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Downtown by Calvin Klein is a woodsy, floral musk scent. Top notes of pear, plum and bergamot are fruity and fresh. Middle notes of violet leaf, gardenia and pink peppercorn are a sophisticated floral, spice combination while base notes of musk, cedar and vetiver are earthy and warm.
Tommy Eau de Prep by Tommy Hilfiger is a woodsy, aromatic scent. Top notes of sage and grapefruit are zesty and fresh. Middle notes of pepper and geranium are aromatic, and a perfect compliment to the base of suede, amber and moss.
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