Joy by Jean Patou 75ml


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Joy by Jean Patou 75ml

The very special Joy By Jean Patou Eau de Parfum was launched in 1930 and created by perfumer Henri Alméras.

Originally marketed as “The costliest perfume in the world” or in France, “Le parfum le plus cher…” This timeless classic opens with fruit and gives way to a rich, floral heart. The dry down is woody and animalistic.

Recommended for evening wear.

Product Details

  • Top notes: Aldehydes, Peach, Leafy Green Notes, and Calyx
  • Middle notes: Rose, Jasmine, Ylang-Ylang, Tuberose, Lily of the Valley, Orchid, and Orris
  • Base notes: Sandalwood, Musk, and Civet

Joy by Jean Patou 75ml

Joy Perfume by Jean Patou, Joy blends floral, woody, and musky accords to weave a lighthearted, sensual and uplifting fragrance that’s still a classic and enjoyed decades later.

First released in 1930, the perfume is most famous for its specific concentration of 10600 jasmine blooms and 28 dozen roses that go into each ounce.

The wearer will enjoy the ylang-ylang, tuberose, aldehydes, rose green notes, and pear as the fragrance opens. The heart offers jasmine paired with iris root while musk, civet, and sandalwood close out the perfume with a solid base.

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