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No. 19 Eau de Toilette (1971)
by Chanel

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No. 19 Eau de Toilette information

Year of Launch1971
GenderFeminine
AvailabilityIn Production
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People and companies

HouseChanel
PerfumerHenri Robert
Parent CompanyWertheimer

About No. 19 Eau de Toilette

No. 19 Eau de Toilette is a feminine perfume by Chanel. The scent was launched in 1971 and the fragrance was created by perfumer Henri Robert

No. 19 Eau de Toilette fragrance notes

Reviews of No. 19 Eau de Toilette

There is one review of No. 19 Eau de Toilette.
Designed for women, but probably more unisex than many current unisex frags, and for sure the most unisex of the 4 versions of No.19 . Green iris, galbanum and white florals with a hint of leather, vetiver and rose in the drydown. A masterpiece, but is it necessary to repeat it?

The vintage opens a bit more aldehydic, with a noticeable floral leather note and incens-y undertones, overall giving me an impression of 'green olives'. The current will show its leathery tones in the base, and its a better defined/less blurry leather note. In a nutshell, the vintage smells a bit more 'dirty', while current smells very clean. I'd say that the vintage is green/brown in colour, while current is green/grey.
The vintage results being a tiny bit more feminine compared to the perfectly unisex current juice. Still, both are easy to wear for confident men.
I just wish, in both cases, that the performance would be a bit improved.

01st May, 2021

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