but I sometimes enjoy wwearing it when the temperature gets in the 100's in the summers here.

Jun
26
2012
ailishlu
ailishlu

Today I just received my Blue Grass through the post. I used to have this when I was about 18 years old. I sprayed it on and was immediately transported back in time. It goes on strong and made me cough, can´t remember having this reaction back then. It´s definitely the same smell though. I´ve had it on for about an hour and it´s just lovely, if not a little overowering. It´s very powedery and , yes, I can smell talcum powder. However It´s a very pretty smell. Totally fresh and clean. I just wish it wasn´t so abrasive!! I do believe I can get used to wearing this again. I´ll just have to take care when applying it so as not to offend the people in the same room. I get a smell of carnations. How lovely. Strong, but inoffensive to my nose. There are worse scents out there.

Wearing this again today. Just a few little drops on each wrist and collar bone. Absolutely beautiful! I just love the whiff of freshness I get when I move around.

Jun
13
2012
kiskionok
kiskionok

scorpiosheep, you are right-it was created in 1935! That's why it tells a story, not simply "smells".

May
19
2012
scorpiosheep
scorpiosheep

Gigifst hits the nail on the head in her review - a few minutes of pain. I thought the start of this was very harsh and ugly & had to give myself a severe talking-to not to rush and scrub it. It certainly paid off; as the aldehydes recede it becomes very powdery and soft, and seemed to be a much "older" perfume than from 1989??? It seemed to be made with the love and care of an older fragrance.

It has occurred to me that in a lot of cases, the older the perfume, or the perfume house, the better made as far as lasting power and general attractiveness are concerned. Now, we are bombarded with an awful lot of trash, I suspect to jump on the cash wagon (which certainly works, just not on me!) I am only just starting to explore some of the perfumes classed as vintage, and really, of the ones I have tried, there is not a "dud" amongst them.

I'm trying to dredge up some childhood memories, but I can't remember what my mother wore before her "Avon years", from around 1965. It may well have been something that smelled similar to Blue Grass, even though this particular perfume had not been invented yet. I wonder if it was called something else in earlier years.

Thank you kosmoskukka for the opportunity to try this. I like it very much (after the first 15 minutes)!

May
10
2012
Fonna
Fonna

Mmmmm...just came in from the mall, and of course wound up at the fragrance counters.

Although I like to go around on my own, spritzing the scent cards, I am glad that someone assisted me in finding this fragrance.

After the aldehydes wear off, it quickly goes into a soft carnation and very green. It was an instant hit.
I find that I'm attracted to the scent of carnation, badly.
Strictly floral, clean, no sickly sweetness.

I want it!

Mar
29
2012
ecofreak2001
ecofreak2001

I had it a couple of times as a child and then as a teenager. Interesting scent; Green, flowery & powdery. Such a classic. Brings back memories.... :D

Mar
26
2012
vanillablossom
vanillablossom

a horror! the only scent i have ever encountered that triggers intense nausea instantly (usually i have a very strong stomach). I recoil from this, wish to never smell it again - I begged my mother to get rid of her bottle

Mar
09
2012
Jellybean
Jellybean

strong oldie type of fume. heavy green floral. somehow wherever i see carnation as an ingredient it seems to add to the strength of a scent and classifies the fragrance as an ancient one. very potent, so spare too many spritzes it lasts 24+ hours.

Feb
16
2012
boardbat
boardbat

my review after actually wearing it after many years of smelling it on my mom who loved this.

sweet grassy floral. green, but not too. not much citrus, but plenty of lavender and rose to my nose. love the aldehydes and was pleasently surprised at how long lasting this is. i've had this on since 9a.m. and i can still smell it now at 3. i'm very happy wearing this very lady-like scent.

Jan
29
2012
hlhenderson
hlhenderson

This is one fragrance that seems to have a mind of its own. It can be moody, sometimes draping over you like a soft blanket of country inspired floral aromas, while other times threatening to whiff like a stale urine stain if you get too close.

Jan
02
2012
jesseg
jesseg

to all of you who hate blue grass..spray it on your pillow in the morning and then smell it after one hour. in the first 30 minutes it smells like greasy basil but then into a blue warm flower. its very warm from flowers and clean...beautiful scent but cannot explain the notes i smell...but remember after the first hour, nothing before that

Dec
11
2011
cryptic
cryptic

Blue Grass is one of those classics that gets off to a rough start. Much like Mitsouko and Aromatics Elixir, BG can be a bit scary right out of the bottle, but the end result is worth the initial horror. It quickly morphs from an assault of aldehydes to a cool, dry unique fragrance with almost no sweetness. Blue Grass was inspired by the horse country around Elizabeth Arden's home, and strikes me as a fragrance that would be right at home worn with riding clothes or tennis whites. I can picture someone like Katherine Hepburn wearing it, or a student at one of the Seven Sisters.

