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Adventurer Eddie Bauer for men

Adventurer Eddie Bauer for men
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Adventurer is a fresh and clean smelling fragrance that contains notes of herbs, citruses, marigold, geranium, sandalwood, pine and tobacco. Launched in 1993 , it is available as an Eau Cologne in bottles of 50 and 100 ml.

Perfume rating: 4.31 out of 5 with 17 votes.

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Green Notes Citruses

Middle Notes
Marigold Geranium

Base Notes
Sandalwood Pine Tobacco

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Hi everyone -

Eddie Bauer Adventurer is one of my all-time favorites. I wore it in college and loved the lingering scent. I am wretched with describing colognes so I won't try. I lament that it is out of production, and that the Ebay trolls are asking so much money for it. For memory sake, I just want a few sniffs of it. If anyone has any with which they are willing to part, I'd be very grateful. Just a ml or two would be adequate!

My email address is [email protected] if you can assist me.

Amos Jolthead
Amos Jolthead

Before splashing some Adventurer on I can mainly smell a pine note surrounded by some other green notes and flowers. When I put it on, I initially get a small burst of citrus on a background of some green notes. The heart of the fragrance consists mainly of florals against the lasting pine. I can distinguish the marigold as I think it has an interesting scent. The base notes are basically a light tobacco and wood, kind of reminiscent of a man smoking his cigar in his cabin after he’s been out ‘adventuring.’

I’m not sure this is made anymore but I think some individuals are still selling it. I got mine from a seller on Amazon. It used to be really cheap but the price has jumped quite a bit since it’s out of production. All in all it’s not bad. I would say it’s more than worth the 10-20$ price that it used to have, but I’m not sure I’d buy it again. I’d give this an average rating on sillage and longevity.


This review is about the earlier version, before the reformulation. It's sad to hear that Eddie Bauer (or the fragrance company who makes it for them) decided to change such a pleasant smelling cologne.

I have a bottle of this that is 80% full at this point and it's one of my first favorite colognes. I was curious to see how it has been priced as of late, and was dismayed to find it is now discontinued. Used examples still sell for rather hefty prices and new is commanding even more. I can only hope Eddie Bauer reads these kinds of reviews and eventually decides to return to the original formula, re-releasing it as "Classic Adventurer" perhaps.

I'm not well versed in all of the fragrance lingo at this point, so I'll need to be simple for now and revisit this later. I agree it has a woody aromatic scent, with a lush green overtone. It goes on more like an EdP than an EdT, requiring a little restraint in application.. What I like about it, at least in my experience, is that the fragrance stays true to form as it dries down. No unexpected morphing of notes going on. It's a classic, reliable, bold woodsy green fragrance that is definitely masculine without being overtly macho. I haven't tested the new version, Adventurer II, but I'll make a point of doing so to have my own experience of the differences.


This is the greatest fragrance I've ever used! It's so disappointing that it was discontinued. I have a stock pile of bottles that I sadly have to use sparingly so that I do not run out. I have yet to find a replacement, though I keep looking. Adventurer 2 is nowhere near as good.


This is a great mens fragrance and I used to wear it lightly and I would get a lot of compliments because it was not too strong. I can't believe that they stopped making it. I refuse to pay 90 plus dollars for a leftover bottle. Does anyone know of a comparable fragrance like Adventurer? I have tried to find something close but no luck.


I've got a vintage bottle. It smells quite good, with obvious spicy and ambery qualities. The major accord is characterized by a kind of maple syrup effect, with a "boozy" element. This is the gentlest treatment of pine and tobacco I've ever encountered. There are no obvious aroma chemicals used. Longevity and projection ("sillage") are quite good as well. Note separation is not great but it does smell natural, though a bit strange (almost like fenugreek), with a tangy quality.


This is so nice, a green amazonia smell. make me remember so much things. is a masculine smell. if any body find it 20 year after you have luck, because i have years i didn't see it any more.


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