Eau de Toilette
Christopher Brosius - CB I Hate Perfume
Christopher: The prime note in this scent is Coppertone 1967 blended with a new accord I created especially for this perfume – North Atlantic. The base of the scent contains a bit of wet sand, seashell, driftwood and just a hint of boardwalk. The effect when you wear At The Beach 1966 is as if you've been swimming all day in the ocean. Imagine it's about 4 o'clock on a golden summer afternoon and you've been at the beach all day rubbing yourself with Coppertone suntan lotion – but Coppertone as it existed in the 60's, not quite as it is now... You walk into the surf as the waves break on the shore and, bending down to touch the surf, you notice the smell of your warm skin and of the salt water that seems so cold by comparison. It has just the faintest hint of watermelon rind.
Dave: Salty sea breeze and sea shells. Coppertone as you remember it. Dry wood, sand, warm skin.
At The Beach 1966 Notes: Coppertone 1967, north atlantic accord, wet sand, seashell, driftwood, boardwalk.