Carmina Eau de Parfum is the latest strikingly modern amber floral Women's Fragrance from Creed. Sensuous Rose de Mai and luxurious cashmere wood create an electric sensibility with the debut of plump black cherries and piquant pink pepper, warmed by the golden embrace of rare saffron. With an intoxicating base of precious myrrh and frankincense, together with amber and smouldering musk, this women's perfume is finely crafted with a powerful sillage that embodies the essence of feminine allure imbued with a captivating charisma.
The history of the perfume brand Creed begins in the distant eighteenth century, namely in 1760. It was then that in the British capital, known throughout the world for its dull and dense fogs, another bright ray of impressions created by man appeared - Creed House, which was founded by James Henry Creed. Many great historical figures breathed in admiring aromas created by this House. Perfumes from Creed became fragrant favorites of the Spanish Queen Christina, Empress Eugenie, Nicholas II, Elizabeth of Austria, Queen Victoria, Emperor Franz Joseph, and Napoleon III. But this is not a complete list! The history of this great House has already “exchanged” for the third hundred years, every year increasing the army of its fans, which, however, is not surprising, given the extraordinary and noble compositions worthy of the royal dynasties themselves! The founder of the perfume house, James Creed, was a recognized master of perfumery . and monarchs and kings used his services, giving their images and trains into the hands of the most worthy among the worthy. The carefully selected team of perfumers of the House of Creed has always been distinguished by an amazing ability not only to guess, but also to predict all the desires of the ruling elite of those times. fragrances of no more than two or three authors were exhibited for sale.