As a great decade of men's fragrances drew to a close in the late 1980's, Christian Dior released a masterpiece called Fahrenheit. Many years and many reformulations later, that original scent has become nearly impossible to find, until now.
Alexandria's 69 Fahrenheit resurrects the vintage 1988 fragrance in stunning fashion, with a careful attention to detail that points to a personal meaning: "This was my uncle's signature scent, for 30 years, until he passed away. This was my tribute to him."
As the opening notes of citrus, nutmeg, and lavender unfold, the unmistakable heart of violet leaf, honeysuckle, and cedar come into focus. An intoxicating base of leather, vetiver, amber, and patchouli awaits, and the entire experience takes the wearer on a day-long journey back to a time when fragrances were unique, noticeable, and beautiful. Alexandria's 69 Fahrenheit truly turns emotions into fragrance!
Notes: Leather, Citrus, Violet Leaf, Nutmeg, Vetiver, Cedar, Patchouli, Amber