Lady Emblem Elixir Perfume by Mont Blanc, Lady Emblem Elixir is a chypre floral women’s perfume that was introduced in 2016. It has rose, powdery, citrus, fresh spicy, fruity, and white floral main accords.
The fragrance opens with top notes of litchi, pepper, and mandarin orange, followed by middle notes of Damask rose, iris, jasmine, and orange blossom. Base notes of patchouli, vanilla, and sandalwood close this arrangement. Ideal for fall day wear, this scent had moderate sillage and longevity ranging from moderate to very long lasting.
Mont Blanc was initially known as the Simplo Filler Pen Company when it was founded in Hamburg, Germany by a stationer, a banker, and an engineer in 1908. The upscale pens gained a following, which led to its name change in 1934 to its current mark, after one of its pens. Over time, the company has added leather goods, jewelry, and watches to its offerings.
Beginning in the 1990s, boutiques began opening worldwide, and fragrances were introduced in 2001 in partnership with Inter Parfums. The company is a subsidiary of Richemont, owner of luxury goods brands such as Van Cleef & Arpels and Cartier.