Areej Le Dore Antiquity vs. vibes of Vintage Guerlain Mitsouko

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A quick intro to Areej Le Dore's newest offering Antiquity. This perfume represents a long gone era. It is composed using truly unique, vintage, highly matured raw materials, including outstanding wild Cambodian agarwood oil from 1975. Top notes: Peach aldehyde 1930, Bergamot 1940-1950 Heart notes: Carnation 1920-1930, Cambodian oud 1975, Angelica root 1930-1950, Patchouli 1940-1950 Base notes: Cuir de Russie accord 1930-1950, Muskatone 1930-1950, Patchouli 1985 and 2017, Amber resin, Oakmoss This composition consists of around 70%, beautifully aged, absolutely unique, antique materials, dating from 1920 to 1985. The use of such refined, mature ingredients results in a truly remarkable, rare experience that allows the wearer to be transported into the past, to a golden era of perfumery. Antiquity opens up with a delicious, radiating, silky smooth peach aldehyde and dry, dusty bergamot that is bursting with myriad spicy, woody facets.

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19 comments

  1. @Therapeutic Fragrance I've tried it three times, you don't get them because I can't send them, address error or something, I have no idea

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