One of the most important creations of Henry Creed II, Jasmin Imperatrice Eugenie was commissioned by Emperor Napoleon III for his wife, Empress Eugenie, who desired a fragrance of oriental charm.
Eugenie was the powerful ruler who in 1854 urged the House of Creed to move to Paris from London to serve her daily. Although Creed had been based in London for nearly 100 years at that point, Creed granted the royal request and moved. Since then, Creed’s legendary boutique has been in the same prestigious Paris location selected by Empress Eugenie. This bodacious, rich and exotic fragrance has become an absolute favourite since its public release in 1989.
Top Notes: Bergamot
Middle Notes: Bulgarian rose, Ambergris and Italian Jasmine
Base Notes: Vanilla and Sandalwood