Estee Lauder Aliage is a chypre floral fragrance for women launched in 1972. Created by perfumers Francis Camail and Bernard Chant. This is not the current version, it is the older version from the bottle as depicted.
Top notes are citruses, green notes and peach; middle notes are pine tree, jasmine, caraway and brazilian rosewood; base notes are musk, oakmoss, vetiver and myrrh.
From Influenster - "I had stories of men telling me they followed women around campus and in later years around grocery stores thinking it was me to find out it was someone else wearing Aliage. It's absolutely just a fabulous perfume I wear both in the winter and in the summer I adore it"