Nov
30
2011
truffles
truffles

My immediate thought on this? It's at once sparkling and wistful. There's something quite lovely about it.
I could never wear it though, it's just not 'me'. It's not clean. I gave it a proper wearing today and know this now for sure. I knew it when I caught a whiff from myself and thought 'that smells like Old Spice'. No, no, NO! Not for me!
It's going to be a stocking filler for my Mum because it is her, she likes spicy, I just can't do it myself.
I do think it's a well done perfume though, some of the non-spice elements, especially in the top notes are simply beautiful.

Nov
13
2011
perfumemad62
perfumemad62

My grandmother has been wearing this since her teens so I feel this perfume has so many memories attached to it. I really like how floral, spicy and unique this scent is. To be honest, I am not sure if I'd wear this though. Maybe if I hadn't associated this fragrance with my grandmother I wouldn't like it so much! I would recommend women 25+ wearing this in winter as it's a little heavy for summer time.

Nov
10
2011
poppyvanhaarm
poppyvanhaarm

surely the information should read 're-launched in 1989' as i remember my friend being bought a gift set by her mother when she was a teenager in the sixties? at the time i thought it too old for her and didn't take to it at all

Nov
05
2011
merlinarbor
merlinarbor

When I was a teenager (in the '80s), I often pilfered sprays of perfume from my mother's modest collection. Blue Grass was one of the few I wouldn't touch. Haven't smelled the new version, but I sure remember the old one as ghastly!

Oct
29
2011
Esscentially299
Esscentially299

I put this one on the dislike list because it changes into something wierd on my skin. But it smells okay from the bottle, and I don't mind it on other people.

I agree with Nuppu that would be good as a linen cabinet spray, or use it to refresh paper drawer liners.

Smells summery to me.

Oct
29
2011
naksahdill
naksahdill

unusual, exquisite, long lasting. smells like luxury. on the other side decent. not for young girls I think. it has no sweetness. I don't detect flowers and I think is for winter season. I like it. It's special.

Oct
23
2011
reidb18
reidb18

my grandmother started wearing this in the 30s right through till the 80s, when I believe it was relaunched?! She's turning 100 later this month and I went to the trouble of tracking down some vintage bottles and the old tins of dusting powder, I hope she likes it.

Sep
12
2011
Mandana
Mandana

This perfume is terrible, IMO, on a par with or possibly slightly worse (if that is possible) than Estée Lauder's Youth Dew. Blue Grass is absolutely abominable from start to finish, all the notes seem to "attack" each other from the beginning and it never really mellows into anything but "old faded mouldy grass" after a few hours. Even when it was launched I felt it was an outdated perfume then, so I cannot think of what age or type of woman on this planet would suit this fragrance. It smells synthetic (well, hey, who has ever seen BLUE grass?) and the drydown unfortunately lasts for hours. It smelled on me like old damp rotting hay left to sit in a hot and musty attic for months before dragging it out and emptying fresh grass cuttings over it. The fresh grass will never eliminate the foulness of rotting hay. Never wear this perfume if you want to impress a man/get a new job! It is harsh and loud, unfeminine and extremely unpleasant. It should carry a Government Health Warning "please wear at own risk".

Sep
06
2011
galex
galex

I tried this in 1965 and it was one of the most unusual scents I've ever smelled, far away from the fragrance they sell now. It smells cheap and artifical, I am sure they changed the formula. IMO it is awful and not wearable.

Sep
06
2011
Henriette
Henriette

This is a most puzzling fragrance. Certainly not a masterpiece, not a memorable one, but it's nice if you give it the time to reveal itself. I would not say it's for everyone or everyday, but in certain moments this is gorgeous. It's a strange perfume because it opens up with a body full of promises, in a rich way and one would guess it goes strong and develops like a symphony. Wrong. After the first outburst it becomes quieter and dries down to a nice powdery scent, nothing screamed, nothing too out loud. If you are disappointed with the beginning fading away, yes, you might be right, but if you look at it like a burning passion developing into a quiet, long lasting love, well, you are on the right path. And it's long lasting too. The scent, I mean.

