Cacharel Liberte

30 ml Eau De Toilette Spray

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Liberté by Cacharel is described as a 'chypre orange juice'. It was created by perfumers Olivier Polge and Domitille Bertier and has top notes of bitter orange and zests of bergamot, citrus and mandarin. Heart notes of white flowers fade down to base notes of patchouli, vetiver and vanilla.

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Liberte by Cacharel is described as a 'chypre orange juice'. It was created by perfumers Olivier Polge and Domitille Bertier and has top notes of bitter orange and zests of bergamot, citrus and mandarin. Heart notes of white flowers fade down to base notes of patchouli, vetiver and vanilla.

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