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La Chanelphile

May 18, 2008

Chanel Sycomore – A 1930s Fragrance Reissued

Yep! More Chanel news! Around 70s years after it first appeared, the Chanel Sycomore fragrance is back on the shelves of high-end cosmetic stores.

Chanel Sycomore was first mixed by Ernest Beaux (best known for creating Chanel No. 5, perhaps the world’s most famous perfume) for Coco Chanel in the 1930s and was originally described as a ‘woody’ scent with ‘balsamic notes’. it’s now been re-created by perfumer Jacques Polge as part of Chanel’s rare perfume collection, adding a hint of sandalwood, cypress, juniper and pink pepper.

If those descriptions mean absolutely nothing to you, it might be worth nipping to your local store for a blast.

Find out more at the Chanel website

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