The House of Creed is known to only use the best ingredients. And because it only uses the best of each harvest, the Perfume House is at the mercy of Mother Nature. If a certain ingredient is not up to the Creed standard, Olivier Creed and his son Erwin would rather wait until the next harvest than use subpar ingredients in their fragrances which mean, sometimes, to stop producing a scent.
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Sixth-generation master perfumer Olivier Creed created only three hundred and fifty 8.4-ounce decanters of Feuilles Vertes (Green Leaf) for his gala re-issue in 2012. Feuilles Vertes is inspired by Mr. Creed’s country life in Fontainebleau, France, where he lives, rides, walks his terriers and, of course, creates fragrance in a world renowned<a href="" class="cb-morelink">SEE MORE</a><span> workshop down a hidden country lane. Crown Prince Felipe of Spain received the first decanter of Feuilles Vertes in celebration of the birth of his daughter, Leonor, in 2006. Creed Feuilles Vertes has since been vaulted by the House of Creed. </span>
When he was a boy, Olivier Creed, sixth generation and current master perfumer, visited his family's summer home in Normandy, France. On a wall in the yard grew a lavish honeysuckle vine. Young Olivier Creed loved to stand by the vine and inhale its fine, gentle aroma in the morning. <a href="" class="cb-morelink">SEE MORE</a><span>Later, when he became Creed's master perfumer, Olivier Cr reed created Chevrefeuille - honeysuckle in French - to commemorate that happy childhood memory. Creed Chevrefeuille has since been vaulted by the House of Creed. </span>
The name of Creed's Baie de Genievre comes from one of its raw materials: the juniper berry. In French, "baie" means "berry". "Genievre" means "juniper". To get the most exquisite scent, Creed gives the juniper berry two to three years to ripen, picks it by hand and dries it. The rest is a secret, but some say this fine Creed fragrance smel lls like that other juniper berry concoction: the dry gin martini. Baie de Genievre is a green, fruity and spicy fragrance of enduring elegance and style. Creed Baie de Genievre has since been vaulted by the House of Creed.
Translating to "Lemon Wood," the refreshing Bois de Cédrat lives up to its name. This light and transparent fragrance opens with Sicilian lemon, follows with a heart of Calabrian mandarin, then transitions to a base of its namesake: lemon tree wood. Soft and dry enough to be worn in any climate or season and versatile for any occasion, this s throwback to the Eau de Toilette era of The House of Creed's hostory still earns its place in the celebrated fragrance roster. Creed Bois de Cédrat has since been vaulted by the House of Creed.
Jasmine, a natural floral essence coveted for centuries, takes on a fresh twist in this uniquely stylish blend. In order to extract the maximum amount of oil, jasmine flowers are picked before dawn, when they are the most fragrant. Jasmine oil is among the most expensive essences in the world. Creed Jasmal has since been vaulted by the Hous se of Creed
Creed Green Valley was inspired by the game of golf, nature and the outdoors. Sixth generation master perfumer Olivier Creed played on the French National Champion Golf Team in 1984. Since then, Mr. Creed’s masterful golf swing can be seen on the Fontainebleau Golf Course in the French countryside, not far from the legendary Creed fragrance e workshop. Green Valley was created to celebrate the pleasure and relaxation of the game and the beauty of playing it in concert with nature. Creed Green Valley has since been vaulted by the House of Creed.
Windsor was created in 1936 for King Edward VIII. Handmade from ingredients grown across the empire Edward ruled, Windsor is a royal blend of British gin, Scottish pine, Canadian cedar, Jamaican lime and more. Edward made headlines when he quit Britain's throne to marry American divorcee Wallis Simpson. He wore Windsor as king and later whe en he and his wife began a new life in Paris as the Duke and Duchess of Windsor, superstars of international society. Creed Windsor has since been vaulted by the House of Creed.
Creed Vetiver was worn by the veteran actor who won Hollywood's highest award for his beloved film portrayal of Santa Claus. Vetiver also began Creed's relationship with one of America's leading families, a political dynasty now known worldwide for its energy, vigor, and impeccable style. Creed creates this extraordinary blend using fragran nt oil from the roots of exotic vetiver grass, which forms a fragrant base with cedarwood and ambergris. A middle note of ginger is topped by citrus and bergamot for a blend that recalls America's leaders in a golden era. Creed Vetiver has since been vaulted by the House of Creed.
The story of Creed Royal Delight is a story of romance and escape. A year after the death of the King of Spain, his widow, the Queen, commissioned a fragrance from Creed in 1886 for the new man she would marry in secret, a royal guard. In those days, royal widows were not to remarry. Royal Delight is a leathery-floral fragrance the Queen’s new husband loved and wore. With this gift of scent, the couple lived happily ever after, although news of their marriage caused scandal and forced the Queen from her throne. Creed Royal Delight has since been vaulted by the House of Creed.
A fittingly fresh start, Zeste Mandarine Pamplemousse was the first fragrance meticulously crafted by the deft hand of Olivier Creed after inheriting the role of Master Perfumer at the age of 32. Enjoyed by both men and women, this vibrant scent marries the invigorating zests of mandarin and grapefruit with the delicacy of white honeysuckle e. Thoughtfully crafted as an Eau de Toilette in order to harmonize the balance of raw materials and bring the finest essences to life, Zeste Mandarine Pamplemousse is a refreshing scent made for days in summer, or any day which could use a bit of bright and bottled sunshine.
Sélection Verte is appreciated by the most keen and discerning minds today. The blend is punctuated by peppery citrus and delicate mint, a vibrant and invigorating herb known for its mood-elevating properties. A great mind once said “There are no accidents,” and it is a deliberate stroke of craft that makes the refreshing and timeless Sélec ction Verte showcase the discerning style of any who wear it. Creed Sélection Verte has since been vaulted by The House of Creed.
This superb and rare limited edition Millesime 1849 has been specially created by Olivier Creed as a tribute to the unrivaled heritage of The House of Creed - perfectionism, tradition, and dedication. A rare masterpiece, this soft woody oriental evokes a time when third generation perfumer, Henry Creed, supplied his creations to the English h Royal Court. Millesime 1849 defines the legendary Creed style, interpreting it as its most exuberant and bewitching. Creed Millesime 1849 has since been vaulted by The House of Creed.
Fleurs de Bulgarie is a robust fragrance crafted for a queen who ascended the throne of England as a teen and then ruled for decades. The Tudor monarch wore her commissioned fragrance throughout her illustrious reign and named Creed an official supplier to the royal court. The luxurious essence of pure Bulgarian roses floats over a classic musk base. Fleurs de Bulgarie became Creed’s first Millesime, thereby rendering it the perfect fit for any woman who expects nothing less than the absolute best. Creed Fleurs de Bulgarie has since been vaulted by The House of Creed.
Vanisia was created for Maria Christina of Austria, the great-niece of Queen Marie Antoinette of France. After the passing of her husband, King Alfonso XII of Spain, the widowed Queen Consort became Queen Regent. Given her newfound status, Maria Christina wished to make a style statement like her storied French relative. She commissioned this rich, intriguing fragrance with its undertones of vanilla and Mysore sandalwood. Vanisia endures, unforgettable as royal legacies and sensual as Spanish nights. Creed Vanisia has since been vaulted by The House of Creed.