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Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Eau de Guerlain c1973

Eau de Guerlain: launched in 1973, in USA by 1974. Created by Jean Paul Guerlain.

Fragrance Composition:

So what does it smell like? It is classified as a classic citrus fragrance for women and men. It starts off with a citrusy fresh bergamot, lemon and basil top, followed by a fresh floral woody heart of jasmine and patchouli, resting on a mossy base.
  • Top notes: fruit note, basil, bergamot, caraway, petitgrain, and lemon
  • Middle notes: carnation, thyme, sandalwood, patchouli, lavender, jasmine, mint, and rose
  • Base notes:  amber, musk, oakmoss, and verbena

I tested a vintage 1990s sample and it started off with citrus, mint and herbal notes, then the rose and jasmine became more prominent followed by a drydown of oakmoss, amber and musk.


"Eau de Guerlain" - (1974) A series of three clear glass bottles, molded pressed oval, cylindrical section, pebble-shaped polished marble, with their caps "marble roller" gold lacquered resin, titrated. Model designed by Robert Granai and edited by Glass Pochet & Du Courval. Top:. 17 cm, 14 cm and 11 cm.

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