Guerlain Chamade Eau de Toilette is a fragrance for women launched in 1969. The author of the composition is Jean-Paul Guerlain. The floral-green scent consists of: aldehydes, bergamot, hyacinth, jasmine and rose in top notes; lilac, galbanum, clove and lily of the valley in heart notes; amber, benzoin, peru balsam, sandalwood, tolu balm, vanilla and vetiver in the base. The strongest note is galbanum. Both longevity and projection are very good.
aldehydes, bergamot, hyacinth, jasmine, rose
lilac, galbanum, clove, lily of the valley
amber, benzoin, peru balsam, sandalwood, tolu balm, vanilla, vetiver