Cool Water Game by Davidoff is advertised as having citrus top notes of apple and lemon, middle notes of exotic fruit, freesia and water-lily, and spicy base notes of cedar, sandalwood and amber. I can't smell the citrus notes of the perfume except for when it is initially sprayed on, but the exotic fruit, water-lily and sandalwood shine through in the scent for me, but I understand that it has a different effects on different peoples skin, like all perfumes. This conjures up a lovely mood of sunny skies and days at the beach in exotic locations. The smell is quite light and not very long-lasting, but it is not an expensive perfume so it can be sprayed liberally every day as opposed to more expensive stronger perfumes, which can be very nice to help refresh the skin on a sticky summers day.
The packaging is very neat and simple with a theme of exotic sea blue and bright pink and gives a good impression of the fragrance of the product, it also looks more expensive than the item is which is often useful when on a budget and buying for yourself or buying a gift for someone! I own the 30ml version, which is a lovely size for most small handbags but it also comes in a 100ml version.
The slight downside to the perfume is the sweetness, I normally prefer a much more spicy and deep fragrance and therefore have trouble finding a day-to-day perfume and would normally be put off by a sweet scent as it makes me think of children's perfumes and can be quite sickly and sometimes give me a bit of a migraine. This fragrance however only has a light sweetness that is complemented by the scent sandalwood, making it smell like water falls.
If you want a cheap every day perfume as a gift for a young fun-loving woman or you are a fan of beach parties and exotic holidays, then this is the perfume for you. It is unlike other Cool Water perfumes from Davidoff in that it has less emphasis on the more masculine notes and more on the floral scents. I have previously owned a very similar perfume called Red Jeans by Versace, which is very similar but has less floral notes, so it is likely that if you are a fan of Red Jeans you will also like Game by Davidoff.