Sep
05
2011
salihah
salihah

it is very strong has amazing lasting power but it isnt for me and it smells similar anais anais

Aug
17
2011
christina2015
christina2015

I bought this perfume to my mom last month. I bought it online so I just know it by reading the reviews here. Both of us don't like this perfume because We don't smell any smell in this perfume. If you'd like to buy perfume for yourself or someone you like/love, this is my advice " you get what you pay". My good advice to you is you shouldn't buy this one because this is one of the worst perfume in the world

Aug
08
2011
Zinderella
Zinderella

It is a Sunday morning here and Im not quite awake yet... not with it yet :) Upon reading these reviews I HAVE to go spray some on... I know it will wake me up!! and in a good way... I have been wearing this since the age of 15, my first "official" bottle of perfume. Now many bottles later it is still gorgeous, bringing so many memories.
Someone said it is unlike any other perfume, but I think it is similar to Je Reviens, (but dont hold me to that, this is just the opinion of my hayfevery, unprofessional nose)...but where Je Reviens is smooth, classy, elegant and ladylike, Blue Grass is very fresh and sparkly, young, happy and out there. I also have the cologne, which is much gentler, less strong.. still lasting but more comforting and powdery :)
P.S. maybe I shouldnt sniff Blue Grass with hayfever.. but I DONT CARE!!! I love it!!

Aug
06
2011
efm
efm

Hell - this is strong. I assumed it would be a non-descript commercial fader.
Wrong, Blue Grass is a screacher. 12 hours and counting.

Initially an odd citrus mix with baby powder - innocuous but persisent.
It develops into a pleasant floral scent and lingers, and lingers and lingers.

This was a complete surprise.

Jul
29
2011
Buttonz
Buttonz

I wore this fragrance years ago when I was a high school girl. I forgot all about it until I saw it featured in perfume shop in England. I went in, sprayed a spritz of it and I was an exuberant young girl all over again! The scent is clean, fresh, a bit citrusy and powdery. It mellows beautifully over time. I love they way my clothing smells toward the end of the day if I've used Blue Grass. Whenever I wear it people always comment on how wonderful my fragrance is.

Jul
27
2011
glaciesregina
glaciesregina

My Grandmother wore this scent so it always brings back fond memories of her and of my childhood :)

Jun
29
2011
blueberry
blueberry

Blue Grass sounds like an oxymoron and indeed it's a mixture of everything - aldehydes, flowers, powder, soap...
It isn't a summer scent or green, IMHO. Very aldehydic and a bit old school, still quite intriquing and extremely long lasting.
Definitely requires an elegant or smart-casual outfit for a perfect match.
Simply a classic, but rather for refined noses!

Jun
22
2011
valarian
valarian

I recently purchased this perfume blind out of curiosity really. I remember my mum telling me it was her sister’s favourite perfume.

Such a shame it wasn't for me on first sniff. I knew to be fair I had to give it a bit more time before shutting the door completely so I wore it a few more times but it just didn't suit me.

I found the opening difficult but it did soften and I started to get a soft hay like note almost got to the stage where I was starting to like it but something stopped me from being able to relax with it maybe I'm just not ready for this.

I've given up for now but not altogether I will revisit this again it's too legendary a perfume not to try again!

Jun
20
2011
stella by starlight
stella by starlight

this is a strange one. smells like an ointment or reach oily balm that old wealthy ladys used to put on there faces in the 18 century. not entirely unpleasant, though. it seems that its an acquired taste. the more you smell it the more you like it. thats how it is with me.

May
24
2011
Gigifst
Gigifst

I'll just tell the truth...i love to spend money on perfumes...this one was cheap...i bought it.

1st time e smell it...bhlaccc...but after a few minutes of pain i have to tell this...is so cute. Soft but very long lasting power...everytime i move i can smell it!!!Remembers me fresh baby powder. I dont know how to describe it better.lol

Not my favorite, but i'd buy it again, thats for sure.

Apr
05
2011
Gingerwoman
Gingerwoman

I remember my Dad gave me this when I was 17. It kind of stung my nose back then. I recently bought a bottle partly I chose it because it was more affordable than other perfumes I wanted more. I don't like it when I first put it on but after a while it because really nice, warm and comforting. Refreshing, not too sweet. Blue Grass lasts for hours and hours.

