Extreme Orient by Coty Perfume. Launched in 1942, Extreme Orient is an exotic, powdery women’s fragrance.
The oriental scent is warm and spicy opening with floral notes. Flowers continue into the heart with the addition of oriental spices. Exotic spices continue the warmth into the base. The intriguing, sensual fragrance is a perfect autumn daytime scent with moderate sillage and longevity. The Eau de Toilette comes in a simple yet elegant bottle with long, black cap.
Born in Ajaccio,
Corsica, Francois Coty made his fortunes in Paris, France from the company with his name starting in 1904. From humble beginnings, the designer sold his distilled essences in local markets. His classic fragrances had a rough start with little interest until an accidental spill in a store led to the purchase of all his scents. Eventually he became a leading perfumer making millions. By changing his bottle, he created an empire now located in New York City.
Century old perfume manufacturer Coty came into existence when François Coty introduced La Rose Jacqueminot to the world in 1904. Not that it was not a notable fragrance, but what stands out more about La Rose Jacqueminot is the marketing genius behind the perfume. Coty was the first to understand the importance of packaging and more specifically, the need for a beautiful vessel in which to deliver his product. He produced commissioned...
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