1969 Parfum De Revolte by Histoires De Parfums Perfume.
Presented in 2001, 1969 Parfum De Revolte is a women’s Oriental spicy perfume that works well for day wear during the spring and fall seasons. Starting with a peach top note, the fragrance moves on to rose, cardamom, clove, and white flower middle notes. Musk, patchouli, Mexican chocolate, and coffee base notes finish this fragrance.
This fragrance is part of the brand’s Cult Books collection, which has an East-meets-West theme and is
meant to be sensual and erotic. The bottle is flat, like a book, with the black label placed on its side or spine. The cap is black, with the brand name imprinted. The box also resembles a book, with a black spine and a geometric book print on the cover. Perfumer Gerald Ghislain founded Histoires de Parfums in 2000. He is the nose for his brand’s fragrances. Fragrances in the collection that are named after a year either represent the birth year of the person who inspired the scent or the event that made the year notable.