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Courtesan Worth for women
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Courtesan by Worth is a Oriental Vanilla fragrance for women. Courtesan was launched in 2006. The nose behind this fragrance is Pierre Bourdon. Top notes are cinnamon, cardamom, clove, pineapple, red berries and bergamot; middle notes are orange blossom, magnolia, jasmine and rose; base notes are sandalwood, peach, raspberry, caramel, dark chocolate, cacao, amber, vanilla and musk.

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Top Notes
Cinnamon Cardamom Clove Pineapple Red Berries Bergamot

Middle Notes
Orange Blossom Magnolia Jasmine Rose

Base Notes
Sandalwood Peach Raspberry Caramel Dark Chocolate Cacao Amber Vanilla Musk

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O Feerique Sensuelle
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Le Male
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Courtesan Fragrance Reviews

Ferminadaza
Ferminadaza

Oh My Goodness! I have been amiss! I can't believe that I've never left a review for one of my dearly beloved scents!!!!

Ummmm....courtesan.

This scent is pure seduction for the woman who knows how to wear it.

The inspiration behind this scent was Cora Pearl. Long before the latest Instagram model offering...ahem... "bookings" there existed this 19th century English courtesan who took the Parisian world of her time by storm.

It's the quintessential story of live fast, die young, make a beautiful corpse---- Pearl lived an incredibly decadent, whirlwind life before dying in her mid 30s of what was described at the time as a "disorder of the female organs". From all indications it, was likely a female cancer that came about as a result of untreated venereal disease (likely what we know as HPV today).

Poor thing died alone, broke, and broken which is not the sexiest way to leave this world, but call it more an indicator of the sex repressive 19th century times that penalized women for having the nerve to do the darn thing rather than let it put a damper on the life that she did live.

For the time that Cora was in her prime, she ruled the hearts of royalty. A typical night for her was rum soaked revelry dancing nude until dawn when you'd find her in the arms of the Shah of Persia or one of the crowned princes of the Ramonov family or some other bit of royalty from that era.

Unfortunately, as any good woman of the evening knows, saving is absolutely necessary for such a life. Cora lived for the present and enjoyed an opulent life of decadent furs, near priceless jewels, and stunning couture gowns.

Enter the House of Worth, considered one of the premier couture houses of the day, they supplied Pearl with a large part of her wardrobe. Keep in mind, that fashionable women of the 19th century changed garments 3-4 times a day with resplendent dresses for each day's activities.

How did this woman die broke? Well heauxing has never had good retirement benefits and Pearl had a bit of pride that kept her from turning to her affluent friends who no doubt would have assisted her. In the end, it is said that her stunning beauty wasted away and she did not want the men who once fantasized about her to see her in that state including...Mr....Wor---let me hush! Telling too much old tea now.

Okay enough gossip, what about the fume?

Whew! Egads this is pure 19th century risque sex in a bottle. Imagine a stunningly beautiful seemingly refined "lady" bedecked in low cut gown evening gown of fine silk and intricate bead work sitting in a drawing room filled with paintings of her supposed well heeled and monied ancestors. She's wearing a delicate white floral cologne that gives wafts of spring with her every movement. Across from her sits a gentleman caller and they are speaking in hushed tones over a silver tray of fine rum imported from Santo Domingo. Their conversation is both playful banter and ardent argument over politics, considered a most un-ladylike choice for drawing room conversation. Each time that she leans forward, the gentleman receives an ample view of her bosom and smells the green floral muskiness of her cologne. She doesn't wait for him as she reaches for another glass of rum and places it to her lips. This time she intentionally misses, spilling the glass onto her decolletage, ruining yet another expensive couture gown in her game of seduction. The gentleman hastily offers her his handkerchief and she tells him-------

"I'd rather you lick it off."

Rum soaked skin, classic white floral cologne, the spicy gourmand chocolate caramel cardamom notes of indecency and roiling passion. The soft hazy musky pink bloom of the afterglow----this is Courtesan.

I cannot be without a bottle in my collection. It's one of the few that I've actually had to replace because I use it up. This is one that you spray LIBERALLY, honey.

If you have to dab this one on then you are not meant for it. It's not for you and that's okay. There is nothing ladylike about this.

