Aromatics Elixir is the oldest perfume from the house of Clinique, created in 1975. It’s classified as chypre-floral, following the steps of similar sharp and strong classics. The top, aromatic note is dominated by verbena, sage and chamomile, which give way to the sweet floral notes of geranium, rose and white flowers: ylang ylang, jasmine and tuberose. Oakmoss and patchouli note in its base are traditional ingredients in perfumes that belong to the chypre family.The moss-green end note is characteristic of the chypre family, along with vetiver.The nose behind Aromatics Elixir is Bernard Chant. The new limited edition of Aromatics Elixir was introduced in 2007, available in 100ml bottles with an addition of a retro atomizer which offers a romantic flair. Aromatics Elixir was launched in 1971.
Clinique is a cosmetics line founded by the Estee Lauder company in 1968. Inspired by a Vogue magazine article in which a dermatologist discussed the importance of skin care, Evelyn Lauder shared the article with her mother-in-law, Estee, and also reached
Top Note: Aldehydes,Coriander Seed,Chamomile,Clary Sage,Lemon Verbena,Bergamot,Brazilian Rosewood,Geranium
Middle Note: Carnation,Tuberose,Orange Blossom,Orris Root,Jasmine,Ylang-Ylang,Rose
Bottom Note: Sandalwood,Patchouli,Musk,Oakmoss,Vetiver,Incense
Classification: Designer Fragrance
Family Name: Chypre Floral