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There are seven different perfumes in the Chloé signature perfume range. This article explains what each smells like and the difference between them.

PerfumeReleaseMain Fragrance Notes
Chloé Eau de Parfum2008Rose, Litchi, Peony, Freesia
Roses de Chloé 2013Rose
Chloé Fleur de Parfum2016Citrus, Rose
Chloé Absolu de Parfum2017Rose, Patchouli
Chloé L’Eau Eau de Toilette2019Grapefruit, Rose
Chloé Rose Tangerine2020Cedar, Tangerine, Rose
Chloé Eau de Parfum Naturelle2021Rose

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Chloé Eau de Parfum

The original Chloé Eau de Parfum was released in 2008. This is a classy ‘English Rose’ fragrance which is elegant, traditional and pretty good for lasting.

The Rose note is accompanied by Freesia and Lily-of-the-Valley; these are two classic perfume notes which create an ‘English Country Garden’ feel.

The Peony and Litchi are both quite modern fragrance notes (we see Rose and Litchi mixed together in Carolina Herrera Good Girl and Parfums de Marly Delina).

Chloé Eau de Parfum is probably one of the best for lasting and projection out of all the Chloe fragrances and therefore I recommend it for any rose perfume fans.

Chloé Perfume 3 piece Gift Set
Chloé Perfume 3 piece Gift Set
Chloé Perfume Mini Gift Set
Chloé Perfume Mini Gift Set

Roses de Chloé

Roses de Chloé Eau de Toilette was released in 2013. As the name suggests, Rose is again the main fragrance note. But in Roses de Chloé unlike in Chloé Eau de Parfum, the rose is simple and not really accompanied by other perfume notes.

Roses de Chloé is a simple and fresh fragrance ideal for spring or summer days. Being an Eau de Toilette its lighter than the original and will require topping up after a few hours.

The bottle is very cute with pink liquid and a rose pink bow; I get the feeling that Roses de Chloé is aimed at a younger wearer than the original perfume.

Chloé Fleur de Parfum

Chloé Fleur de Parfum released in 2016 is a citrus take on the original Chloé Eau de Parfum. This freshness is achieved through Verbena, Bergamot and Grapefruit perfume notes.

At first the citrus notes are very noticeable, but after a while the Rose comes through, complimented by a Cherry Blossom and a hint of Peach.

Essentially Chloé Fleur de Parfum is a fresher summer version of the original Chloé Eau de Parfum.

Chloé Absolu de Parfum

Chloé Absolu de Parfum is very similar to the original Chloé Eau de Parfum.

A Vanilla note has been added to the base but this isn’t really noticeable. What is noticeable is a creamy Patchouli fragrance note which blends with the Rose to create depth and warmth.

Patchouli is known for helping perfumes lasts, so just like the original Chloé Absolu de Parfum is pretty good for lasting.

Chloé L’Eau Eau de Toilette

Chloé L’Eau Eau de Toilette, released in 2019, is a light summer scent reminiscent of Roses de Chloé.

An Oakmoss note has been added which creates a green undertone. Even more noticeable is the Grapefruit note which dominates the initial minutes after its first sprayed.

Like the other Eau de Toilette’s in the range, Chloé L’Eau Eau de Toilette is very light. This is the kind of perfume which you can maybe smell on yourself but others might have difficulty.

Chloé Rose Tangerine

Chloé Rose Tangerine does indeed have Tangerine and Rose perfume notes within the fragrance composition. However, the cedar note in the perfume’s base is equally, if not more dominant.

Initially the fresh Tangerine is light and refreshing, but after a few minutes have passed Chloé Rose Tangerine becomes a light green scent.

Just like Chloé L’Eau, Chloé Rose Tangerine is an Eau de Toilette and so only lasts a few hours at best.

Chloé Eau de Parfum Naturelle

Chloé Parfum Naturelle is the latest release in the range.

This is advertised as a Vegan, 100% natural fragrance which uses recycled material in the packaging and bottle.

Unfortunately, using natural alcohol and ingredients hasn’t created a perfume which lasts. I’d compare Chloé Parfum Naturelle to a rose water. It performs like a light Eau de Toilette and can only really be smelled when you get close up to the skin where it was sprayed.

Considering how expensive Chloé Parfum Naturelle is, I’d recommend sticking with the original Eau de Parfum!

Soki London

Sophie is the perfume enthusiast behind Soki London. She reviews the latest perfumes and entire perfume ranges on her YouTube channel and website.