Eau de Toilette

by Knize

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A floral addition to the Knize family, Knize Two, created in 1978, is a fresh floral chypre with a beautiful, cut violet-leaf note singing in its heart. Clean and fresh but with minor-key notes that keep its melody interesting, Knize Two could help usher in spring with its sunny disposition.

It opens with a green and slightly soapy accord offset by bitter-fresh galbanum and petitgrain, all of which is sharpened with bergamot and lemon. A subtle fruit note adds warmth to Knize Two's radiant florals, among them rose, jasmine, and carnation. Its woody/mossy drydown — with cedarwood, sandalwood, and musk — gives scratchy texture to the smooth and subtley lingering florals that shine through the base.

A throwback to a time when a clean scent could have complexity and on the feminine side of unisex, Knize Two is reminiscent of Geoffrey Beene's classic Grey Flannel — if the latter were wearing a garland of flowers around its neck.

Two  Notes

Bergamot, Lemon, Petitgrain, green notes, Galbanum, Iris, Violet, Jasmine, Carnation, Rose, Aldehydes, Cedarwood, Sandalwood, Moss, Tonka Bean, Musk, Ambergris

Two Sizes Available
50ml $75
.7 ml
.7 ml Sample $4
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Here's what other people are saying about Two...
Got a sample of this, and I'm liking it lots. I get 1990s-flavored crisp green freshness (even though apparently it was launched in 1978), with soft, lovely, clean soapy/shaving cream-style florals. I notice violet among it, making it a touch powdery, but in a way I can totally dig (though I’m not usually a huge powdery-scent fan). I am quite quite fond of this.
By   - writer from Seattle on 10/22/2016
This is lovely, just lovely. Opens with sweet sharp florals that are sophisticated and innocent at the same time. Good intensity, sillage and lasting power (fading seriously after about 7 hours). I guess a man could wear this, but to me it is really very feminine and full bottle worthy. Should be tried. How about getting Belle Epoch and Lady Knize, if they are anywhere near as good as this, they'll fly off the shelves!
By  on 8/8/2011
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