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Casaque Long Lost Perfume for women

Casaque Long Lost Perfume for women
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Casaque, a fragrance from 1957, originally belonged to Jean D'Albret brand. This is a delicate and light floral scent, feminine and classic.

Top notes: hyacinth, lemon and bergamot. Heart: jasmine, lily of the valley, carnation, orange blossom and roses. Base: musk and sandalwood.

Available as 3.5, 15, 30 and 120 ml EDT.

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Hyacinth Amalfi Lemon

Middle Notes
Carnation Jasmine African Orange flower Rose Lily-of-the-Valley

Base Notes
Musk Sandalwood

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This perfume reminds me of  
Les Exclusifs de Chanel No 22
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Casaque Fragrance Reviews

Gjilchrist
Gjilchrist

This review is for the vintage parfum, which I'm lucky enough to have in the original and gorgeous, half-ounce, crystal-stopped flacon. (The perfume came out in '56, the EDT in '57.) Mine may be missing the top notes: lily of the valley, jasmine, and rose dominate. Even so, the fragrance is beautiful. Lilies of the valley grew in my yard when I was a kid, and this perfume transports me back to suburban Detroit in the '70s, overlayed with the fantasy (for me) of a French garden party in the '50s. A little confusing, but I'm into it. Société Française des Parfumeurs Paris catagorizes Casaque as a floral-aldehyde, with the dryness of powder.

Info on Jean D'Albret is scarce, but the blogger Non-Blonde tells us the company was founded in 1946 by French Count Guillaume d'Ornano (a French horse race is named after him) and his sons Hubert and Michel. Jean D'Albret was their head perfumer. Within a year, they added the sub-brand Orlane for their skincare products. In the mid-1970s, Jean d'Albret perfumes were rebranded as Orlane fragrances, before they were discontinued and vanished from the market.

Jan
17
2014
casaque
casaque

Casaque was named after the little cossack jacket that the French woman writer, George Sand wore to please her lover, Chopin.

Oct
21
2013
mereltje
mereltje

Hi everyone,
I bought a vintage pure perfume pencil which is half full. It's in a beautiful long shaped glass bottle decorated with tiny horses. The smell is a very amazing, full, flowerish rosegarden. Very beautiful!It last for about a 5 to 6 hours, so I think it's fine. I really like it.

Jan
15
2013
mjc17601
mjc17601

Casaque was my first serious grown-up fragrance.(as teenager) I remember buying my first bottle at Macy's in New York in the 1970s. It was a 1oz bottle of perfume, in a beautiful bottle. I have spent years trying to find this scent again. I found a vintage bottle on Rubylane and it is just like I remember it. Very pretty and flirtatious.

Dec
31
2013
bugmenot1
bugmenot1

It's not Jean d'albert. It is jean d'albret! That is why I couldn't find this when i searched under d'albret!

Aug
13
2012
Susana51
Susana51

I just received my bottle of Casaque from Fragrance Net. I still love it as much as I did in the 70's. When I bought it then, it was produced by Jean D'Albret and you could get gift sets with lotion, powder etc. It is a wonderful fragrance and much like White Shoulders, which I also like. I don't know if I am really getting the exact "recipe" as Casaque was made at that time, but it is lovely anyway. Somehow, I remember it coming in a blue and gold package. The last time I found it available was about 1980 or so and that was at the Bon in Hawaii where I lived. After that~~never saw it again. I'd love to know the story behind it's history if anyone knows it. Thanks!

Nov
28
2011
Madalou
Madalou

Long Lost Perfumes are, as I understand, recent copies of long since discontinued fragrances from different, unrelated perfumeries. Each scent is considered a long beloved classic. The original classics can sometimes be found at online auctions, as can the copies which themselves may no longer be in production. Long Lost Perfumes was once headed by cosmetic diva Irma Shorell.

Jul
18
2011

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Casaque by Long Lost Perfume 4.54 out of 5 based on 25 ratings and 7 user reviews

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