Example: Which description sells more perfume?
1) This expensive and complicated composition was created by the perfume house to be worn with confidence. No.1 for women is both extravagant and sophisticated. Bergamot, lime, mandarin and white peach essence combine with Indian jasmine, which has long been considered and exotic and powerful aphrodisiac since antiquity. ’Rosa centifolia’ with which the ancient Greeks associated Aphrodite, the goddess of love, beauty, art and creativity, and ’santalum album’ oil, ancient sandalwood. Which has a sacred 4,000 year history, to create the perfume No. 1.
2) Clive Christian’s uniquely sophisticated scent is liquid art. Composed of only the finest natural ingredients, this thoroughly feminine fragrance is officially recognised as the world’s most expensive perfume, and for good reason. Tantalising top notes of bergamot, cardamom, plum and pineapple combine beautifully before subtle traces of the Orient excite the senses with heart notes of ylang ylang, orris, jasmine, orchid and rose. Vanilla, cedar wood, tonka seeds and sandalwood form the base notes, providing the perfume with an unrivalled richness and depth. Clive Christian describes No.1 as ‘the perfume of my heart’, and we’re sure that this delightful example of British luxury will capture yours too.