Clone Formula: Coty Chypre

Chypre by Coty is one of the most important works of fragrance art in history. It inspired thousands of new fragrances and continues to do so today, and it was a nod, in its own time, to the long-lost scent of powdered wigs and the drawing rooms of the European Gentry of the 17th and 18th centuries.

This formula is based on actual knowledge of the original including tweaks made by François Coty to perfect it in the few years following its initial launch. The download contains a number of substitute formulas for bases that are used and provides monographs on the most famous historic bases from the golden age of perfumery.

No formula or information exists on the internet right now that can take you this close to the fragrance that changed the history of scent forever.

If you wish to purchase the full formula to this beautiful historic fragrance, you may do so here:

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YANDY
YANDY
2 months ago

I’ll be dead if someday you make Mitsouko and Kouros 😍😍😍

Guido
Guido
2 months ago
Reply to  YANDY

Same for me, and that means the vintage version of course! that’ll be awesome..

Alexey
Alexey
12 days ago

Jamie, there is no mistake with a dose of vanillin? I’ve never tasted Coty Chypre.

Alexey
Alexey
1 day ago
Reply to  Jamie Frater

Thanks Jamie!

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