Summary: I had tried this fragrance some time ago, but being out of my price range ignored it. But as luck would have it, I was offered a bottle from a friend who didn't like it. He complained of a metallic note and thought it might be fake. (I paid $20 for it!
Summary: GIT is a green, natural smelling high class product which smells classy and elegant. Cool Water is an aquatic, synthetic smelling cheap/accessible product which smells common - that's my take on the debate, and it ends there.
Summary: my last comment about it (@scentfollower and @Medard): I believe you are wrong, mainly because there are people who didn't have the opportunity to learn English. Then, by your way of thinking, they shouldn't contribute with reviews here. That is wrong. Wrong and segregating.
Summary: I can't seem to find my words tonight...not able to articulate the way I normally would. So I'll keep it short and sweet...I absolutely love this fragrance. It's like someone mowed a tall field of Kentucky bluegrass, clover and wild flowers and bottled it. One of the best fragrances ever created.
Summary: Fresh and pure... What a great smelling fragrance! It really feels like walking through the countryside on a cold, dewy morning... with the aromas of the vegetation and greenery mixed with that cold, damp air! To me there is a lot going on here.
Summary: Does it smell like Cool Water? Hell No!!!.. This juice for me is wayy wayy different and better than Cool water. It is smooth, pretty well rounded off, Beautiful at the beginning and changes very nicely towards the dry down on my skin. I don't care if its expensive. But boy, it lasts..