Sixth-generation perfumer Olivier Creed describes Royal Princess Oud as ‘an olfactory portrait of a scarlet velvet gown.’ An opulent, floriental swirl, it’s the most feminine of oudhs, blending sparkling aldehydes, Sicilian bergamot, rose, violet, vanilla, jasmine, patchouli and Tuscan iris, on a pulsing base of Mysore sandalwood, styrax, Siamese benzoin – and that signature agarwood note.
This pink 75ml bottle is normally priced £225 – and you can find it at perfumeries including Les Senteurs (where of course you can take advantage of your online discount, during the month of June). But you can’t find this particular example anywhere – because we had it specially signed for one Perfume Society V.I.P. not just by Olivier Creed, but by his seventh-generation perfumer son Erwin. Making this a truly priceless addition to anyone’s fragrance collection.
The story of Creed is a fascinating one – dating all the way back to 1760, when James Henry Creed delivered a pair of scented gloves to George III. You can read more about them here…
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