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Millésime Impérial by Creed Review

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Millésime Impérial by Creed Review
Description
With Aventus now taking the lead among Creed fragrances, Millésime Impérial is relegated to being a lesser known but still elevated take on popular scents from the 1990s. It is categorized as a shared fragrance, although this leans more on masculine for us because of its salty profile and woodsy base. Despite it boasting of an ozonic accord, we do not find the scent to be unbearably sharp. This comes with excellent staying power and heavy sillage, but we don’t think it is for everyone; Millésime Impérial is an acquired taste and can generally feel dated.
Sillage
73
Longevity
81
Reader Rating0 Votes
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Positives
Elevated compared to its peers and others
Impressive wear time, clocking in at 10 hours and more
Feels natural despite being ozonic
Negatives
We think this should be applied carefully because of its tendency to overwhelm
An acquired taste, may also feel dated
The melon accord that comes off a little salty is not for everyone
77
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Many mistake Millésime Impérial by Creed to be an exclusively masculine scent, but it was actually launched in 1995 as one meant to appeal to both men and women. Made to evoke the beauty of idyllic Sicily, it was concocted with citrusy and marine accords. The base of musk and woods support the fragrance. Olivier Creed is the perfumer responsible for the now ‘90s classic.

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