Mar
23
2011
birdofparadise
birdofparadise

Finally plucked up the courage to buy and wear this extraordinary fragrance. I had tested it in the past but each time wanted to scrub it off as soon as I sprayed it. I've learned now to let it settle down into itself which is does with class and style. It is fresh and green and herbaceous like having rolled in fresh meadow grass and walking home in the summer afternoon rain with tousled hair. A word, however,: don't spray this on and go rushing off to meet your date - it will knock him over before you do! Be patient and gentle with this fragrance.

Mar
20
2011
Kiku
Kiku

One of my great perfume love affairs. It was introduced in 1934 but still smells fresh and contemporary, maybe because it isn't very sweet. The opening is fresh and airy. The heart is a soft, powdery combination of lavender and white flowers. The drydown is full of one of my favorite notes, cedar, which produces a cool, crisp edge. The perfume is shot through with pepper. It tickles the nose like champagne! Blue Grass is not a "girly" fragrance. It is no nonsense and almost masculine. Blue Grass was said to be the favorite of Marlene Dietrich, it will forever bear her cachet. This has been reformulated and like most reformulations it has lost some of it's richness and depth. But reformulated Blue Grass is still better than almost anything else. It should be in the heart of everyone's perfume wardrobe.

Mar
14
2011
chaos2
chaos2

I do not like aldehydes, but I loved this. I was surprised to see the reviews saying it was aldehyde heavy, but then again it has been a long time...
What I remember is probably the orange blossom, and lavender and something like "sweet rain". When I wore it cowl neck sweaters were big. ;) I used to put my nose in the cowl and be able to smell it.

Jan
26
2011
boardbat
boardbat

i remember my mother wearing this when i was a child. she said it brought her back to her roots. she moved to new england from the midwest to marry my dad. she said she grew up on bluegrass music ( hence the name) i haven't seen this perfume in years. i bet a big whiff of it would remind me of her.

Jan
10
2011
barbiot35
barbiot35

I had own Blue Grass about a few years ago and Iremember that it was too sharp to my nose... The powdery floral scent was beautiful but it should be watered down to be a wearable fragrance for me.
But anyway, that could be a good choice who has a very dry skin and has difficulty in hold the fragrances on the skin coz its longevity is incredible, stays forever!...

Dec
18
2010
Mooniq
Mooniq

London 1991 - me - a tourist walking into this big salesplace - dont remember the name - and a sweet lady asked me if I would like to try this perfum. I had my gloves in one hand and she sprayed it on on my other hand. oboy its was loud and a lot of scent.. when I got home to the hotel I noticed a wonderful smell on my gloves - blue grass.. this wonderful- and powerful scent is best to spray in the air and then walk into. it stays on forever and its a deep, sensual superwoman-ish scent.. Lovely. lovely, lovely- but its for a woman that likes to take her space in room, for the woman that wants attention. =)

Dec
14
2010
guest_LeeLee
guest_LeeLee

Did the description change on this one? I remember more detail about the notes provided previously...Please bring back the long description! Also, I believe that I read once that this perfume was originally introduced much earlier -- perhaps 1939? Is this a new formulation?

Sep
29
2010
moly
moly

I tried it today and for the first time I would like to wash the scent off me. I guess that on the right skin it should smell beautifully, but I can feel only lavender in an overpowering amount, even after few hours. I can't find anything green and fresh. Definitely not for me.

Aug
06
2010
guest_Guest
guest_Guest

My grandmother wore this when I was a kid and it always reminds me of her. It's comforting to me.

Jul
28
2010
guest_LeeLee
guest_LeeLee

I just fell in love with this today. The lavender and lily were absolutely unique and enchanting to me. Calming. Smelled so fresh - with a fresh cut quality that evolved into a fresh powder on me. On a hot day with the convertible top down it was heavenly. Noticed it surrounding me now and then for a few hours when I was walking around, so it was fairly strong. Found myself sniffing my hand again and again and smiling. I think my feelings on this one will depend on my mood. It stands out from my usual tastes...

Jul
17
2010
kosmoskukka
kosmoskukka

I found this to be Beutifull "white" scent. Also I take this to be a classic Lady like perfume. I Love this. Definitely I do recommend this one to those who give apreciation to classic perfumes with lots of character.

Jul
13
2010
cisco
cisco

I have grown to appreciate Blue Grass more and more. It is refreshing, not too sweet. Blue Grass lasts for hours and hours. Now that I own many, many perfumes, I realize the sillage and lasting ability are very special in Blue Grass. I think it has been around since 1932 so Arden must be doing something right with this fragrance. I have the body powder and it is wonderful and may be used to tone down perfumes that are overly sweet.

