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Saturday, February 9, 2013

Purple Fantasy c2001

Purple Fantasy by Guerlain: launched in 2001. Created by Jean Paul Guerlain.

Fragrance Composition:



So what does it smell like? It is classified as a fruity floral fragrance for women.
  • Top Notes: bergamot, green tea, coconut, orange, violet, neroli
  • Heart Notes: apricot, jasmine, tuberose, osmanthus, cardamom
  • Base Notes: sandalwood, cedar, iris


Bottles:


It was first presented in the 1 oz Louis XVI flacon (eau de toilette), but in a wild purple hue.





Fate of the Fragrance:


It was discontinued shortly after its introduction. It was then relaunched in 2005 as an eau de parfum in the Les Parisiennes line.






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