Cologne du Maghreb is an all-natural classic eau de cologne by Andy Tauer. This is Tauer’s project of recreating traditional eau de cologne but adding his own signature.
Cologne du Maghreb is an aromatic citrus. It’s like lemons and licorice. And then it wears as big ‘ole lemons. It’s bright and sunny. There’s a hint of spicy neroli and clove. And then it dries down to “woodsy aromatic”.
Overall, it’s a rather uncomplicated fragrance. It’s a lemon eau du cologne made from botanicals. Projection and longevity are below average, even for a cologne concentration. It’s also all-natural so that doesn’t really help with longevity either. I only get about an hour of wear in the warmer months.
Notes listed include citrus, cistus, ambreine, cedarwood, java vetiver, bergamot, lemon, neroli, orange blossom, lavender, rosemary, rose absolute, rose essential oil and clary sage. Launched in 2010. PERFUMER – Andy Tauer
Give Cologne du Maghreb a try if you like natural perfumes or classic eau du colognes. Or if you like perfumes like 4711, Potter & Moore Lavender & Italian Lemon, L’Occitane Citrus Verbena Intense, Fragonard Citron and/or Guerlain Eau de Fleurs de Cedrat. Cologne du Maghreb is unisex.
The 1.7 oz bottle retails for $85 at Indie Scents. Samples are also available for purchase.
Victoria’s Final EauPINION – Lemon eau de cologne. This one is really short-lived so I see myself wearing something more like Balmain Monsieur Balmain if I want lemon.
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