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Friday, February 1, 2013

Quand Vient l'Été c1910

Quant Vient l'Ete: (When Summer Comes): launched in 1910. Created by Jacques Guerlain.

As its name suggests, this fragrance celebrates the joys of summer and portends happiness of sunny days. When the temperature rises, it leaves the body give way to sun ...


Fragrance Composition:


So what does it smell like? It is classified as a floral tobacco fragrance for women.
  • Top notes: honey, jasmine, mint, lemon, bergamot
  • Middle notes: jasmine, rose, heliotrope, ylang ylang, clove, orchid, leather, hay
  • Base notes: orris, civet and vanilla

Bottles:


Presented in the quadrilobe flacon (parfum) by Baccarat and Pochet et du Courval. Also presented in the Persane/Mauresque flacon, created by Pochet et du Courval in 1910. Based on a 17th century Persian or Moorish perfume flacon in the Guerlain family collection. This flacon was also used for other Guerlain perfumes. Specifically tailored for custom perfume. Guests can choose perfume bottle shape and color of flowers.




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Fate of the Fragrance:


The perfume was still sold in 1953, then discontinued and reissued in 1998 as a limited edition of only 2500, each eau de toilette was housed inside of the Fleuri flacon and held 75ml.

Discontinued and then relaunched in 2005.


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