Polo Blue cologne by Ralph Lauren comes in a square-rectangular dark blue glass bottle. It is semi see through and has the typical Ralph Lauren insignia in silver in the front center of the scent. The insignia looks like a polo player sitting on a horse. The cap pops on and off and is silver as well.
Polo Blue was first launched in 2002 and is categorized as a natural outdoors fragrance. It has notes of fresh melon, patchouli, geranium, melon de cavallion, tangerine, clary sage absolute, lush accord and sliced cucumber. It also has hints of washed suede, sheer musk, amber wood, velvety moss and basil verbena. This scent has a moderate scent strength which means it does not require a lot of sprays to achieve desired smell and does not overwhelm those around the wearer. It is recommended for evenings and causal wear which makes it great for most occasions.
Polo Blue has been a women’s favorite men’s cologne since it came out and has maintained its place on our favorites list. The scent life of this cologne is average and lasts anywhere between six to ten hours. Although this may be so, users say one of the negatives of this fragrance is that it doesn’t last long. Generally Polo Blue is a cologne that most users would recommend to friends and say that it has a unique, sexy evening vibe to it.
Due to all these positive aspects we have to highly recommend trying it. As Ralph Lauren has shown us before, most of there scent are fresh, clean, citrusy and exciting. They draw compliments from the ladies and can be mixed with a variety of outfits, seasons and occasions. Men who like this cologne will probably also enjoy Chrome by Loris Azzaro,Le Male by Jean Paul Gualtier and Armani Code perfume, a most popular edition of Giorgio Armani.
Polo Blue is sold in a 1.3 oz bottle which retails for $35, a 3.4oz bottle which retails for $50 and a 4.2oz bottle which retails for $70. It can generally be purchased at most major department stores.