This is another cologne for men that screams "staying power" through its time successfully spent on the market and its classic yet ever-alluring mix of fragrant notes. Making its first appearance in 1988, its note mix of sea water, calone, sandalwood, amber and oakmoss can be described best by the phrase "reliable novelty." The scent is a classic one that does not utterly confuse the nose, but does in fact provide a olfactory teasing moment or two. Davidoff's Cool Water has been around the world for a while and will continue to be a threatening mainstay amongst competitors and imitators alike for years to come. Indeed, this is a must-have fragrance for any man of any age.