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RETRO - Swank Royal Copenhagen Flora Danica Cologne

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Perfume Description

 

Manufacturer:

Swank/Royal Copenhagen

Fragrance Name:

Flora Danica

Year Introduced:

1980

Gender:

Feminine

Strength:

Cologne

Notes:

Top notes of leafy green notes, aldehydes, bergamot, peach, jonquil, lilac and carnation; middle notes of pelargonium (geranium), rose, jasmine, white lily, lily-of-the-valley, orris, fern, ylang-ylang, magnolia and violet; and base notes of amber, civet, sandalwood, benzoin, vetiver, oakmoss, musk and spices

 

 

Flora Danica was introduced in 1980 and manufactured by Swank. Royal Copenhagen was a division of Swank and the maker of the Flora Danica dinnerware. They gave permission to Swank for the use of the names and images on the bottles and packaging. The fragrance was an immediate success and Flora Danica won the 1981 Fifi Award for best new perfume introduction.

Flora Danica is a sensual, gentle feminine floral fragrance that is comprised of 284 flowers and plants indigenous to Denmark.

From a 1980 advertisement: 

"Picture yourself in a time long past, standing in a meadow, where gentle scents of jasmine, rose, lilac, muguet, lily and carnation waft by you. Blend them together and you will find the very real fragrance of Flora Danica by Royal Copenhagen. Evoking the images of Denmark 200 years ago a gracious time when royalty and romance reigned supreme."

Swank discontinued the fragrance around 1986 much to the disappointment of its fans. It is still being made and distributed by Evyan Perfumes but the formula has been reformulated.

This is the original vintage cologne.

 

 

 

 

 


RETRO - Swank Royal Copenhagen Flora Danica Cologne

 

Manufacturer:

Swank/Royal Copenhagen

Fragrance Name:

Flora Danica

Year Introduced:

1980

Gender:

Feminine

Strength:

Cologne

Notes:

Top notes of leafy green notes, aldehydes, bergamot, peach, jonquil, lilac and carnation; middle notes of pelargonium (geranium), rose, jasmine, white lily, lily-of-the-valley, orris, fern, ylang-ylang, magnolia and violet; and base notes of amber, civet, sandalwood, benzoin, vetiver, oakmoss, musk and spices

 

 

Flora Danica was introduced in 1980 and manufactured by Swank. Royal Copenhagen was a division of Swank and the maker of the Flora Danica dinnerware. They gave permission to Swank for the use of the names and images on the bottles and packaging. The fragrance was an immediate success and Flora Danica won the 1981 Fifi Award for best new perfume introduction.

Flora Danica is a sensual, gentle feminine floral fragrance that is comprised of 284 flowers and plants indigenous to Denmark.

From a 1980 advertisement: 

"Picture yourself in a time long past, standing in a meadow, where gentle scents of jasmine, rose, lilac, muguet, lily and carnation waft by you. Blend them together and you will find the very real fragrance of Flora Danica by Royal Copenhagen. Evoking the images of Denmark 200 years ago a gracious time when royalty and romance reigned supreme."

Swank discontinued the fragrance around 1986 much to the disappointment of its fans. It is still being made and distributed by Evyan Perfumes but the formula has been reformulated.

This is the original vintage cologne.

 

 

 

 

 

$3.99

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  1. Great Aldehydic Green Floral is in Great Condition 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 22nd Aug 2018

    I used to wear Flora Danica back in high school and college and had a bottle exactly like the one in the photo. I used it all, and sadly, threw away the empty bottle. I'm delighted that Surrender to Chance has found this retro scent and made it available...especially one that's in such excellent condition. It's a very perfumey old-school aldehydic scent, similar to Arpege and that family.