Silver Mountain Water EDP 50ml


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A fragrance originally created for David Bowie, Silver Mountain Water was inspired by skiing in the Swiss Alps. Suggesting sparkling streams of water coursing through the snow-topped Alps of Switzerland, feeling both relaxation and renewal in this pure and bracing landscape. The clean fresh mountain air, the scent of exhilaration, evocative of the sparkling high mountain streams of water. The silver cap for the bottle represents the snow topped mountain with a glistening silver stream. A refreshing infusion of Green Tea and Blackcurrants. As bracing as a pure mountain waterfall in springtime.

Top: Bergamot, Mandarin
Middle: Ozonic Notes, Green Tea Blackcurrant Buds
Base: Sandalwood, Musks

Olivier Creed

Silver Mountain Water is an Eau de Parfum that wears like a fresh, subtle aura of clean, giving the wearer at least 8 hours of longevity on the skin. Delicious and intriguing in it’s understatement, the obvious initial note of Mandarin eventually drying down to its earthier notes of Sandalwood, soft Musk and Tea.

We love how this fragrance originally concocted for David Bowie, smells just like we imagine David would have, if you’d been lucky enough to give him a hug. Both uplifting and soothing, if not a little bit mysterious. Alternatively, its watery purity may transport you to a glistening stream by a cosy chalet, nested discreetly atop snow-covered mountains. Either way, it smells deliciously fresh and clean.

Spanning seven generations thus far, The House of Creed’s ethos is in creating the highest quality fragrances with the purest elements from around the world. Each scent is weighed, mixed, macerated and filtered all by hand in the highest tradition of the House’s founder, James Creed. Renowned for providing commissioned fragrances to royal houses, celebrity clientele and the political elite all over the world, it was in the 1970’s Creed made their fragrances available to the public to purchase in their Parisian boutique.

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