Robert Piguet's Cravache was originally launched in 1963, then re-launched in 2007, created by Aurelian Guichard. It has notes of mandarin, lemon and petit grain fused with clary sage, lavender, nutmeg, patchouli and vetiver. This is the EDT.
From Basenotes - "The initial freshness is short and followed by a green clary sage note that is complimented by a nice traditional lavender. The brightness remains present in the drydown and is underlined by a restrained patchouli that never turns sharp on my skin. Silage and projection are good, as is its longevity of over five hours. A traditional old-school lavender scent that lacks significant wood notes and is hence lighter and brighter than many similar fragrances.