Champagne tastes on a beer budget. It was the seventies. I was poor. All the vintage bottles were empty and rolling around in my undies drawer. (My Mother worked at an International Hotel and when the odd bottle got left behind we adopted them. Sadly she left her job and the perfume supply dwindled)
I discovered Courant when I ran out of Cachet. It didn't catch on the way that Charlie did and I think I had it to myself. Believe me, in New Zealand, that is quite plausible.
Of the drug store perfumes everyone else liked Blue Grass, White Musk and L'Aimant.
I was the Courant girl and I don't cringe at the the thought.