Renowned as "the costliest perfume in the world," the Joy line was created in 1930 by haute couture designer Jean Patou. One ounce of the lavish scent contains 10,600 jasmine flowers and 28 dozen May roses. The luxurious composition is coveted by women around the world. The scent blends: Top notes of Bulgarian rose, ylang-ylang, and tuberose. Middle and base notes of jasmine from Grasse and May rose. 2.5-ounce eau de parfum spray in a clear glass bottle with a gold metal and jewel top stopper.
Created in 1972, this floral-chypre scent is from the fragrance house of Jean Patou, which first discovered Osmanthus, a shrub originally from the Himalayas, China and Japan that only blossoms a few hours in spring, making it impossible to predict the annual production of the scent. It's called 1000 as it literally took 1000 attempts to find the perfect scent. Top Note: Osmanthus Absolute of China, Violettes Leaves Absolute of France, Lily of the Valley Accord Heart Note: Damascena Rose Oil, Rose Absolute of Grasse, Jasmine Absolute of Grasse Base Note: Indonesian Patchouli Oil, Indian Sandalwood Oil
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