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Noble Cedar (2011)
by Chopard

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Noble Cedar information

Year of Launch2011
GenderMasculine
AvailabilityIn Production
Average Rating
(based on 32 votes)

People and companies

HouseChopard
PerfumerLucas Sieuzac
PerfumerNathalie Feisthauer
SupplierSymrise
Parent CompanyBenckiser > Coty Inc > Coty Prestige

About Noble Cedar

Noble Cedar is a masculine fragrance by Chopard. The scent was launched in 2011 and the fragrance was created by perfumers Nathalie Feisthauer and Lucas Sieuzac

Noble Cedar fragrance notes

  1. Top Notes
  2. Heart Notes
  3. Base notes

Reviews of Noble Cedar

Having got on with it at first, nearing the end of a 50ml bottle and I am rapidly falling out of love with Noble Cedar. There is little wrong with the idea or execution of a vetiver and cedar combination, but the accompanying spicy and herbal notes have become galling. It certainly betrays a synthetic heritage. While it remains fairly good value, I won't be purchasing again. One thing I have tried, with a certain amount of success, is layering with a bright citrus to get better development; Atelier do a "Cedrat" scent that provides a pleasant effect worn in this way. But that's something I tried, so to speak, "with the tools lying around", and there are any number of single scents that can be bought that provide the same effect alone. Terre d'Hermes and its downmarket clone, Yardley's Citrus & Wood, are two cases in point.
02nd July, 2016
A blind buy due to the reviews on Basenotes I do like this scent a great deal. Simple and clean. Great for the office or as a weekend scent for sure with a nice blend of Cedar and Vetiver. Reasonably priced online as well. Enjoy.
13th August, 2015
I own Noble Vetiver and have always been impressed with it's simple, clean, nearly linear vetiver scent. Noble Cedar is also nearly linear, but it's not really a cedar scent IMO. The opening is very weird, with a tar like spice and rubbing alcohol note. It starts to fade right away, but not into a cedar fragrance. It's more of a soft dry vetiver and wood spice. If there's cedar here, it's not identifiable to my nose. It's not terrible, but not compelling either. Nothing like the cedar notes I'm familiar with. It won't be the first or last mis-named fragrance I've found. I'll try this one again with my remaining sample, but don't expect it will be any different. Neutral for me.
19th May, 2015
Noble Cedar opens with an extremely harsh and openly synthetic sort of cedar-tar note with a subtle yet pungent sort of nutty-metallic aftertaste, a slight “burning rubber” feel, and a couple of other depressing key nuances of many low-quality drugstore woody fragrances (or, “fascinating & totally legitimately overpriced avantgarde post-woody niche scents”). Surely more wood than nobility. The nice thing is that it is undoubtedly simple as it smells nearly as applying a couple of aromachemicals out of their bottle, right on skin; so if you like the smell – a raw albeit artificial woody galore - it’s a score. Within some 30 minutes though, the “synthetic cedar” part comes to a transition, and a smooth, way more enjoyable salty vetiver note pops out, basically becoming soon the main note. Bright and clean, which here feels like the balmy sunny breeze after a storm. I don’t know how Noble Vetiver from this same line smells, but this is definitely a vetiver scent at this point – and so it will remain for a couple of hours before starting to vanish. The opening isn’t really promising, but overall Noble Cedar isn’t that bad – just keep in mind it’s mostly a vetiver scent except for the obnoxious opening stage. Overall still too cheap for me, but almost decent.

5,5-6/10
19th May, 2015
Noble? - yes. Cedar - haven't noticed too much of it. The problem with this scent is the minimal longevity. Half an hour and it's gone. A shame since this could be a very masculine fragrance otherwise.
11th June, 2014
A very resinous and refined scent, dominated by an earthy/smoky cedar wood oil.

Notes are...

Top: Silver Birch Leaf
Middle: Sage
Base: Cedar Wood, Labdanum Resin

The fragrance stays linear throughout it's medium longevity, and has no synthetic/cheap notes.

The price cannot be beat for this quality a cologne, this could easily be a Gucci sensation under that house, but it's comparatively unknown under Chopard. It smells way more expensive than it is. It can be compared to GPH.

This fragrance is not coniferous enough to make it a *perfect* cedar scent for me, I would have liked a good dose of cedar leaf sharpness to be included.

The bottle is gorgeous, one of the best looking I've ever seen - the 50ml pic above does not do the design full justice - the 80ml is exquisite.
21st January, 2014 (last edited: 14th October, 2014)

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