Creed Bois Du PortugalEau de Parfum for Men
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Fragrance description Creed Bois Du PortugalIngredients
Creed Bois du Portugal is an Oriental woody fragrance for men. This Eau de Parfum comes from the workshop of a luxury, dynastic and privately owned niche perfume brand. As well as an exceptional tradition passed down from father to son since 1760 and a celebrated history (more than 250 years of creating exceptional fragrances for royal families and other exacting customers with refined tastes), the Creed brand can also boast the use of classic techniques when processing the rare materials selected for the production of its unrivalled perfumes.
The Bois du Portugal Eau de Parfum is one of the true gems of the Creed brand. This rich, warm, very masculine and slightly mysterious blend is inspired by fragrant wood from Portugal. Olivier Creed, a top perfumer from the sixth generation of the Creed family, has created a perfume brimming with personality and strength. The aromatic composition is enchanting thanks to the tones of bergamot in the head and lavender in the heart. The perfume then rests on a complex woody base in which there are notes of vetiver, ambergris, cedar and sandalwood from Mysore.
The intoxicating scent of Creed Bois du Portugal will instantly enchant you before inviting you to gradually discover its hidden depths. Complex, seductive and soothing, this Eau de Parfum, loved by men, is also highly attractive to women, who especially appreciate its warmth. It provides its wearer with a touch of individuality and luxury and gives him an aura of warm attractive strength. It is no wonder that Bois du Portugal was a favourite perfume of none other than Frank Sinatra.
The Creed Bois du Portugal Eau de Parfum will be especially appreciated by men who like woody Oriental fragrances. It will appeal to those who love excellent, masterfully composed perfumes with hidden depths and, of course, to everybody who appreciates quality and luxury to a truly extraordinary extent. Bois du Portugal is suitable for day and evening wear. You will appreciate it most in the chilly months, when it will warm you pleasantly.
The perfumes from the Creed brand are attractive not only thanks to their enchanting fragrances, but also their exceptional and elegant packaging, which constitutes a modern take on a historical legacy. As is the case with many Creed perfumes, the flacon for Bois du Portugal carries the word “millesime”, which is a hallmark of quality. It indicates that the very best ingredients from the given year were used in the production of the perfume. The packaging includes a beautiful box with gold accents.
Creed Bois du Portugal - a luxurious and distinctive fragrance which was loved by Frank Sinatra.
- Top notesTop notes - They develop straight after you put the fragrance on. They create the first impression and tend to be quite intense, but not long-lasting.
- Middle notesMiddle notes - The heart of the fragrance comes out after a couple of minutes when the head of the scent fades away. These notes usually last around 2 to 3 hours.
- Base notesBase notes - The last and often longest part of the fragrance's evolution on your skin. Takes anywhere from 4 hours to over a day.
- Ambergris, Sandalwood, Vetiver, Cedar
- Fragrance category
- oriental, woody
About the brand Creed
Creed fragrances | Creed is the king of perfume and the perfume of kings. For more than 250 years, the brand has been creating extraordinary fragrances for royal families and other customers of exquisite taste. The company was founded in 1760 by James Henry Creed and has been helmed by the family ever since.
Creed’s history is truly unique. Over the years, the perfume house has designed fragrances for many people of note including Queen Victoria, the emperor Franz Josef, Winston Churchill or JFK. These days, Creed is mostly known for its classic masculine fragrances that are favourited by celebrities like Robert De Niro or Sylvester Stallone.
But Creed still remains the perfume brand of royals and presidents (it’s a well known fact that both Michelle Obama and the Duchess of Cambridge wear Creed perfumes). The company now resides in France and operates in other countries including the US. In keeping with the long tradition, Creed still uses many of the old distilling methods and chooses the ingredients carefully to only include the very best that is available.
Creed’s fragrances are divided into categories for women and for men, but there are unisex perfumes as well. Among Creed’s most popular fragrances are Green Irish Tweed, a classic fougère created in 1985 by Olivier Creed, and Creed Aventus, inspired by the life of Napoleon Bonaparte.
Whichever Creed perfume you choose, you’ll get timeless beauty and a modern approach to traditional methods and values.