There is nothing shy or shrinking violet about this. This isn't elegant...this is sex.

This is a "I wonder if she's wearing anything beneath that trench coat" kind of perfume. This is a get your freakum dress out the closet, call the babysitter, and tell him to hurry home from work kind of perfume.

I'm just saying this perfume definitely has a bit of skank to it. Sharpen your nails and put on your Revlon Cherries in the Snow lipstick because this fume is old school sexy. No light school girl fruitchoulis here

Now...do I just reserve this for date nights and other romantic interludes? I'm not that type.

Child, I will wear this to the grocery store. I have worn this to church...what? Let me help the deacon remember why he needs to pray against temptation.

Courtesan is a keeper. Out of all of the fumes I own...from pricey niche to drugstore classic. This is the only perfume through which I can go through an entire bottle and that I consider truly sensual.

Sillage is arm length. Longevity is 5-6 hours. Best season for wear? Fall is nice but I've worn it in late spring...you might want to switch up in summer because this is a very rich perfume.

Compliments: yes! Finally, eh?! Women have asked me what I'm wearing and men always lean in closer. This is one of those perfumes where very few men are going to ask you what you're wearing because it's so...personal. It's not generally a personal question but this perfume makes it a personal one, if you catch my drift. It's like where does the fume start and where does your skin begin. Women will ask...because we know. Men will just lean in and follow you around.

Can a man wear this? Hmm. I don't know. I'd love to see one try. Seriously, it might be interesting to see what it does on a man's skin. I'm thinking that with as rich as this perfume comes off that it might work. I do worry that the hefty rum notes mixed with a man's chemistry may come off as more "alcoholic" than perfumery, lol.

Feb
23
2016
OTA Mom
OTA Mom

I just don't know what to do with this one. So much--too much--going on, and it actually seems disjointed, if that makes sense? Like two freight trains going in opposite directions. Strong spicy scents in the base, but chaos above. If the concept is to hold mystery and stay present in our thoughts, maybe then I can understand, that would fit the manner of a courtesan. It took a lot of thought to determine whether I could consider this a 'like', but in the end, trying to decide was tiresome.

Jan
15
2016
SoftWisdom
SoftWisdom

When I first got this fragrance I liked it so much; however now I cannot stand the smell because something in it makes me feel a little ill. This disappoints me because I did really enjoy it and I love the notes. I wish I would've tested more thoroughly before buying. As for the scent itself, it truly is nice in a fun, pretty way. But try, try, try before you buy ;)

Dec
30
2015
Addict2Perfume
Addict2Perfume

Oh…No…what did I buy!? I wanted to like this so much because the reviews were pretty good and people seem to either like or love it, but all I am getting is plastic, pineapple, cinnamon, plastic, plastic, plastic!! Maybe the bottle I order has expired because this is a nightmare. I would not even dare trying to swap it because I think it would be mean to give this to another person. I’m literally going to have to dump it out and just enjoy the bottle. It leaked during shipping so that probably should have tipped me off that the seller sent me an old bottle. It’s perfume so I can't return it, win some – lose some with ebay. Fellow Fragranticans beware!

Sep
23
2015
bibibling
bibibling

Wow. I got a sample of this from luckyscent back in 11/2014, took one whiff and scrubbed it off. At the time it smelled like a tropical fruit salad rotting in a tin trash can in the middle of a heatwave in New York City.

Today I gave it another try and the pineapple+cinnamon accord is hitting me hard. There is a Brazillian food place near my house we go to sometimes where they serve the all-you-can-eat meat. They also serve an amazing cinnamoned grilled pineapple and this really reminds me of that. But there's also this wet baby powder note that's kind of weirdly cloying for me. If I smell my hands from far away, like when I'm typing, it's fine but when I shove my wrist in front of my nose, I can't deal with it.

This is one of those 'Not for me, but someone else with different skin/nose chemistry will love it' perfumes. I do love the pineapple+cinnamon like I said but the powdery thing is giving me a literal headache so I guess I have to go scrub again now.

If you want a unique twist on a tropical fruit salad perfume, give this a try. Carmen Miranda would love this. Wish my nose could too.

