Jean Couturier Coriandre was created in 1973 by Jacqueline Couturier, Jean-Louis Sieuzac and Gerard Pelpel. It is a chypre with notes of aldehydes, coriander, orange blossom, angelica, bergamot, violet root, lily, jasmine, rose, geranium, iris, ylang, sandalwood, patchouli, musk, civet, oakmoss and vetiver. This is the EDT eau de toilette.
From Basenotes - "Coriandre is the evening when love is revealed.one of the most sophisticated elegant and graceful chypre scent.it juxtaposes a sharp greenness against a rich creamy traid of rose and patchouli.this awesome fragrance reveals a strong personality and the woman who wears this is classy and respected and regardless of her age is still so sexy.excellent mixture of sweetness and bitterness.reminds me of palomo picasso.Earthy,Woody,Aromatic,Memorable,Classic, Strong,Herbal,Glamorous and Complex."
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