Royal Water - Creed
In Royal Water a subtle blend of Calabrian bergamot, lemon, tangerine and Sicilian clementine opens the composition. Pepper, basil, cumin and juniper give the spicy notes. The clean, full-bodied base of musk and ambergris is brought to life by the herbaceous effervescence of peppermint and basil.
The morning fog on the English coast, the dawn that reveals fields covered with dew. A castle lost in the distance in the infinite green. The majestic sound of the sea. Olivier Creed wanted to pay homage to his English ancestors by creating Royal Water. The origins of the house of Creed, founded in London in 1760 and then chosen by the Royal Court as a trusted supplier, are renewed in this fragrance. The artist plays with the power of contrast and calls "Water", today synonymous with lightness, a vintage fragrance that lingers on the skin, sparkling and lively. He completes the name with the term "Regale", a reference to the innate elegance and discreet, unostentatious charm of the composition.
Calabrian Bergamot, Lemon, Mandarin, Peppermint, Vervain
Juniper Berries, Basil, Cumin, Pepper
Grey Amber, Musk