Chanel Coco Perfume Review

Chanel Coco

Fragrance Review

One of the classics from the legendary house of , Coco is an fragrance that could be described by one word: elegance. Introduced in 1984, Coco was developed by the in-house perfumer from , . The face selected for the is , an inspired decision for a delicate, yet powerful personality.

From my first encounter with Coco, sampled on my wife’s skin, I was pleased with its powerful accords that were announcing a very stylish scent. The top notes delighted me with a powerful mix of peach, and rose. The rose is present in Coco was very powerful and I detected also a hint of jasmine, then the accords faded away, in order to leave room for the heart, with refreshing floral notes of cloves, and rose (again!). When the heart disappeared I felt overwhelmed by he base notes with amber, sandalwood, tonka bean, vanillam civet and notes. The strong resin of and the animalic dose from civet (nowadays, replaced unfortunately by synthetic ingredients!) constitute the essence of Coco, meant to awake your senses.

And since the image of Coco oozes with elegance, the same thing goes for the bottle, which is designed in straight, perfectly cut lines, accompanied by rounded rims, so that the sensation of touch could be pleasant. The stopper is a work of art, reminding of the classic Chanel line, completed with a black seal at the bottom, while the liquid’s color is gold, reminiscent of the precious metal.

Coco Chanel is , for the woman who desires to feel wanted and elegant, an uncompromising statement of the personal style.

Perfume Details

  • Coco is available in 7.5 and 15 ml Parfum Bottle, 7.5 and 7.5 refillable Parfum Purse Spray, 60 and 60 ml Refill Eau de Parfum Refillable Spray, 35, 50 and 100 ml Eau de Parfum Spray, 50 and 100 ml Eau de Toillette Spray and accompanying products in the range such as: 200 ml moisturizing body lotion, 200 ml foaming shower gel, 150 g body cream, 100 ml Deodorant Spray and 150 g Bath Soap; has an above average lasting power (more than 10 hours) and excellent sillage.
  • Olfactory Group: Oriental Spicy
  • For: Women
  • Year Introduced: 1984
  • Perfumer: Jacques Polge
  • Recommended Wear: Evening
  • Dress Code: Casual

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