I know making a "which would you have" thread is petty, but truth is, I don't care.
I would take Chamade. (Lets assume we're talking vintage here.)
Chamade. This was the fragrance that made me realize I could wear aldehydes after all. Unpleasant experience with No5, kept me away from that family. I have the parfum and the edp.
I did have Nahema in the 1980s, a friend used to tell me it was not nice at all. I ignored her and still wore it. Never repurchased a bottle, but tried it in the 90s and realized, actually it does not work on me at all!!!
Chamade hands down. I am lucky enough to have vintage edc, edt and parfum and I like 'em all. NahÃ©ma is lovely with its fruity powdery rose, but Chamade unveils so much more going on and has a great green opening. Love, love, love.
Enjoy my review of the vintage Chamade edt I found:
I have them both, and to my nose they are unrelated. I think of Nahema as "Mitsouko Rose", which makes it a bit tricky for me since I don't always get along with Mitsouko, but when the stars are aligned properly I think it's simply glorious, and worth the occasional contrariness. But Chamade is one of my life-long favorites; I was a small child when I got my first mini bottle of the parfum, and it's been love ever since. I may be a bit biased, but to me there is nothing prickly or challenging about Chamade, which is always sunny and glorious, and absolutely defined by its greeny-gold polleny florals, provided primarily by its galbanum and hyacinth (which I believe Nahema also has, but it's very muted.) I consider Annick Goutal's Grand Amour a sister-scent due to this dominant note, and also HÃ¨rmes Rouge ...I don't know exactly what's doing it here, but they share a very specific and definitive accord. At any rate, my choice would be Chamade ...unless I'm in the mood for sweet and sour roses, then it would be Nahema, if it had to be Guerlain.