Mizu, meaning water in Japanese, combines zesty yuzu with spearmint for an aqua seltzer opening that feels like ice water running down your spine. It’s the perfect palate cleanser, especially on stupid hot days when your brain seems to stop working. Although Mizu is technically a woody-aromatic citrus, you wouldn’t mistake Mizu for a French or American eau de cologne. There’s something intrinsically Japanese in its transparency, delicate sourness, and complex use of herbs..” Special thanks to Luckyscent!

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HouseDi Ser
OriginJapan
FragranceMizu
Year2000
NoseYasuyuki Shinohara
ConcentrationEDP
GenderU
SeasonSummer + Spring + Early Autumn
Size/Cost33ml/$115
Source/LinkLuckyscent
SoundtrackTangerine Taxi by Monopoly Child Star Searchers, 2018
Rating81%

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