Mar
12
2015
cloyd42
cloyd42

I keep wanting to nibble my wrist it smells so edible... This opened with an instant cloud of sweet spice, particularly cinnamon. As time has passed there's lots of vanilla, cacao and sandalwood but I'm just not getting much fruit. This will sound ridiculous after the notes I just described but it profiles less as a gourmand than something more abstract--delicious but more in the way a painting of food would be.

In any case I'm loving this very much. My bottle was a gift and my assumption before I read the information was that it was vintage and expensive. The price is a delightful surprise and I thought vintage because of the complexity. Well worth trying but take a travel spritzer because it does suffer in the longevity.

Sillage: 2-3 ft
Longevity: weak, 1-2 hours
Fabulosity: the Spice Coast
Value to Price ratio: excellent
7/10

Feb
25
2015
carriewible
carriewible

I just received a bottle of this and I cannot stop sniffing my wrists. It's beautiful, light, sweet, and powdery. It's not overpowering at all. I love it.

Jan
13
2015
RosieRachel
RosieRachel

Courtesan surprised me. I have a sample of this fragrance and I can't remember why I purchased it; perhaps it was recommended on a list I read. Nevertheless, this feminine perfume is warm, comforting and very sensual. On my skin, there's lots of sweet-smelling vanilla, an unusual spiciness (I think from the cinnamon) and a creaminess from the sandalwood which forms a well-balanced perfume. The dry-down is a little more clean and musky.

Does Courtesan make me feel sexy? Not really, but it does make me want to snuggle up with a good book and a cup of tea! Sillage is soft to moderate; longevity about 7-8 hours but does fade after a few to a skin scent.

Although I'm enjoying it, I'm not getting lots of notes for such a complex pyramid. I do definitely want a perfume similar to this and I'm wondering if I could find something a bit better... Or perhaps that is the Courtesan herself leaving me cold.

Jan
05
2015
courant
courant

I ponder at this fragrance, ponder some more and realise I am pondering its raison d’etre. Prompted by Victoria Frolova’s reaction to ‘Pineapple Compound’ in her perfumery training I question why it had to open with pineapple. I’ve been wearing Annick Goutal’s Musc Nomade in recent times, it being the epitome of sheer gauzy musk and so the transition to wearing Courtesan was not out on a limb; they are both ephemeral and arcane. At first I thought there was no fragrance at all; applied on freshly showered skin it simply disappeared like a wraith. I’m still not sure if the bottle I got (online discounter) was past its best.

The next morning, still warm from sleep I sprayed it on some bare skin and went downstairs to make tea and toast. It transmogrified into a pineapple fruit salad and the dry down asserted itself, soft floral, a little like Eau Claire des Merveilles. (EDCM is far superior IMO) Now, this was a little more like it, the Isoamyl acetate (Juicy Fruit) was tamed and there were soft skin scents. These wispy tendrils that emanate from a woman’s thigh were called ‘Cuisse de Nymph’ ...sigh, petal soft, and the French named a rose such to titillate. The Victorian English couldn’t cope and called the rose ‘Maiden’s Blush’

There are better roses, better accords, better musks and better pineapple. I don’t know why they bothered. I don’t know Courtesan’s ‘reason to be’ I would be grateful for other contributors input as to how this perfume should smell. It will nag at me, is my blind buy ‘off’?

The perfume was named for Cora Pearl, a Courtesan, associated with the Worth family and its ‘Haute Couture’ The gorgeous creature looked like Viven Leigh if the pictures are anythng to go by.

There is an experiment for Courtesan that I will leave you with. If, whilst wearing the perfume, you enjoyed a little lovemaking, might it bloom into a sex siren’s scent?.

I won’t tell and I don’t expect you to either. Cora Pearl’s life was not a family show, but
it could be its ‘reason to be’

Aug
01
2014
Nirhtuc
Nirhtuc

I got a 1mL sample of this just to continue my trials of perfumes that are not in my comfort zone (i.e. not vanilla or soft clean floral types). In the vial, this smells soft and musky, yet not 'gentle'. On my skin, this smells like a 'sexy' musk, not overpowering like aldehyde-based perfumes, but not too soft like typical white floral perfumes either. The perfume seems to combine the best of both the old and new perfume worlds. I can't pick out any particular notes, except maybe for jasmine (which always stands out on me no matter what)- it's very well blended.

