The offered samples of Creed Chevrefeuille are rebottled genuine Creed Chevrefeuille.
This product is rebottled by independent bottler, Scent Split, from the genuine product, wholly independent of Creed.
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. Later, when he became Creed's master perfumer, Olivier Creed created Chevrefeuille - honeysuckle in French - to commemorate that happy childhood memory.
Creed Chevrefeuille has since been vaulted by the House of Creed.
Top note: Honeysuckle leaves
Middle note: Honeysuckle flowers, herbaceous notes
Base note: Ambergris
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License Info: Creed Chevrefeuille sample is a hand decanted sample from the original licensed design house fragrance. This item is not a licensed design house product. The customer will receive the original fragrance hand poured into a sterile vial. Scent Split is not affiliated with design house in any manner. Scent Split is not in any way affiliated with Creed. All perfume samples and decants are hand decanted into glass sprayable atomizers for 2ml, 5ml, 9ml and 30ml bottles and glass dabber vials into 1ml samples from the original fragrances by the original brands and sent to you carefully so that you can enjoy small quantities of fragrances you've been wanting to try and weren’t otherwise able to.
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Like most of Creed's pre-1980s men's fragrances, this one smells like a old-school barbershop aftershave. This gem also carries a strong nuance of urine (possibly civet or castoreum) that doesn't disappear with the drydown. The floral and green top notes give the opening a special twist of urine from a pasture-fed cow that chanced upon a lucky snack of wild honeysuckle. This is the perfect fragrance to wear if you're a dairy farmer hoping to pick up a cow.