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Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Royal Extract by Guerlain c2014

Royal Extract by Guerlain: launched in 2014 as a limited edition for the famous Harrod's department store in England. The name is a direct tribute to the 1828 perfume, Royal Extract of Flowers, created by Guerlain's founder Pierre-Francois-Pascal, the same year that he established the illustrious company.

Over the years the fragrance has gone through several incarnations:
  • 1999 Guet Apens 
  • 2002 No.68   
  • 2005 Attrape Cœur 
  • 2007 Vol de Nuit Evasion
  • 2014 Royal Extract 

Fragrance Composition:

So what does it smell like? It is classified as an ambery floral fragrance for women.
  • Top notes: peach, raspberry, bergamot
  • Middle notes: violet, iris, rose, jasmine, and tuberose, cinnamon
  • Base notes: amber, vanilla, orris, tonka bean, sandalwood, oakmoss, leather, patchouli


Elegantly housed in the white bee bottle and adorned with a moss green label and ribbon.
  • 125ml Eau de Parfum

Retails for £280 ($470 USD) and available at Harrod's exclusively.

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