Concept Series: Inspiration: Aventus by Creed and 1861 Renaissance by Xerjoff
The renaissance was a time of artistic rebirth, transition to modernity, and social change. With a newly found emphasis placed on humanism, classic philosophies were revisited, and like such, we too were encouraged to return to releases of ours that have already made a lasting impression with our loyal followers. Our version of Creed’s Aventus often meets its match in an entire catalogue of hybrids that we have anthologized for the Dua Brand, but a new adversary is on the bill for tonight’s main event: Xerjoff’s 1861 Renaissance. This spectacularly and irrevocably fresh fragrance combines its citrus-dominant personality with the tart fruitiness of the “king.” Lily of the valley, mint, and rose also expand the aroma of our famous Poseidon’s Elixir to create a superb warm-weather fragrance that is sure to captivate the nostrils of those all around you. Our hybrid of these two masterpieces is called Victorian Poseidon, and Greek mythology has teleported to the 19th century for an olfactory experience that is sure to take you on a journey!
CLASSIFICATION: Fruity Chypre
NOTES: Bergamot, Blackcurrant Leaves, Lime, Mandarin, Petit Grain, Lily of the Valley, Mint, Rose, Cedar, Musk, Amber, Patchouli, Apple, Pineapple, Pinkberries, Birch, Jasmine, Oakmoss, Ambergris, and Vanilla.
CONCENTRATION: Extrait de Parfum
30 ML (1 FL.OZ)