Clean has launched Clean for Men Black Leather and Clean for Men White Vetiver, and will launch Clean Lovegrass in March.
Clean for Men Black Leather ~ "a spicy musk with an edge for the sophisticated, self-confident modern man. Top notes of bergamot and black peppercorn make it like slipping on a well-worn jacket. And a trail of Juniper, spearmint and violet leaf and black orchid dress it up for an impression that won't soon be forgotten." Additional notes include ozonic marine notes, musk, leather and amber. $84 for 100 ml Eau de Toilette.
Clean for Men White Vetiver ~ "smooth and ethereal with a warm, smoky aroma. Light, yet full-bodied, it features fresh-harvested vetiver roots enhanced by the savory sensuality of rich earth. Perfect for the good-natured relaxed gentleman who appreciates experiences and adventure." With notes of bergamot, juniper berries, bigarade, vetiver, cotton wood, moss, orris, musk and tonka bean. $84 for 100 ml Eau de Toilette.
Clean Lovegrass ~ Developed by perfumer Patricia Choux, and featuring notes of lemon blossom, clementine, citron, black pepper, iris, orange blossom, rose, woods, amber, skin musks, patchouli and labdanum. In 60 ml Eau de Parfum.
(quotes via cleanperfume, additional information via cosmoty.de)
Clean seems to have run out of ideas for fabric softener smells and have started venturing out in un-clean territories like Oud and leather.
Will try the leather if I see it, but none of them have impressed me so far.
I only manage to smell a fraction, but I think they mostly make the unclean smell clean too.