Histoires de Parfums

1969 EDP 15ml

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Named after the year of the sexual revolution. The carnal sensuality in this fragrance is the perfect representation of sexuality, freedom, rebellion and above all – revolution! With accents of White Musk and Chocolate this scent evokes the feeling of eroticism and sensuality for both men and women. A decadent gourmand fragrance, this fragrance takes you to hot and sweaty summer nights. The luscious and ripe fruits with the sultry spicy notes create a voluptuous carnal allure – a mysterious scent is tinted with eroticism.

Top: Fruits of the Sun, Peach
Middle: White Flowers, Rose, Cardamom, Clove
Base: Chocolate, Patchouli, Coffee, White Musk

Gerald Ghislain

This fragrance is an Eau de Parfum and the longevity with Histories de Parfums is generally about 6 – 8 hours, however we really get around 8 hours with this particular scent, and it leaves such a wonderfully seductive trail. After a few hours the richness of this scent remains. Opening with sweet and juicy fruits mixed with delicious spices, we find the Rose becomes more pronounced while maintaining its fruity and sweet decadence.

This is the scent of the sexual revolution. Revolution and rebellion meet to dive into this gourmand, mouth-watering scent. If the Chocolate isn’t enough of an aphrodisiac, then the fruits and spices paired with a hint of coffee will leave you wishing that you started every day the same, weak at the knees with a quick spritz of 1969.

From the incredible imagination of Gerald Ghislain, Histoires de Parfums is an olfactive library telling stories of famous characters, writers, poets and years throughout history. With this perfume library, Gerald Ghislain wanted to evoke stories through scent just as books are written with emotions. Each fragrance brings a story to life and each story is to be read on the skin.


2 reviews for 1969 EDP 15ml.

  1. Aniela

    I was lucky enough to first experience Histoires de parfums when I was in Paris in January. Their boutique was gorgeous and the stories behind each scent are so intriguing. I purchased a discovery set and found that 1969 was my clear stand out, so I bought a larger bottle. The warm, spicy qualities are very attractive but it can get a little dirty, by design I’m sure. I’d definitely recommend trialing on skin first.

  2. rose

    This fragrance is unique! I love it’s multi faceted composition, it is worthy of trying. I find it is effervescent, sweet and earthy, gourmand notes I can pick up on are chocolate, coffee and peach, I do not get much patchouli, but these notes give a fizzy effect, very fun indeed..my party fragrance.

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