Creed Jasmin Imperatrice Eugenie
One of the most momentous creations of Henry Creed II, third generation master perfumer, Jasmin Imperatrice Eugenie was commissioned by Emperor Napoleon III for his wife, Empress Eugenie, who desired a fragrance of oriental charm. At the request of the empress, The House of Creed relocated to Paris in order to serve her royal court daily—a permanent move resulting in the 8th Arrondissement boutique Creed still occupies today.
Since its introduction to the public in 1989, Jasmin Imperatrice Eugenie’s luscious take on white florals has become a favorite among women who appreciate an opulent scent that takes center stage.
Floral / Oriental / Rich
Italian jasmine mixes with rich vanilla and amber to create a classically feminine fragrance full of warmth and strength, much like the woman for whom it was named.
Middle note: Bulgarian Rose, Ambergris and Italian Jasmine
Base note: Vanilla and Sandalwood