Chopard Noble Vetiver ~ new fragrance

Chopard Noble Vetiver fragrance

Chopard, which celebrates its 150th anniversary this year, will launch Noble Vetiver, a new fragrance for men:

The Noble Vetiver man loves to share his passion for high quality, fine objects and is admired by his peers for his self-confidence and audacious spirit.

As a connoisseur, his Noble Vetiver scent is a statement of his bold, elegant signature, making him the center of attention wherever he is.

Noble Vetiver is a spicy woody leather, and was developed by perfumer Lucas Sieuzac. The notes include vetiver, bergamot, cardamom, red pepper, clary sage, mahogany wood, leather and tobacco.

I will update with sizes and concentration when I can find them. (via press release)

Update: Chopard Noble Vetiver is available in 50 and 80 ml Eau de Toilette.

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  1. Marie says:

    I love the bottle – that would look great sitting on DH’s bureau.

  2. Rictor07 says:

    I dont think what perfumers consider a leather smell is in any way similar to what i consider a leather smell. I have sampled a fair number of fragrances that have included leather in the notes, and are supposed to be leather-centric, and i have never once smelled something even remotely like leather. maybe this one will do it.

    • Robin says:

      Not sure verisimilitude is really what they’re after, but perhaps this one will suit, who knows?

  3. boojum says:

    In spite of the ad copy, which made me roll my eyes ferociously… this sounds really good. Have never smelled anything by Chopard, though, and don’t know that I’ve ever seen it anywhere.

    • Robin says:

      I don’t see them anywhere either. Ever.

      • annemarie says:

        I never see them either, but the other day I admired the perfume being worn by a colleague and she said it was Chopard’s Madness, which said she still sometimes finds cheap in discount stands in shops (the fragrance is discounted). So some retailer in my city has been selling Chopard. Or maybe some retailers pick up supplies of discontinued fragrances just to have some quick sellers at the front of their shops.

  4. Rappleyea says:

    I agree – the notes sound really good for this. What about the quality of Chopard? I’ve never tried any.

    • Joe says:

      Chopard has done some good scents — most notably the oriental Cašmir (I’m not sure how its reformulations have fared). I’m also partial to Mira Baï, which is sort of light and fruity.

      I’ll be curious about this if it doesn’t go the typical and boring route of many masculines. I like the perfumer, and maybe they’re investing in quality raw materials for their anniversary. I wonder if they’ll do a feminine this year as well.

      • Quarry says:

        I’m with you, Joe, in appreciating Mira Bai and Casmir. The good news is that Chopard doesn’t churn out scents just because the sun rises (yes, I’m looking at you, Bond No. 9), so I am hopeful great care went into the vetiver’s construction.

  5. dee says:

    The Noble Vetiver man loves a pretty bottle in his perfume cabinet! This sounds really nice; I’d love to sniff it.

    • pyramus says:

      Whatever one thinks of Chopard’s scents–and I’m mostly very meh about them–they undeniably do have some kick-ass bottles, which is probably fitting for a jeweller: good with shiny things, not so much on intangibles like fragrances.

  6. zara says:

    lovely bottle and sounds promissing!

  7. Bela says:

    Such a beautiful bottle!

  8. Gorgeous Bottle

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