Sillage appears to be soft, but it may indeed be stronger if sprayed on and not dabbed on. I can't comment on longevity yet. This is definitely a 'like'. I can see myself wearing this on date nights... in the near future I hope!

Jun
12
2014
mpbrown
mpbrown

I usually gravitate to deeper, darker, heavier fragrances so it was a huge surprise to discover how much I love this light, pink cloud of a thing. The visual image that came to me continually as I wore this fragrance were scenes from Sophia Coppela's Marie Antoinette - women in powdered wigs piled high, berry-stained cheeks and lips, voluminous silk pastel gowns, soft feathered fans, heaving scented bosoms, languid, dreamy baroque watercolor landscapes..... soft, frothy, lush, opulent, deliciously mouth-watering, powdery and spicy with just a touch of skank. A very sensuous, discreet and personal fragrance with incredible longevity. I love this thing, it's the perfect fragrance to wear before going to bed, also perfect for scenting hair and lingerie.

Nov
09
2013
Gabriellitjie
Gabriellitjie

Warm, spicy, with top notes including cinnamon and cloves? Yes, I thought, this would be perfect for me. It was not to be - sweet, oh yes, very. Spicy - where? Musky, yep. Oddly enough, it reminds me somehow in some strange way of Je reviens which always manages to give me a headache.

Edit:
The dry-down makes it a much gentler scent - smooth and powdery. Still sweet, but in a much softer way. (And, oops, no correlation to Je Reviens anymore!) It's turned out quite nice, but has rather little personality.
Is there a perfume with lots of cinnamon, cloves, some patchouli and incense? If so, I want it!

May
24
2013
KajiraSuzanne
KajiraSuzanne

Courtesan is an "adult gourmand".It's not super-sweet like some other scents in this group, and is extremely complex. To me it is powdery, woodsy, with a hint of spicy sweetness and fruits, just a hint of chocolate.
The drydown is slightly animalic. I really enjoyed this scent as it is a gourmand but clearly different from other ones that I enjoy.
The longevity and sillage are on the high end of moderate.
Cora Pearl was actually considered a bit "vulgar" by her contemporaries,although she was very beautiful, so I wonder if she would have worn Courtesan or if she would have preferred something more cloying.

May
23
2013
vintage_scent
vintage_scent

I am as fascinated by this perfume as I am about the lady that it was inspired by, Cora Pearl. It is so beautifully translucent and sheer, skin soft. Many lovely faucets are incorporated in this fragrance...powdery, spicy, decadent, seductive. I can see her wearing this, on one of her escapades, seducing the courtiers with her bedroom eyes.

Yes, Courtesan is a boudoir scent, sexy and sultry, just as she was all those many years ago dancing naked in her saloon on a floor covered with orchids and soaking in her sterling silver bathtub filled with champagne.
So go ahead, pamper yourself with this gorgeous bedroom scent ;)

Apr
30
2013
antfarm
antfarm

Worth Courtesan is a beautiful, refined fragrance with many layers of development. It smelled nostalgic/familar to me, and then I realized that the overall effect is that of a craft store near Halloween time: spicy and soapy, with slightly sweet and tart berries. When I sniff I visualize exciting aisles full of fall time cornucopias displayed along with shimmering apples and sugar skeletons.

In the first stages I get a lot of real berry juice and elegant hand soap. Mid-wear I detect cinnamon mixing very softly and subtly with the refined bath soap with only a whisper of berries now. During the final stage, the soapy and fruity elements are gone and I can smell something very earthy resembling soil or patchouli. Lasting power is good; about 5 hours with many stages.

