1969; an erotic year. This perfume represents a revolution and evokes the sexual, accentuated by musk and chocolate. The carnal sensuality of voluptuous spices initiates this fragrance of physical awakening.
Cardamom’s floral cool combines with the camphoric intensity of cloves to create a powerful, deeply penetrating blend that brings out the multifaceted textures and range of sweetness within tangy, luscious peach. Similarly, patchouli wreaths rose, and wrings the bittersweet, satin smooth scent from this bloom while it releases it’s own smoky, fruity signature in exertion. Chocolate, the ultimate aphrodisiac, couples with coffee (the ultimate stimulant) for a heart-palpitating yet languorous experience of taste, smell and touch.
White musk is the ideal, cloud-like substance on which these notes can float and achieve ecstatic levity, rather than overbearing, gluttonous weight. Like the post-coital sense of release, white musk floats throughout 1969 and allows for the easy adaptation of these notes onto skin. An oriental gourmand, 1969 is a mysterious fragrance, tinted with eroticism, devoid of any demure, self-conscious blush.
In it’s translation of a determined pursuit of physical pleasure, 1969 is remarkably straightforward, confident and dynamic. This warm, sensual scent’s precise structure is what makes it so intriguing--and irresistible.
(fruit of the sun, peach, rose, white flowers, cardamom, clove, patchouli, chocolate, coffee, white musk)
Alcohol Denat., Parfum (Fragrance), Aqua (Water), Linalook, Citronellol, Eugenol, Cinnamal, Limonene