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The Chanel Antaeus fragrance was created by Jacques Polge in 1981. The fragrance was named after an ancient Greek Demigod, so this fragrance expresses one’s individuality and strong character, which emphasizes masculinity. The fragrance scent myrtle and sage, lime and thyme have united to give the fragrance a special freshness and masculine character. The fragrance warms up and becomes intensive at the end due to patchouli, sandal and labdanum in the base, with a sharp animalistic nuance brought in by the notes of castoreum and leather. The top notes include lemon, lime, coriander, myrtle, clary sage, and bergamot. The middle notes are composed of thyme, basil, rose and jasmine, while the base notes provide patchouli, castoreum, labdanum, and oak moss.
A gender-bender type of cologne. Compared to Chanel Antaeus (men) type.
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