Paradox Blue by Jacomo Cologne. Originally known as Paradox, without the 'Blue'. The 'Blue' was added after the launch of Paradox Green in 2003.
It has top notes of tangelos, green combava, and basil. Middle notes consisting of mangosteen, blue cedar, and cardamom. Then base notes of amber, oakmoss, vanilla, vetiver, and light musk.
The company developed its first fragrance line in 1970, a masculine scent called Eau Cendree, closely followed by a feminine counterpart called Chicane. They remained a reasonably small business throughout the seventies, catering primarily to an elite New York clientele
The brand became more widely recognized in 1980 when it released Jacomo de Jacomo, a crisp men’s scent featuring florals, sandalwood and patchouli. The fragrance came on the...
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