Knize Ten, created in 1925, takes its name from the highest “handicap” of the game of polo, the elitist sport of English gentlemen. An exemplary leathery, decisive, extremely elegant and balanced perfume. Its characteristic and unmistakable leathery note dominates green and citrus notes, a surprisingly flowery heart and a warm and enveloping background of spices, woods and vanilla notes. Its original composition has been the subject of countless attempts at imitation but Knize Ten firmly maintains its primacy and, not surprisingly, it is among the few “eternal essences” mentioned in the book “The Gentleman” by B. Roetzel. A courageous and innovative perfume for the years in which it was created, intense, full of character and nobly refined that today finds an unchanged admiration for its surprising personality. Knize Ten opens with green and citrus notes of bergamot, lemon, petit grain and galbanum. The aromatic tarragon gives an exceptionally fresh touch. Aldehyde radiant notes give brightness to the fragrance. The heart opens a white floral bouquet of jasmine and orange blossom, mixed with heliotrope and iris facets. Carnation and cloves give a spicy character. The exquisite leather accord gives Knize Ten its unmistakable character. Harmoniously characterized by elegant woody notes of patchouli, sandalwood and vetiver, the bottom is rounded by a musk-gray amber accord and a light touch of vanilla. Soft and reassuring,
Knize Ten Toilet Water 225 ml
A woody, powerful and classic perfume. The fragrance is best known for the smell of leather. This creates a very masculine character, which combines well with the patchouli that creates sensuality.