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Royal Scottish Lavender Creed for women and men

Royal Scottish Lavender Creed for women and men
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I have it: 44 I had it: 14 I want it: 71

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fresh spicy
warm spicy

Inspired by Balmoral Castle in Scotland—a favorite get-away for British lords and ladies—Royal Scottish Lavender was first made more than 100 years ago. This fragrance offers a touch of country calm and the memory of highlands lavender surrounding the Castle.

The heart of lavender is toped by citruses and bergamot, laid on a base of vanilla, sandalwood and spicy notes. Royal Scottish Lavender was launched in 1856. The nose behind this fragrance is James Henry Creed Fifth Generation.

Perfume rating: 4.02 out of 5 with 51 votes.

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Bergamot Citruses

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Base Notes
Vanille Spices Sandalwood

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Royal Scottish Lavender Fragrance Reviews


ive done the creed bandwagon to death, riding it high on some, and puking over the guard rail on others.
This certainly doesnt ride along the back carriages, bumping along to the tune of the clickety clack, its well and truley affixed in the upper class Snob carriage and rightly so!

Lavenders are beginning to make a comeback, perhaps its the barbershop train thats pushing this trend, but a few of the releases just pound you hard with lavender, like youre heads stuck in a Heath!

not for this little cracker! oh why Creed did you Vault it? damn you Oliver! as far as barbershop scents go, this has all the masculinity, all the vibe, all the freshness. hands down such a sublime scent! lavender is there, but its like a little boy, peeking round the curtain at the 1930s peep show. you KNOW he is there, but youre just too embarrased and preoccupied to care!

if you get the chance to delve into this beautiful fragrance, DO NOT pass the chance, blind buying this is as good as blind buys get.

my bottle sits solemly awaiting its next spritz, oh how long before i dare waste more ML on myself!!


Hi all - this is my first ever review.
I was lucky enough to acquire this vaulted Creed scent last year from a frag fan.
There seems to have been something of a mini-lavender revival lately (not least, including Creed's own Acqua Originale Aberdeen Lavender) which makes this scent feel very 'current'.
You can pick the citrus up straight away, but this is immediately taken over by the lavender, which stays right through to the end, but tempered with the sandalwood and spice.
I've always associated lavender as more of a feminine, soothing and relaxing smell, but in this, it feels very masculine and makes a great winter scent.
I would disagree with some of the other comments about projection. This has lasted on my skin for around 8 hours and sillage is good enough for people in my office to question who has lavender on. To this end, lavender itself is very much a marmite olfactory note - people either love it or hate it.
Now it's vaulted this only comes out maybe once or twice a week in winter rotation only, but its nice to have something that's rare and beautifully crafted.


Start is a citrusy blast with a hint of spice.
There is a brief hint of Royal English Leather that disappears and the fragrance develops a smoky note as well.
Drydown to me is a spicy lavender and sandalwood. Very pleasant.
Spice note makes me think of Chevrefeuille but on a less intrusive octave.
Overall yet another wonderful Creed fragrance that has been discontinued.


Lovely, warm, woody spicy lavender. Very light scent. When you first spray it on the lavender has that bitter English lavender tang. Wait for it to calm down in the drydown and then you will love it.

This has almost no sillage and is definitely a skin scent, but I find this to be the case with many of the older more traditional Creed scents. I am enjoying my nice decant and find it to be a calming and comforting scent. But I would not pay the huge price for a full bottle, which is just as well since it is discontinued anyway.


Creed desided to discontinued...too bad :-(


Si tu demeure à Montréal, il est possible de l'essayer chez Ogilvy rue Sainte Catherine ouest. Ils ont un comptoir Creed, Serge Lutens, L'Artisan Parfumeur et quelques autres.



Il se dit unisexe, mais je me demande si celui-ci serait bien pour une femme? Malheureusement, je n'ai pas l'oportunité de l'essayer car j'habite au Canada. Pourriez-vous me donner votre avis?


A mon nez, ça ressemble à Royal Water mais avec de la lavande. Quelques notes qui ressemblent aussi à English Fern de Penhaligon's dans les notes de tête, mais qui ne durent que quelques secondes à peine. Je préfère cette merveilleuse senteur à Royal Water car j'adore la lavande! Senteur de propre linge frais et du printemps fleuri à l'été frais et ensoleillé.
Très bien dans une température chaude et même fraiche. Je consacrerais cette merveille olfactive exclusivement pour le jour. Du Royal Water en mieux car de la lavande...

Seul bémol, ça ressemble plus à une eau de toilette qu'une eau de parfum; légère avec un sillage modéré et une longévité très moyenne.

Excellent quand même. J'aime beaucoup!



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