Cartier Eau de Cartier Concentree – The Intense Aroma of Citruses

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Fragrance Review

Eau de Concentree comes one year after the classic Eau de (introduced in 2001) as a little more intense unisex fragrance, developed by perfumer . Like in the case of its predecessor, the most intense notes employed in its olfactory pyramid are the aroma of yuzu coupled with precious lavender and placed next to warm white amber, which managed to create one of the citruses of reference in the category of shared fragrances.

On the official website, the description for Eau de Cartier Concentree mentions the phrases: “an eau de toilette with a unique identity” and “an eau de toilette that becomes skin, a skin that becomes eau de toilette”, but perhaps the most complete image is found in the same source that mentions “an abundant shower of sensations, from the warmest to the freshest”.

The top notes in Eau de Cartier Concentree are represented by a spicy citrus blend of coriander and yuzu, replaced after only a couple of minutes by an intense and easily recognizable heart that features the notes of violet leaves and lavender. Then, in no more than one hour, the entire structure dries down to a warm and more personal base that encompassed accords of patchouli, white amber and cedarwood. One more interesting aspect is that the scent preserves its freshness, in spite to a sillage that is more pronounced compared to the original.

The flacon that holds Eau de Cartier Concentree is simple and elegant, preserving the cylindrical silhouette from its predecessor, except this time the liquid was painted in soft green, to evoke a deeper concentration of the fragrance.

Cartier Eau de Cartier Concentree Perfume Details

  • Eau de Cartier Concentree is available in 100 and 200 ml Eau de Toilette Spray and complementary products in the range, such as: 75 ml Deodorant Stick; the lasting power is below average (1 to 6 hours) and the sillage is good.
  • Olfactory Group: Citrus Aromatic
  • For: Unisex
  • Year Introduced: 2002
  • Perfumer: Christine Nagel
  • Recommended Wear: Day
  • Dress Code: Casual

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