Eau De Charlotte by Annick Goutal, Eau de Charlotte is a women’s floral fruity gourmand perfume with floral, white floral, sweet, cacao, and powdery main accords.
Introduced in 1982, this fragrance starts with a lily top note, followed by middle notes of mimosa and lily-of-the-valley. The cacao and vanilla base notes finish this work. This scent can be worn on spring, summer, and fall days and has moderate sillage and longevity.
Annick Goutal was a pianist, fashion model, and antiquities dealer who became a perfumer who trained in Grasse, France. In 1980, she opened her first perfume shop in Paris, France and in the next year, created Eau d’Hadrien, which became very popular.
The brand became successful in Europe, launching twenty fragrances by 1999, when Goutal passed away. Goutal’s daughter Camille and Goutal’s friend and collaborator Isabelle Doyen became the co-perfumers for the brand. Asian beauty company AmorePacific is the parent company of this brand, which carries shower gels, body care, and face care products.