In September 2008 I was in Barcelona and taking advantage of this little trip, I sniffed the latest launch from Loewe, Aguazul de Loewe, which is a perfume that comes in limited edition, introduced in May 2008. As a flanker to 2000’s Agua de Loewe, Aguazul de Loewe is a shared woody aromatic fragrance, imbued with freshness and authenticity, the 2 main attributes of this classic signature scent.
Tested initially on paper and only then on my skin, Aguazul de Loewe revealed its pleasant facet, dominated by a tangerine note that feels enchanting on the skin. The fragrance begins on a pungent shot of citrus notes: Japanese yuzu, bergamot, tangerine and pink grapefruit. Then, as the heart phase takes place, Aguazul de Loewe becomes even more refreshing, due to the blend of Brazilian pineapple, spring water, green apple and cassis. At the base, the woody noted begin to fight for prominence. The notes included here are Indian Mysore sandalwood, musk and Morocco Atlas cedar.
Aguazul de Loewe comes in a bottle that is a re-interpretation of the original Agua de Loewe, except this time the color scheme employed was blue, instead of soft green. This transparent blue-shaded glass is adorned with Loewe’s logo and the perfume’s name in the left lower part, while the larger base and the simple curves of the flask bring to mind the shape of an old bottle of water. Overall, this perfume launched by the iconic fashion house founded in 1846 by the German leather craftsman, Enrique Roessberg Loewe, is the ideal unisex fragrance, which can be used during any period of the year.
Aguazul de Loewe Perfume Details
- Aguazul de Loewe is available as limited edition in 50, 100 and 150 ml Eau de Toilette Spray; the lasting power is average (6 to 10 hours) and the sillage is good.
- Olfactory Group: Woody Aromatic
- For: Unisex
- Year Introduced: 2008
- Recommended Wear: Day
- Dress Code: Casual