Received today, the set is as mint as the seller described. But the juice tells the tale, so on to the juice. I expected a bit of age fading of the scents on all of these but can't say for sure that there's been any since there's nothing of their era to compare them against except themselves. I will be typing these as I open and sample the bottles with a few minutes in between. I should probably sniff raw coffee in between to cleanse the palate. ICE BLUE: The Ice Blue is about 90% identical to what you'd buy today except that there's a sharper but pleasant note that leaps out past the menthol. I don't know what it is. Either it's something just not included in current production, or other components have faded allowing this one to stand out. Whichever, I'm not at all crazy about current blue aftershaves but I do like this stuff. It's not high end cologne but it's good...less linear, a little more well-rounded than current production. If what I'm smelling is like it originally was, I now can see why the blue was popular. In fact, it's not very far off from Cool Water if that gives you a general idea. Yeah...imagine Cool Water doing an aftershave and this is about right. Surprisingly nice. MENTHOL MIST: Hm. Tough one. Sharper and a bit darker in tone, but with more going on than the Ice Blue. I can't put my finger on what's the deal with this one. All I can say is, it does not resemble anything current (or vintage) that I can remember sampling. It's slightly medicinal, wintergreen-ish, but not at all off-putting. Faded faster on my skin than the I.B. did, too. Pity. I like it a lot. Also a pleasant surprise. EDIT: my eight year old, who's got a pretty good nose on her, with no coaching from me says this one's her favorite because "it's the most interesting." I see what she means. FROSTY LIME: One of the two I was waiting for. A crisp but soft and slightly sweet (but not cloying or candy-like) lime, with almost a hint of sweetish musk (?) underlying it. The menthol cooling is more pronounced here than with the first two, oddly. Not as straight up limey as Avon's Island Lime but without the heavy musky foundation underlying a lot of what Avon did with their aftershaves. The lime fades quickly into a fairly neutral, synthetic citrusy fragrance. Not bad at all...will add a few drops of lime EO just because it can't hurt. REDWOOD: This is the one I have long wanted to try, and the most worth the wait. Yeah. Heh, oh yeah. I've always been a sucker for anything piney or cedary and this stuff is it. A healthy blast of cedar, not pine, almost like freshly opened cedar mulch (saw that description elsewhere and it's 100% correct) but very nicely done. Not much else going on with it but it doesn't need much else. Yeah, it's one note but it is what it says on the label and if that's what you want, it delivers. It's what you'd expect the guy from the Brawny towel label to smell like. I really, REALLY dig this stuff. Pity it's extinct. Pity they're all extinct because there's not a dud in the bunch (and IF these are faded, the originals make some current colognes pale). These all will be sparsely used, but used they shall be. Sorry if it was boring. Thanks for reading.