Sixth-generation master perfumer Olivier Creed looks beyond our times to revive innocence and the first bloom of love with Fleurs de Gardenia fragrance for women. In his French country workshop, working alongside his son Erwin, Mr. Creed blends First Love gardenias, which grow only in pairs. He rewrites romance the way we first felt it: a pure, gentle, dreamlike reality of fluttering hearts and soaring spirits. Double Blush roses, lavender peonies and other gems chosen by the young generation of the House of Creed become the master perfumer's portrait of how love wasand can be again. Creed Fleurs de Gardenia's feminine bottle seems to blush with the heady romance of this lovely perfume.
Classification: Floral / Fresh
Characteristics: Translucent, delicate, ethereal, stimulating, bright, romantic. A blissful return to love's first blossoming, crafted by two generation of the House of Creed.
Top notes: Pink berries, fresh, ripe blackcurrant, engaging galbanum.
Middle notes: First Love Gardenias, double blush roses, lavender peonies, Lily of the Valley, pink jasmine.
Base notes: Soft musk, Pink Patchouli, Virginia cedar.
Founded in 1760 and passed from father to son, Creed is the world's only privately held luxury fragrance dynasty. Based in Paris, the company today is led by Olivier Creed, a sixth-generation master perfumer. Creed is famous for unrelenting high standards when it comes to fragrance creation.. Mr. Creed travels the globe searching for the purest essences to compose his masterpieces. Using the infusion technique (which has been abandoned by the modern industry), Creed weighs, mixes, macerates, and filters everything by hand. They also use the highest percentage of natural components in the prestigious French perfume industry.