Clive Christian, the British luxury perfume brand, announces the launch of Absolutes, a collection of three 100% pure perfumes, available exclusively at the Salon de Parfums, Harrods.
The three unisex oils – Sandalwood, inspired by No 1; Jasmine, inspired by X and Rose, inspired by 1872 – embody Clive Christian’s love of creating the extraordinary.
Sandalwood Inspired by No 1, £6,000
With rich Sandalwood as its evocative core, this Absolute is complimented with Musk, soft Ambers and Leather. Fans of No1 will welcome the inclusion of exotic favourites such as Heliotrope, lively Pimento and intoxicating Tonka bean.
Jasmine Inspired by X, £4,000
The Jasmine in this seductive variation on Clive Christian’s X is further enhanced by the addition of the exotic Jasmin Sambac. This gives the Absolute a hint of honey, which sits perfectly with the character of the original X.
Rose Inspired by 1872, £3,000
The Rose notes in this Absolute are bewitching and intense, most particularly the extracts of Rose de Mai. Each drop of this perfume requires around 170 individual flower heads to create. Bergamot provides sparkle, while a touch of Geranium warms the Rose and it is given greater depth by the addition of earthy Saffron.
Clive Christian OBE, Founder and Creative Director said, “I am delighted to announce the launch of our newest collection. The Absolutes fully embody what luxury perfume should be. They are made of the highest quality ingredients and each core fragrance is lifted towards true perfection by subtle complementary notes. They are incredibly special and have been a joy to create. The Absolutes are opulently presented in a limited edition crystal bottle (30ml) with a crown-shaped crystal stopper that doubles as an applicator.”
Every bottle comes encased in a British handcrafted solid maple with charcoal grey walnut burr veneer case, with discreet gold etching and with a delicate dove grey hand pleated interior. Each Absolute presentation is accompanied with the certification attesting the provenance and authenticity of the perfume, hand signed by Clive Christian.