5 Utterly Timeless Perfumes By Chopard


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Swiss watchmaker and jewellery house Chopard produces more than dazzling precision timepieces. The best Chopard perfumes for women are equally desirable, blending exquisite aromas that dare to be different.

The brand moved into the world of fragrance in 1992 with the launch of its now-iconic feminine perfume, Casmir Eau de Parfum. They have since created a further 30 female scents and 19 unisex fragrances. 

Known for its unique blends and enticing bottle designs, Chopard often creates fragrance bottles to match their eye-catching watch or jewellery lines.

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Best Chopard Perfumes For Women

The best Chopard perfumes for women combine sensual florals and fruits with exotic spices and woods. Here are 5 heavenly scents to consider.

1. Love Chopard Eau de Parfum

Love Chopard Eau de Parfum
Credit: Chopard

Review

A stunning rose scent, Love Chopard is rich, complex, and warming. This sensual and mature scent evokes candle-lit dinners and quiet conversations. Launched in 2020.

A sweet and warming combination of cinnamon, rose, pink peppercorn, tangerine, and violet make the opening of Love Chopard dazzling and complex.

The feisty opening puts up a good fight before giving way to the floral heart of Bulgarian rose, orange blossom, and jasmine sambac. 

The remarkably complex base of this scent is made up of notes of brown sugar, cocoa, honey, patchouli, sandalwood, Tonka bean, vanilla, and cedar. 

Settles to a spicy rose scent with a touch of smoke, resin, and caramelised, sugary edges. Similar to Carolina Herrera Burning Rose.

Top Notes:

Cinnamon, Damask Rose, Pink Peppercorn, Rose, Taif Rose, Tangerine, Violet

Mid Notes:

Bulgarian Rose, Moroccan Rose, Orange Blossom, Rose, Sambac Jasmine

Base Notes:

Brown Sugar, Cocoa, Honey, Patchouli, Sandal, Tonka Bean, Turkish Rose, Vanilla, White Cedar

Seasons & Longevity

Though versatile, Love Chopard is ideal for autumn and winter wear and equally well suited to day or night wear. I would say it leans more dressy than casual.

In fact, thanks to the complexity, it has remarkable staying power. This scent can see you through a 6 to 8-hour work day with surprising ease, and it will make you feel fabulous all the while.

Seasons: Autums, Winter
Longevity 7+ hours

Benefits & Drawbacks

ProsA stunning rose fragrance with spices and a touch of smoke
ConsMaybe too smoky/spice for some

2. Casmir Eau de Parfum

Casmir Eau de Parfum
Credit: Chopard

Review

Casmir Eau de Parfum is the original (and arguably the best, depending on who you ask) and is somewhat of a cult favourite. This 1992 scent is for those who like to balance youthful sweetness and vibrancy with sophisticated complexity.

A tropical basket of fruits gives Casmir a fresh and juicy opening; peach, coconut, mango, and bergamot perfectly balance sweetness and tart tanginess. 

In the heart, geranium, jasmine, and lily-of-the-valley bloom discreetly before the foundational notes of sandalwood, amber, vanilla, and musk come to the fore. 

Settles to a sweet, resinous, and slightly smoky blend of vanilla, fruit, resin and wood that feels powerful, sensual and vintage.

Top Notes:

Peach, Apricot, Blackcurrant, Raspberry

Mid Notes:

Mandarin, Carnation, Cinnamon

Base Notes:

Vanilla, Benzoin, Tonka Bean, Opoponax

Seasons & Longevity

Casmir is a stunning cold-weather fragrance that comes into its own in the evenings. Think date night, formal events, and other intimate occasions where you want to turn heads. 

This is a really robust scent that will give you the best part of 5+ hours of wear, depending on what you’re doing. 

Seasons: Autums, Winter
Longevity 5+ hours

Benefits & Drawbacks

ProsClassy, classic, complex, vintage…. I could go on!
ConsIt does smell very vintage so maybe not for younger noses

3. Miel d’Arabie Eau de Parfum

Miel d'Arabie Eau de Parfum
Credit: Chopard

Review

Created by perfume icon Alberto Morillas in 2018, Miel d’Arabie is earthy, rich, and undoubtedly mature, yet it doesn’t feel dated. If you’re a fan of vintage Guerlain, you are sure to love this scent too.

