XXI - Blonde Amber
A romantic and dynamic story of the Art Deco period is bought to life in pure perfume pleasure.
Top Notes: Bitter orange, Baies rose, Ginger, Olibanum, Rum, Bergamot, Grapefruit, Cardamom.
Heart Notes: Blonde tobacco, Orris, Sandalwood, Jasmine, Saffron, Osmanthus, Dry fruits, Tuberose.
Base Notes: Vetiver, Labdanum, Myrrh, Patchouli, Musk, Cedarwood, Incense, Vanilla, Tonka bean.
A deep and smokey amber perfume with floral flourishes, inspired by this key design material of the era. A warm amber, spiced with aromatic and smokey blonde tobacco tells the story of Art Deco decadence. A riot of flourishing florals and dried fruits join the melee of fine ingredients, creating an indulgent blend.
ALCOHOL DENAT., PARFUM (FRAGRANCE), AQUA (WATER), BENZOPHENONE-2, LIMONENE, COUMARIN, LINALOOL, EUGENOL, CINNAMAL, CITRAL, GERANIOL, BENZYL BENZOATE.
For external use only.
Please be aware that ingredient lists may change or vary from time to time. Please refer to the ingredient list on the product package you receive for the most up to date list of ingredients.
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Clive Christian Perfume has a rich and vibrant history and as the brand has grown and evolved throughout time, these classic perfumes and their exquisite craftsmanship have remained the epitome of luxury perfumery.
Clive Christian’s history began in Victorian England where it was established by William Sparks Thomson as The Crown Perfumery Company. Having first opened a corsetry business in 1840, Thomson and his son found that due to the tightness of the garment’s ladies would faint and so lavender based smelling-salts were introduced to revive his clients. These salts were soon followed by the creation of a highly concentrated perfume called Crab Apple Blossom in 1865 which is where this company’s perfumed history begins.
The scents quickly caught the attention of high society and in 1872 Queen Victoria, one of the companies most famous customers, graciously granted the use of the image of her crown on the perfume bottles.
By 1879 The Crown Perfumery Company was exporting half a million bottles of 49 different perfumes to 47 different countries around the world, establishing its place in the world of perfumery.
By the 1920’s, The Crown perfumery Company had won over twenty medals, a true mark of the quality of its products.
The Crown Perfumery Company was reimagined as Clive Christian Perfume, and the inaugural Original Collection of perfumes launched in 1999. Clive Christian OBE restored the craftsmanship and tradition of haute perfumery and having celebrated 150 years, the perfumes are still adored by the modern elite of today.