Jun
30
2010
Mad-Lainey
Mad-Lainey

It is an extremely aldehyde-heavy fragrance. I bought it in dark and it was a big mistake as the smell was unbearable to me; I find nothing green in it, just tons of powder, I'm afraid :-(
It is now worn by one of my work colleagues and every time she comes into office, people turns their heads...away!!!
I cannot detect any notes on their own, I just get headache every time I detect it on someone else :-(

Jun
21
2010
KalmiaB
KalmiaB

I'm well over 60 and received a first bottle of this in the late forties. Unless, by saying 1989, it's been reformulated or reissued?

It's perfect for summer. Come September, it's Memoire Cherie again for EA revenue. Fragrance clerks could set their clock by it, so I heard.

Jun
07
2010
IamWoman
IamWoman

This fragrance was NOT launched in 1989, but at least 50 years earlier. This is now a "staple" in my perfume collection, along with Chanel #5 and Arpege. This fragrance is my crisp white shirt and blue jean (or navy blue cropped pants) accessory. Although the opening is brisk, this fragrance is unique, green, and softens into a powedery "clean linen" scent. I find it to be initially sharp (peppery), then it blends into a very refined, relaxing, mature classic. It takes on a powdery-soft peppery dry-down. It's an excellent everyday fragrance, and I reach for it regularly.

Jun
03
2010
spookyjan
spookyjan

i used this perfume in my early 20s an it was a lovelysmell,i purchased it recently an i dont know why but its different,an not in a good way.the first spray is petrol fumes coming atraight at ya,this was always the case but as opposed to in early 80s this smell now stays with you,its just a weaker version of the lovely perfume that was..do they think we dont notice they have changed it,so annoying.just cant wear it any more.its fairly cheap here in uk now,but soooo not worth it.

Jun
03
2010
barbaraloffredo
barbaraloffredo

Nuppu has nailed it for me on this one. But unlike Nuppu, who is obviously a knowledgable and avid collector of fragrances, I am not. I like to make my choice, stick with it and move on to other things. Less for me to worry about. There are so many choices to make these days, and I am not interested in confusing myself. I choose things that become classic to me and remain faithful. (Think Levi 501's). Besides, I cannot afford to collect things.

I have chosen Blue Grass as my signature scent recently. I noticed it first when I was in my twenties and a co-worker used the deodorant. She gave me a ride to work every morning and I loved the way she smelled. Getting into her car and inhaling her scent was a great start to each work day.

May
10
2010
seventh
seventh

I think that the first Bluegrass is from 1934 not late 80s. I have different oppinion about tuis. My ex loved it, and me I am not sure. It is deffinately not my favorite but there is something about it and it surely not for everyone. A hint of synthetics in it makes it a bit harsh while the lasting power and the silage is extra strong. I don't think it is for young girls and office wear but it does suits wearing it in spring or summer. Never the less you should never overspray it as many do. that is a bit mistake. This one should be wared just a little bit and to be discoverd from close presence

May
08
2010
beautyinthemundane
beautyinthemundane

Smells like smoke and disinfectant. For a similar experience, attend a barbecue in a public toilet. Actually, the base notes are okay, but still smell like cheap soap or hand cream. Sorry, but I have no idea why anyone would want to smell like this! My mother is in her 60s and agrees, so it's not an age thing for me, I just think it's deeply unpleasant.

Apr
05
2010
Tazmadshopper
Tazmadshopper

Thanks, BlueRuby for putting my thoughts into words - I thought the starting fragrance was like economy washing up liquid - but hotel soap is a much better description. Also agree you have to have 'the right skin' I love this scent on others but it is ghastly on me. The scent I bought was EDP - maybe I am simply not an EDP person? My bottle was cut price - so I'd say it is an interesting buy just to sample but don't risk big bucks on it!

Mar
19
2010
Habiba
Habiba

I found this fragrance quite boring. Another i dislike is her green tea. But i love red door velvet!

Feb
18
2010
guest_
guest_

It doesn't smell at all like it used to.
In fact i've noticed that many perfumes smell different each time i get a new botle. Poison Tendre by Dior is another one that they have changed, don't they think that we're going to notice!???.
Blue Grass did used to smell really beautiful but now it's nothin like it used to be.