The natural sweetness of honey and more than a whisper of pomegranate brings a sugary sweet opening with an exotic tang of fruity freshness. 

This quickly gives way to a spiced heart with the dry sharpness of tea at its core. Base notes of patchouli, incense, and cypress oil make the dry down resinous and almost medicinal.

Settles to a spiced-honey scent with luscious fruits and the darkness of tea with a touch of the medicinal. Unusual and moreish.

Top Notes:

Tea, Pomegranate

Mid Notes:

Honey, Spices

Base Notes:

Patchouli, Cypress Oil, Incense

Seasons & Longevity

I love Mield’Arabie for chilly autumn/winter nights when the cool, crisp air lets the more subtle elements of the fragrance bloom.

Thanks to the spices and smoky notes, this perfume could give you up to 5+ hours of wear (which makes it a wonderful day-to-night scent for those who like to turn heads).  

Seasons: Autums, Winter
Longevity 5+ hours

Benefits & Drawbacks

ProsClassy and seductive scent created by Alberto Morillas
ConsReally only for autumn/winter evenings

4. Happy Chopard Bigaradia Eau de Parfum

Happy Chopard Bigaradia Eau de Parfum
Credit: Chopard

Review

The only full-on summer scent on this list, Happy Chopard Bigaradia, is sparkling, bright, and absolutely bursting with juicy fruit notes. Youthful and effervescent, this 2018 scent makes a strong statement.

With bitter orange, fresh green mandarin, carrot, and neroli, this fragrance has a juicy, sweet, and zesty opening. 

The heart notes of honey, orange blossom, and jasmine sambac quickly come into their own, replacing that bright juiciness with a breezy, sweet edge. 

The base of patchouli, sesame, and cedar never really bleeds through; it settles to a bright and cheerful blend of citrus and charming white flowers.

Top Notes:

Neroli, Green Mandarin, Bitter Orange, Carrot

Mid Notes:

Orange Blossom, Honey, Jasmine Sambac

Base Notes:

Patchouli, Sesame, Cedar, Labdanum

Seasons & Longevity

Ideal for bright, warm summer days walking carefree in the park and perhaps enjoying an al fresco lunch or picnic in the shade.

Expect 3+ of noticeable performance from this, and wear it during casual day events for ideal results. However, it can be a little sharp, so apply sparingly in enclosed spaces.

Seasons: Spring,Summer
Longevity 3+ hours

Benefits & Drawbacks

ProsFresh, summer, feel-good fragrance
ConsAs expected, this does not last very long

5. Vanille de Madagascar Eau de Parfum

Vanille de Madagascar Eau de Parfum
Credit: Chopard

Review

Looking for a scent that is complex, subtle, and borderline edible? If so, Vanille de Madagascar could be the perfume of your dreams. Launched in 2017.

Opening with top notes of matcha tea, orange flower, and bergamot, Vanille de Madagascar is surprisingly fruity, leading to a heart of caramel and Madagascan vanilla.

This sweet, edible heart is supported by a base of cedar and vetiver that adds some sharp, dry resin edges to the scent. The result is a complex blend of delicious vanilla and caramel with darker tea and woody notes.

Top Notes:

Bergamot, Matcha Tea, Orange Flower Petal

Mid Notes:

Madagascan Vanilla, Caramel

Base Notes:

Cedar Wood, Haitian Vetiver

Seasons & Longevity

I feel that Vanille de Madagascar is a stunning any-season fragrance. Maybe a little too fragile for cold nights, but great for slightly warmer afternoons in early summer.

A single application will generally get you 4+ hours of wear with only moderate projection, so you may need to overspray.

Any Season
Longevity 4+ hours

Benefits & Drawbacks

ProsSmells expensive, complex, and simply delicious
ConsLasts OK but does not project too well in my opinion
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Ingrid’s Top Pick

Love Chopard Eau de Parfum

Love Chopard Eau de Parfum is my top pick as this seductive scent combines a kaleidoscope of rose notes with spices, smoke, resin, and sugary edges. Wow!

Conclusion

Founded by Louis-Ulysse Chopard, Chopard in 1860, Chopard was originally a Swiss watchmaker and jewellery house best known for its ‘Happy Diamonds’ collection.

The brand didn’t move into fragrances until the early 1990s, when it partnered with L’Oreal. With plenty of scents to choose from, the best Chopard perfumes will leave you feeling glamourous and confident, just what every girl needs!

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