Mar
08
2013
miZZpuRRfect
miZZpuRRfect

i was tempted by courtesan's notes in the pyramid.
it has a lot of notes in common with one of my obsessively in love-perfumes by faberlic.
and yes, indeed, by the first blast, it smells e-x-a-c-t-l-y like it: faberlic o feerique sensuelle but less sweet, heavy and sultry, the chocolate aroma is not that present in this one and also less the savory sweetness of syrupy plum in o feerique...
both fumes are created by the same nose Pierre Bourdon, a very fameous perfume-creator, who did many all time classics for several haute couture and high street houses.
courtesan is a powdery vanilla gourmand, slightly spiced with cinnamon, not really outstanding, but easy to wear and just lovely. the sillage is decent, stayingpower good, but lingers very near the skin. on clothes it lasts far better than on skin.
i would call it a really lovely daytime scent, almost a blushy pinkish skinscent or makeup-pouch-scent, very wearable for any occasion, very safe and flattering. it isn t naughty or sexy as someone could imagine by it's name 'courtesan'.
it's very feminine and elegant, leaving a nice powdery jasmin, musk and vanillic warmth on the skin. i pick some hints of creamy rasperry and just a tad cinnamon as well. i like it, but i prefere faberlic o feerique sensuelle, which i do utterly love since i met the first time, also because of it's exeptional strength, personality and complexity.
courtesan is rather a uncomplicated dusty scent, which wears like a pink cashmere pullover. means: it's a very good alternative for those, who like the aroma of o feerique sensuelle but find it too heavy and sweet.

nb. montblanc femme obviousely has the same notes as well, similar aroma, yes, but it's juicier and lighter - suitable for hotter days - because it hasn't that powdery makeup-feel at all, and this fact changes the complete character of a scent in my opinion.

all in all courtesan is a very nice and timeless perfume, but as i do love my o feerique, i don t really need this one very similar to it. if someone wanna have my bottle, plz ask for, i would possibly swap it for something on my wishlist.

Feb
13
2012
TankGirl
TankGirl

Courtesan its a great surprise, very gourmand, spicy, warm but in a mature way.
Like so many said here, this is a perfume for a woman, not girl. The scent itself is very interesting, for some reason I get a note that reminds me of carnation, mixed with the sandalwood and the cinnamon. Its a very dusty perfume, that perfectly portrays a courtesan dressed in velvet, it somewhat reminds me of the drydown of Femme Rochas.
This is a serious perfume I believe, but not serious enough to be considerated old. I think Courtesan is at that perfect line where so much more perfumes should be nowadays, its not to modern, to classic, to mainstreem or to "different", it doenst smell old like your Femme Rochas (really hard to wear I believe), and it doesnt smell to vulgar like your typical mainstreem sexy-chic perfume (you name it, there are a 100 of them). Well you know what I mean, this scent its very good, with the right amout of sweet and spicy.
Great job!

8.5/10

Oct
19
2011
Ealing64
Ealing64

Creamy, velvety scent. Cozy, comforting, close to your skin. Wear it with a cashmire pullover on a crisp winter day or for that important tete-a-tete...
It leaves a dirty, almost skunky note... extremely seductive, definitely not a teenager fragrance, you need a woman to pull it off...

Aug
18
2011
eljayebee
eljayebee

Going by the notes and the name, I was expecting something skanky and seductive. Instead, on me, it's just mild and pleasant, with little lasting power. Big disappointment.

Mar
31
2011
darkbeauty
darkbeauty

So sad I didn't get a single whiff of chocolate in this. It's fruity, musky, and sharp. Not my style. For my chemistry at least. I was expecting so much more warmth. It just left behind a cold trail. My husband said, "It smells like Zest soap."

Not sure if I agree with that... LOL

Dec
25
2010
annabolina
annabolina

For me it starts out with some great bunch of fruits. - not surprisingly reading the notes. Not too sweet. Not too heavy. Not too interesting. On me it is like a nice fruity body butter. That is all.

Sep
24
2010
adele l
adele l

This is not what i expected with all those gourmand notes- very soft and pretty on my skin, really not spicy. It's slightly sweet and not very strong- nice but not really striking or offensive in any way.

Sep
12
2010
Cereza
Cereza

At first I really enjoyed it, because if you the notes you expect yet another sweet vanilla scent, but Courtesan does not open like that. Courtesan starts sour, cold and bitter. Cardamom and cinnamon all over the place. Somehow masculine and very, very addictive. I truly enjoyed the first 20 minutes of this fragrance, deeply inhaling it from my wrist, but then...what happened? Something from the notes hit in and I started to feel something metallic, almost blood like, which I did not enjoy at all. Too bad that it lasts for an hour. The drydown is still little bit metallic, but it's not so bad. I don't feel any vanilla and sweetness at all.

