Samba Zipped by Perfumers Workshop Cologne. Samba Zipped is a men’s aromatic fruity cologne that was presented in 1998.
Top notes of green notes and citruses introduce the fragrance, with floral notes in the middle. Sandalwood, musk, and amber base notes conclude this composition. This scent can be worn on spring and fall days.
The glass flacon showcases a teal green liquid and has a black cap. The packaging is a black box with a zipper graphic on one vertical edge and the fragrance names
printed on the face. Perfumers Workshop was founded in 1971 by Donald and Gun Bauchner as a provider of perfume oils and custom-blended perfume boutiques within upscale department stores. In 1977, the company launched Tea Rose, a ready-made fragrance made more widely available beyond its own perfume counters. The brand has also created the Samba collection, a youth-oriented and affordable fragrance line, in 1987 and Zipped Man, a men’s fragrance line.