Scent Name: Cedrat Enivrant
Manufacturer: Atelier Cologne
Scent Description and Notes: “The launch of Cédrat Enivrant celebrates a return to the origins of Atelier Cologne, the first maison de parfum dedicated entirely to cologne, the legendary fragrance classic. The creators, Sylvie Ganter and Christophe Cervasel gave birth to a new olfactive family, “Cologne Absolue”. Cédrat Enivrant completes their Collection Originale, now composed of six new colognes. Designed primarily around citrus notes—the traditional ingredients of a cologne—and inspired by the French 75 cocktail, Cédrat Enivrant is for lovers of lemon and gin notes.
Maroccan Cedrat, Lime, Bergamot, Chinese Mint, Egyptian Basilic, Juniper Berries, Tonka Bean, Vetiver, Elemi.
Sophisticated. Effortless. Classic.” -Sephora.com
Oil Color: Colorless.
Bottle Design and Artwork: This is standard 1.5 ml clear glass vial with a black applicator cap. The vial has the name of the company in attractive blue-ish grey cursive font, under which is the scent name in standard font.
- ITV: This reminds me of a slightly more unisex version of men’s colognes that run toward the the green and woodsy spectrum. I do pick up gin/juniper berries very, very strongly, with a dash of lime, a spritz of lemon under that, and a touch of basil and mint.
- Wet: It’s a very sharp and refreshing crisp gin, lemon, lime, basil, mint, and bergamot blend. I’m not getting any tonka – instead, it’s something that reminds me of all gentleman, all the time.
- Dry: A faint sweetness from the tonka develops hours after it is applied, but the scent largely retains its heavy gin, citrus, mint/basil characteristics that dominated its wet phase.
Other Impressions: None.