Creed Sublime Vanille, 8.4 oz./ 250 mL

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Creed Sublime Vanille, 8.4 oz./ 250 mL

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A provocative blend of vanilla and Tonka bean, Sublime Vanille is rendered mysterious with sparkling notes of lemon. The result is a universal soft oriental, nearly gourmand scent for both him and her, from newcomers and devotees of vanilla to fragrance connoisseurs who wish to add a true asset to their curated fragrance collection. Those who encounter Sublime Vanille are powerless to resist its hypnotic spell, willfully surrendering to its heady decadence. To enjoy this elegant open-neck bottle on your travels, Creed recommends the separate purchase of a Creed Italian Leather Atomizer.

Part of Creed's Les Royales Exclusives Collection, a selection of scents created with the noblest essences and rarest infusion technique. Designed, made and filtered by hand, each exclusive fragrance is presented in a hand-crafted glass bottle by centuries-old Parisian glassmaker, Pochet. The gold-accented flacon, a statement of the legacy, quality and collectability of fragrance as art.
  • Top notes: vanilla from Comoros (Africa), Tonka bean
  • Middle notes: white bergamot, lemon
  • Base notes: bergamot, Tonkin musk
8.4 oz./ 250 mL

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About Creed:
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.