Blue Sage, Lime, Fir Wood Men’s fragrances by Korres
One of the latest men’s fragrances from the House of Korres is Blue Sage. The name of the perfume hints at the direction in which goes. The Greek chemist couple’s company deliberately dispenses with grand gestures and fancy names. The contents rather than the packaging count. Thus the men’s fragrances are deliberately presented in a simple bottle with a white top that remind a little of chemists’ bottles. Nevertheless, Korres Blue Sage also has the typical connection to the Greek roots of the company, which stands for sustainable, environmentally-friendly and, most importantly, skin-friendly products.
Korres - Blue Sage pampers and refreshes
Use of unnecessary chemicals is avoided and the ingredients used in these men’s fragrances are as pure as you’ve come to expect from the company’s exquisite beauty products. This applies to the shower gel and gift set as well as to the Blue Sage perfume itself. The top note consists of mint, grapefruit and lime. The Greek connection is formed by the perfume first in the middle note through the nuance of aromatic sage. It is combined with nutmeg, geranium and pine and blended in the base note with vetiver, ambergris and patchouli. The Greeks consider sage as the king of plants and it still represents wisdom and power today. Accordingly, the fresh, woody Korres Blue Sage is aimed not so much at very young men as more at men who have already achieved something in life and who go their own way without worrying about the mainstream.