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English Blazer Parfums Bleu for men

English Blazer Parfums Bleu for men
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male 25- 25+

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warm spicy
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English Blazer is a luxurious and sophisticated men's fragrance; the scent of English heritage and traditions. Light and cool, it opens with marine upper note, lemon and tangerine. In the heart are: cardamom, cloves, bay leaf and basil, while the base features sandalwood, moss and musk.

It is available as 50 and 100 ml EDT and the collection of body care products.

Perfume rating: 4.31 out of 5 with 18 votes.

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Top Notes
Sea water Amalfi Lemon Mandarin Orange

Middle Notes
Clove Cardamom Basil Bay Leaf

Base Notes
Musk Sandalwood oak moss

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English Blazer Fragrance Reviews


This is a nice fresh masculine out of the shower smell. Same category as blue Stratos. I got it for AUD $4. A bargain I say.


I have both EDT & A/S & in my opinion , smells better than DN ... way more richer & denser & very natural smelling .


Original was produced by Yardley. English Blazer is very good British version of Drakkar Noir.


This scent is pure masculine classic gold,
IMO this scent lasts longer than mosts scent in my collection, even after bathing the smell remains.
Even though these days its found on the local chemist shelf it is still a great drop and an all time classic.


NO EFFIN WAY!!! I can't believe English Blazer is on here X-D fantastic! I'm not being sarcastic at all, this scent wreaks of nostalgia for my teen days, I would pinch it from my dad and take it to school, all my classmates would say "dude! Sophisto or what?". Of course, they were 14 year olds too, but we know what we liked; smelling like our dads X-D It was like having a beer at 14; I enjoyed the fact that i wasnt repulsed by it anymore because i actually enjoyed the taste, much like wearing cologne at 14. But of all the aftershaves and colognes, its hard to find one at 14 that you like.

I don't remember what it smelt like, but I know of it as a masculine, refining, proper Brittish scent.


Just to make a statement this was some of the first colognes I owned and this one is something like the second version. The first one smelled amazing and the cup was silver not gold, and it was straight from the bottom to the end. The bottle was tallest and slimmest. Here the second version with the golden weird cup shape is more like a copy I think they changed the oils with synthetic ones.
It could be worn by a gentleman in special occasions in his middle 40's. The smell is with citrus opening like orange mixed with mint and other herbs with the freshness of the air on cool night on the beach.
2 Version:
Sillage: 5
Longevity: 4 hours

1 Version ORIGINAL:
Silage: from 1 to 10 somewhere 8
Longevity: 10+ hours(I was awaking from sleep every 2 hours and wondering where is it coming this strong smell, where am I, home in my bed or lying on the beach at night :D, weird stuff)


Thank you admin' for including this on the website! I have been waiting for some time to review this fragrance!

English Blazer is one of those fragrances that can be found at almost every chemist (at least here in Australia). It starts off with crisp lemon underpinned by herbs and spices. It is really superior, in my opinion, to fragrances like Live Jazz, where the lemon smells like a cleaning product or a spray starch.

The herbs and spices that are in this fragrance have a camphorous quality that really adds depth to it. It almost smells like there is some lavender hidden away somewhere. Oakmoss is at the base and complements the middle notes and helps to maintain the crispness as the lemon subsides.

The whole concoction exudes class, a class which belies the fact that it is generally only found in chemist stores, next to the Blue Stratos and Lynx (Axe).

The longevity is not outstanding with this one, but still reasonable (lasts perhaps 3 hours on me before it is virtually undetectable).


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