Eh. Pitty, it could be such a lovely fume, bet the hour with "blood" on my wrist - no, no.

Aug
19
2010
guest_Miss Delicious
guest_Miss Delicious

I have a bottle of this not very well known Worth fragrance, but I have to say it's a very weak vanilla scent. Shy and sublime. A pleasant, not too sweet vanilla skin-scent I would say. I love sumptuous and strong fragrances with great staying power. I will not buy Courtesan again. I can't say WOW when I smell it. The dry down is a soft vanilla/musk/amber-concoction. Really nothing special or remarkable.

Jul
03
2010
sky76sky
sky76sky

Oooo this courtesan has a cold, cold heart - it's true!

In some ways, Courtesan is Roma's odd little sister - they share a note that reminds me of cold, dry, grey slate & baked earth.

Where they differ is in their warmth & level of spice. Roma embraces you with a truly cosy & comely beauty, full of voluptuous curves & womanly charms. Courtesan knows her magnetic attraction & holds it like a steely gun to your head, keeping you at arm’s length with her chilly reserve & firey nature.

I adore spices & here they are all on show, not heavily & daringly as in Jungle, but in a refined way. I also find a distinct white pepper note that remains in the foreground throughout. Looking at the notes you may wonder where all the fruits, caramel & chocolate are: on my skin Courtesan isn’t candied, “frooty” or juicy in any way. It showcases the natural sweetness of cinnamon with its calm, dusty & dryness, echoed again in the cacao, & offers the wearer a grown up bitter-sweet berry tartness.

The base is very sensual…she knows how to please……soft musk, creamy woodsy sandalwood & a gentle amber. Yet, throughout the life of Courtesan a cold, grey blood pulses through her veins: the whole fragrance is built upon these great, grey foundations!

The longevity is good & the trail is obvious but modest, it is one if the most mysterious fragrances I own. This perfume is very unusual & well worth a try if you like distinct, dry fragrances with a cold, white heat. If you have ever read Memoirs of a Geisha I am reminded of Sayuri, the beautiful, tough Geisha with cold, blue eyes.

Such beauty held in such a cold embrace.

Feb
18
2010
Ldymrmlde
Ldymrmlde

This scent is amazing IMO. It might be slightly cloying but I don't care. lol...it's not an everyday scent for me. I wear it at special events.

Jan
03
2009
rebella
rebella

Courtesan is for me a perfume filled with expectancy... It is a stunnig, redheaded woman preparing herself for the amazing party she´s going to later that evening. She´s smiling to herself in the mirror while brushing her hair, she toroughly put on make-up and having troubble chosing the most striking outfit... She feels like her stomach is filled with butterflies, she look at the watch, drinking a glass of wine... Taking a last look in the mirror and then she´s off to the longed for party.

Really pretty, amazingly soft considering the notes, some gourmand feeling without being gourmand. I dont know why, but for me Courtesan is a before the party-perfume... It always manage to make me feel like I am looking forward to some funny and adventorous happening! But in my opinion a little to nice for the actual party.

Really great tough, don´t miss it!

May
08
2009
veruska
veruska

I like Courtesan although it has a bit of a grey dull shade in her core, and i do'nt find her very seductive as the name implies.Still it's warm like a cashmere blanket and that's enough. It sarts with red berries and cloves, and little by little the floral heart of jasmine comes in the picture.In the drydown it becames woodier, but with a strange juicy feeling that is very pleasurable. I don't detect the myriad foody notes of the note's pyramid, and i kind of like it cause i wouldn't like a lot of chocolate and caramel there.

Jan
14
2009
tessture
tessture

One of my all time favorites. It has foody notes, but it isn't gourmand. Rather, it suggests a beautifully made-up face, with rice powder and cream, scented lipstick and a faint perfume rising from a warm decolletage. There's definitely the suggestion of food in the vanilla/chocolate, but it is more of a perfume that ends with a scented musk. Simply delicious.

Dec
14
2008

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