Four fragrances from Jaguar

Jaguar Woman Ivory Edition perfume

Earlier this year, Jaguar launched four new limited edition flankers, two for 2004's Jaguar Woman and two for 2005's Jaguar Fresh Man.

Jaguar Woman Ivory Edition (shown) ~ developed by perfumer Vincent Schaller, and "... bursting with positive energy expressed from the very first contact. The lively, fruity notes of mandarin, red grapefruit and black currant provide the composition with a fresh and luminous opening. A tender floral bouquet of blue freesias, radiant jasmine and gentle osmanthus then unfolds, giving the fragrance a silky transparency. JAGUAR WOMAN IVORY EDITION displays pure sensuality and femininity with a hint of gourmandise in its lingering closing accord of musk, vanilla, sandalwood and the alluring scent of chocolate." In 75 ml Eau de Toilette.

Jaguar Woman Purple Edition ~ developed by perfumer Richard Ibanez. "Exceptionally charming and feminine, JAGUAR WOMAN PURPLE EDITION reveals itself right from the outset. In the top notes, the freshness of bergamot caresses the floral airiness of freesia. These tender flowery aromas continue in the heart notes, reaching a culmination in a heady bouquet of heliotrope, jasmine and white blossom. Pure femininity! JAGUAR WOMAN PURPLE EDITION’s closing accord is infused with warmth and sensuality. Patchouli oil, vanilla, musk and sandalwood fuse into an incredibly sexy note to give the composition a lingering finish." In 75 ml Eau de Toilette.

Jaguar Fresh Verve Man ~ from perfumer Marie Salamagne. "From the very first contact, the fragrance unfolds its sparkling fresh dimension with a splash of bergamot and a pinch of cardamom. The fresh, spicy notes subtly combine with a hint of tea, giving the scent transparency and an unconventional opening. This jaunty lightness continues in the heart notes, which are powerfully energised with fiery pepper and sage. The closing accord is resonant and sustained. Sandalwood, patchouli and musk blend in a strong, incredibly virile harmony, bringing JAGUAR FRESH VERVE MAN a sense of elegance and luxury. In 100 ml Eau de Toilette.

Jaguar Fresh Energy Man ~ developed by perfumer Dominique Preyssas. "In the first movement – the top notes – he plays a lively allegro of fruity mandarin, grapefruit and spicy cardamom, all resonating with the aquatic notes of the ocean. Then follows a powerful andante of lavender, cedar and violet leaves blended with sage – a mysterious floral accord with aromatic undertones. The finale is warm and passionate, a thrilling counterpoint to the fresh, bubbly prelude. Sensual musk, patchouli and ambergris play the first violin, accompanied by the woody notes of vetiver and sandalwood." In 100 ml Eau de Toilette.

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  1. kaos.geo says:

    I really really like that bottle!
    I have not been very impressed with Jaguar’s offerings, so I haven´t tried their line in a while. I will give these a shot if I see them

  2. ol rait says:

    Their SUPER EFFECTIVE CAPS LOCK TECHNIQUE makes me want to buy multiple bottles of all of these. After all, Caps Lock is like AUTOPILOT FOR COOL.

    But seriously, these are so formulaic.

    • Merlin says:

      SUPER EFFECTIVE CAPS LOCK TECHNIQUE! Wow, why did no one point that out before. Perhaps one can go rock climbing with them, as with the swiss army stuff, without spilling.
      Okay, I didn’t even read the notes. I don’t get the idea of car brands (like Porche) diverting into other markets. Pens may have made SOME sense (fitted to hand, good metal, mainly functional, but stylish) but perfume makes none.

    • Robin says:

      :-)

  3. Dolly2 says:

    For some reason, every time I see chocolate listed in a lineup, I automatically think of Sarah Jessica Parker’s Covet.

    • Merlin says:

      I think sarah jessica parker is a red herring and that you just covet the chocolate!

    • Robin says:

      I liked Covet.

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