The name evoking the ancient Tunisian city of Carthage.
So what does it smell like? I have no notes for the original perfume.
Bottle:The perfume bottles were designed by Julien Viard.
Fate of the Perfume:
Discontinued by the 1940s.
In 2011 saw the launch of the first men's fragrance by Panouge under their Isabey label, called L'Ambre de Carthage, created by Jean Jacques. The name was recycled from the perfume originally launched in 1924.
- Top notes: bergamot, labdanum, cardamom, thyme, cinnamon
- Middle notes: geranium, patchouli, osmanthus blossom, jasmine, olibanum
- Base notes: birch, musk, sandalwood, amber