Eau De Fleurs De Cedrat by Guerlain Perfume. Sparkling and crisp, Eau De Fleurs De Cedrat is a perfume reminiscent of summer sun.
Sparkling notes of citrus mingle with subtle woody notes to create the perfect scent for evenings on the patio sipping rosé. A top note of zesty lemon mingles with a middle note of bergamot giving off an invigorating citrus pick-me-up. A long-lasting base of cedar lingers on the skin hours after first application. Add a spritz of this perfume for a sensual dash of
elegance. Originally launched in 1920, this 3.4-ounce eau de toilette spray comes packaged in a gorgeous crystal-inspired flacon.
Guerlain is a prestige fragrance house that was founded nearly 200 years ago in France. Beloved by celebrities and royalty, the company remained a family-run business until 1994 when it merged with Louis Vuitton. During its illustrious history, internationally renowned perfumers such as Christophe Raynaud, Christine Nagel and Olivier Polge have all contributed fragrances.
As one of the oldest French perfume houses in the world, Guerlain can still hold its own in this day and age. Founded in 1828 by Pierre-Francois Pascal Guerlain control of the house was past down through the family until 1994 when it was sold to the luxury good conglomerate Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton (LVMH) as there was no one in the Guerlain family willing to head the business. In its formative years Guerlain created signature fragrances for...
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