You know what you smell like?

Evidently, “red-inspired top notes of cool ozone, chilled apple and frozen bergamot. Clean mid-notes of pear skin, and lavandin blend with frosted nutmeg, white birch and blue cypress musk notes”.  Who knew?

And before you ask, no, the Tennessee man doesn’t smell of chaw and despair.

I am surprised they didn’t try to incorporate the scent of Nick Saban’s funk into the Alabama men’s cologne, though.  It’s the smell of success!



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33 responses to “You know what you smell like?

  1. Cojones

    Let me know when they have one for ole’ farts.

    First one that mentions bathroom sprays gets smacked!


  2. Don’t LSU fans already have a natural fragrance?


  3. Hogbody Spradlin

    Not just apple, but ‘chilled’ apple. Isn’t that special.


  4. WillTrane

    Based on reported 7th day and 8th day practice reports CMR thinks his players stink. That is why he wants them to wear Blue Emu. Evidently he needs them to change to this brand even though there are no Georgia retailers…proiveds emotional connection and passion…guess everyone will know by the score board adn aroma from the field when they play LSU.


  5. watcher16

    Too bad this wasn’t out in time for SOD to give to his unhygienic boys


  6. AusDawg85

    I thought this was the most pretentious bunch of b.s. and was going to comment accordingly until I clicked on the link and saw what it was all about. Then I bought some.

    Oh that’s right Austin…you be smellin’ GEORGIA MAN now!


  7. All guys need is that sweet smell of fresh clean Old Spice and not too much.


  8. Irishdawg

    Florida’s brand of cologne smells of marsh breezes and date rape.


  9. TomReagan

    Dab some whiskey and coke on yourself if you want to smell like gameday.


  10. Old school GEORGIA GIRLS would not waste a dab of Bourbon on any GEORGIA BOY. I mean back in the day…..


  11. Bulldog Joe

    “Morning in Downtown Athens”: Experience the Georgia Bulldog spirit with this lingering scent featuring top notes of stale natural light, smoky mid-notes of burnt tobacco and cannabis, and low finishing notes of discarded food and vomit. A distinct, contemporary scent for the Georgia man.


  12. This reminds me of the time some company was handing out car air fresheners while I was tailgating one time. They were in the shape of a football and apparently captured the “essence of Gameday in Athens.” When it didn’t smell like bourbon, cigars, and beautiful young women, I was pretty disappointed.


  13. Bryant Denny

    …otherwise known as private label Right Guard. 🙂


  14. Mrs. Herschel must be a very sophisticated Lady. I like a lady that knows the bottom, mid and top notes of her fragrances. Bergamot being the top note of one of the best. Tuberose Gardenia is my favorite.