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VINTAGE - Joubert Blue Waltz Perfume

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All sales are final, we are a perfume sampling company - letting you try perfume before you invest in a bottle. Unfortunately, we cannot refund any product that you do not like. If you are new to perfume or wanting to break out of wearing the same scent, try our starter sampler packs so that you can find the perfume that works for you.

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VINTAGE: Joubert Blue Waltz Perfume

Year Introduced: 1927 - Feminine

Notes: Top notes of carnation, orange blossom, plum, clary sage, jasmine, lemon, bergamot and rose; middle notes of mimosa, tuberose, tonka bean, orchid, osmanthus, orris root, hyacinth and ylang-ylang; and base notes of spices, cypress, sandalwood, cinnamon, musk, vanilla, vetiver and incense.

 

Blue Waltz was launched in 1927 but had quite a bit of popularity in the 1940s-1960s. It was also a line of toiletry products that included powders, creams, and sachets as well as the parfum and toilet water. 

In an advertisement from Motion Picture magazine in 1930 the wording read that Blue Waltz gave her a strange, thrilling power of attraction and she drew admiration and friends as never before. It said that you, too, may have this delightful experience.

Blue Waltz is a sweet and spicy scent that is still available for purchase although the formulation has changed. If it is perfume and has a plaid design, you definitely have the scent from the 1940s.

We are decanting from a boxed, unopened bottle of the original perfume version of the fragrance.

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  • Helen - 27th Apr 2021

    5
    P.S. The faaaarr drydown revealed!!!!!!!!!!

    By evening-time, a third scent revealed itself to me and spoke: Creed Angelique Encens, with its vanilla lace parasol and interwoven incense. Joubert Blue Waltz is complex enough to make me crave this fragrance. It makes Coty L’Origan look pale and boring, and DEFINITELY beats the living heck out of whatever Guerlain is labeling L’Heure Bleue nowadays, LOL!!!!!!!!! If this is the drugstore version from my youth, I am totally floored!!!!!! Chuh-ching, rings the old dime store counter of my mind!!!!!!!!!

  • Helen - 26th Apr 2021

    5
    Takes me back because.........

    I am getting something like Love’s Baby Soft - a scent I would NOT wear nowadays, but had at least one bottle of, when I was about 12, maybe 13 - combined with another scent - I’m thinking of Cacharel Loulou - a strange hybrid of two very different, even oppositional, smells, with heightened florals, leaning toward the dulled fruity side of the flower petal. I’d think this idea is clashing, but my nose tells me it works! In hindsight, had I smelled Joubert Blue Waltz perfume then, I would have, undoubtedly, bought myself a bottle from the drugstore and sprayed the Blue Waltz awaaaaaaaayyy.

2 Reviews

  • Helen - 27th Apr 2021

    5
    P.S. The faaaarr drydown revealed!!!!!!!!!!

    By evening-time, a third scent revealed itself to me and spoke: Creed Angelique Encens, with its vanilla lace parasol and interwoven incense. Joubert Blue Waltz is complex enough to make me crave this fragrance. It makes Coty L’Origan look pale and boring, and DEFINITELY beats the living heck out of whatever Guerlain is labeling L’Heure Bleue nowadays, LOL!!!!!!!!! If this is the drugstore version from my youth, I am totally floored!!!!!! Chuh-ching, rings the old dime store counter of my mind!!!!!!!!!

  • Helen - 26th Apr 2021

    5
    Takes me back because.........

    I am getting something like Love’s Baby Soft - a scent I would NOT wear nowadays, but had at least one bottle of, when I was about 12, maybe 13 - combined with another scent - I’m thinking of Cacharel Loulou - a strange hybrid of two very different, even oppositional, smells, with heightened florals, leaning toward the dulled fruity side of the flower petal. I’d think this idea is clashing, but my nose tells me it works! In hindsight, had I smelled Joubert Blue Waltz perfume then, I would have, undoubtedly, bought myself a bottle from the drugstore and sprayed the Blue Waltz awaaaaaaaayyy.

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