Chamade Perfume by Guerlain, Announced in 1969, Chamade is a women’s Oriental floral fragrance with green, balsamic, floral, rose, warm spicy, and aldehydic main accords.
It has top notes of hyacinth, aldehydes, and bergamot. The middle notes are galbanum, lilac, jasmine, rose, cloves, and lily-of-the-valley while the bottom notes are tolu balsam, benzoin, Peru balsam, blackcurrant bud, vanilla, sandalwood, amber, and vetiver. With long-lasting longevity and moderate sillage, the fragrance wears best during spring days. Jean-Paul Guerlain, great-grandson of the company founder, is the nose for this fragrance.
Guerlain is a French perfume house founded in 1828 by Pierre-Francois Pascal Guerlain. The business first began as a provider of hygiene products before concentrating on perfumes. It was family-run until 1994, when Louis Vuitton Moet Hennessy (Lvmh) acquired the brand. The flagship boutique is located on the Champs-Elysees in Paris and production remains in France, with a facility in Orphin focusing on fragrances and another in Chartres, dedicated to cosmetics and skincare.