Classified as a fougère scent, the Clubman Pinaud Lime Sec Cologne contains notes used to imitate fern. However, it is not the most important element to this smell, since that particular honor belongs to the lime that dominates its top notes. Beneath that, the Lime Sec cologne consists of floral notes sitting in the middle atop a stronger base of musk and wood. Splashed on after shaving, this product is perfect for summer because it is light and refreshing even when the splashes are a lot more liberal than is desirable under normal circumstances.
Pinaud’s origins can be traced to 1810, when Edouard Pinaud set up shop as a perfumer in Paris. He sold perfumes, but also carried creams, soaps, and countless other personal care products. In time, Edouard launched the Clubman product line, distinguishable using the Frenchman that is its proud emblem. Since then, Edouard’s successors have expanded the Clubman line, selling it to countries around the globe.