Dec
15
2009
livingdedgrl
livingdedgrl

i only has this because my mother use to use it all the time when i was little and she received from my grandmother. not something i would purchse myself, but nonetheless, i do like it.

Dec
05
2009
guest_angel
guest_angel

One of the most intoxicating scents ever, for me - if it works on your skin it's absolutely heavenly, like olfactory crack! I try not to wear it too often because I just spend all day smelling myself and having mini-orgasms. ;-)

Seriously, a glorious, ultra-feminine scent on the right skin, and totally unique. There's simply nothing else like it.

Oct
15
2009
liquidiridium
liquidiridium

I like it cuz it was my grandma's favorite & it reminds me of her. Am I the only one who smells lily of the valley in this?

Sep
21
2009
milena
milena

I had this perfume, did not like it nor hate it.I like old fashion perfumes but some how this perfume just didn t do a thing for me.On my skin it smelt synthetic,though the dry down lightly powdery.

Sep
18
2009
moonruby
moonruby

*COUGHS*

I can see why this is such a classic but it heavily reminds me of old fashioned fancy hotel soap and pot pourri.

It's friendlier as an air freshener than on a person.

Sep
13
2009
Natalia78
Natalia78

Favourite perfume of Marlena Dietrich cannot be wrong. Very fresh and feminine, almost on chypre fragrance verge, Strong and long lasting. Friendly classic.

Aug
27
2009
sweetcookie
sweetcookie

I knew someone a while back who loved Blue Grass and had worn it since high school Aldehydic scents are definitely not my thing- but on her, Blue Grass was exquisite- green, lavender and lovely. like it was specially made for Donna. Her exboyfriend always gave her a bottle for her birthday. I haven't seen Donna in seversl years but I suspect she still smells wonderful in her Blue Grass!

Aug
02
2009
Darius HIldenbrandt
Darius HIldenbrandt

It's one of the best perfume which I suppose can use both - woman and man. this perfume reflects the spirit of 1934, the spirit of ART DECO era. very retrospective romantic scent , which emits the nostalgia for past retro time....

Apr
28
2009
Vivi
Vivi

I had a bottle of this when I was younger. It was not one of my favorites. Too much of something & just too strong. Maybe too complicated. I liked parts of it, but couldn't tell what they were.

Apr
10
2009
Malegria
Malegria

You have to go really easy on it, otherwise it would not talk to you. It is grassy and heavy and almost masculine, that lavender leaves are quite potent and you can not miss them! In my opinion, it is a kind of a scent that would make a young woman appear more mature, and the mature women appear younger.It was one of Marlene Dietrich`s faves, and that lady sure knew how to look classy!

Feb
26
2009
shelpen
shelpen

I finally found it: the smell they use in public restrooms - I give you Blue Grass. Why such a name??? For this weird cacophony of flowers and powder? Why?
Beside the obvious association, this fragrance is very potent and (as follows) quite "old ladysh"...
Shame!

Feb
08
2009
nutty_kitten
nutty_kitten

I love Blue Grass because it cheers me up on miserable days and people always comment that I smell so nice when I wearing this. It is a timeless perfume.

Feb
06
2009
Cyberlady
Cyberlady

I wore this many years ago and liked it a lot. I am determined to find it to try it again, I hope I am not disappointed.

Jan
16
2009
MondeoGirl
MondeoGirl

Classic, Green, fresh, powdery. Perfect for summer.

I've never discovered anything that smells even remotely like this perfume.

Nuppu gives a great description.

Dec
30
2009
Chatnoir
Chatnoir

What a great scent! I remember this one from my youth- my great-grandma wore this. It is warm prairie grasses and powder. This smells vintage, but in a good way- it smells like bottled good memories and sunshine!

Dec
27
2008
ydee
ydee

Have had this, but it is so long ago, only remember I liked it.
Green fresh scent, would love to smell again befor I buy again but can't find it in my shops to try.

I bought a mini to try again, no it isn't the same as in 1975 when I liked it. Too much aldehyde I do not like anymore and spices are not for me. I will not re-add it to my collection.

Aug
28
2008
Nuppu
Nuppu

I was intrigued by Blue Grass, how does smell dewdropsy hayfields in 1934? Well, quite nice I must say. Clean, slightly powvery floral with a hint of lavender at first. Luckily lavender fades, 'cause I do think it's better for linencabinet or garden, than on people.

This is non-offensive babybowder, clean laundry scent for people who don't want "citrus attack" or tea & fruits in their fresh scents.

Aug
04
2008

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