Creed perfume is actually a joint creation of two, father and son who are well-known perfumers. Yes Oliver and Irwin Creed serve as noses behind this perfume. So what it means to be in the perfume industry, too, and where they took the inspiration for this perfume that many men enjoy using, here's some information. What is even in the perfume industry In fact the nose in the perfume industry is the creator of the perfume. What does it mean to be though? Well, it's usually a trait inherited in the family and there are quite a few "families" of perfume makers. Although the Creed family is very special. So what is the most common feature that is supposed to flaunt your nose. Well, it's mainly about his ability to detect odors. If we as average people are able to detect at most five to six different odors in a row. After all, even the perfume industry can detect more than 6,000 different scents. Furthermore, he is also able to remember them clearly so that he can tell the difference between one scent and another. Oliver and Irwin Creed, therefore, belong to such a family. But this family's history suggests that from 1760 onwards, from the founding of their family business by Master Profimer Henry James Creed to the present, 250 years later it is still working in the field of perfumery. During these years, this home served ten different royal houses, and is one of the ten oldest family businesses in the world. Creed perfume - the source of inspiration The inspiration for this perfume was drawn by Napoleon family members. Indeed Perfume Creed was inspired by one of the most controversial people in history, who, despite its small dimensions, managed to cast its huge mark on European history for many years even after leaving the arena. Napoleon's size did not stop him from seducing women, and among them was also someone who later married him, a beautiful Josephine. This is probably why the perfume bottle is decorated with a masculine silver embossment something of a horse and rider, which is a tribute to Napoleon Bonaparte. The Aventus Creed can be characterized by a fruity scent, it is slightly sweet but combined with the smell of smoking and trees. Whoever puts it on the skin first feels the scent of the orange then the scents of bergamot, fox grapes, pineapple and apple are wrapped around it. These alternating notes, however, quickly give way to the aroma of spruce, the smell of patchouli, the rose and the Moroccan jasmine. Finally, the musk smell, oak honil and ambergris left on the skin for a long time. The result is a pleasant, strong scent that remains on the body over time. Many men testified that this perfume had a strong presence, and those who first smelled it made quite a few cheers when they put it down. This is perhaps why Creed perfume is considered the king of men's perfume.