Jasmin Imperatrice Eugenie Perfume by Creed, Jasmin Imperatrice Eugenie is an alluring, sensual floral oriental fragrance that fuses a gorgeously blended, refined jasmine accord with rich tones of ambergris and vanilla.
The opening is a bright, elegant effusion of fruity-aromatic bergamot, which quickly warms to a white floral and rose heart that layers intoxicating jasmine over the plush, subtly animalic and oceanic nuances of ambergris. Base notes of creamy soft sandalwood and sumptuous vanilla ground the sweet florals, producing a mysterious, elegant finish.
This aristocratic women's fragrance was launched in 1989 and was created by Olivier Creed, the sixth member of his family to carry on the house tradition. Other popular fragrances made by Olivier include Green Irish Tweed (1985), Silver Mountain Water (1995), Millesime Imperial (1995), Spring Flower (1996), Original Vetiver (2004) and Himalaya (2002). This historic perfume house was established in London in 1760, relocating to Paris in 1854 at the request of the French Empress Eugenie.