Freedom by Tommy Hilfiger, Freedom, launched in 1999, is an exciting and masculine cologne. Licorice, cucumber, grapefruit, tangerine, and lemon create a citrusy opening. The middle notes add heat and spice. They are chili pepper, cinnamon, ginger, cypress, and sage. Sandalwood, California redwood, and oakmoss are the base notes.
Since 1984, Tommy Hilfiger has been a staple of the fashion community. The preppy pieces and Americana themes have long been popular for casual and business-casual wear. In 1995 the brand expanded to include fragrances. Since then, they’ve released over 70 successful perfumes, many in collaboration with famous musicians. Harry Fremont is the perfumer behind this scent.
The bottle holding this cologne is tall and rectangular with half the glass clear and half frosted. The outer box plays on the brand’s well-known red, white, and blue themes. This scent's sillage and longevity are moderate, which make it a great choice for a warm day when you want a subtle aroma.