19-69 Christopher Eau de Parfum is a unisex spicy perfume. The 19-69 Christopher Street perfume is a celebration of the beginning of gay pride. The keywords for the fragrance are enigmatic, sensual and gourmand. The olfactory notes include Black Pepper, Cumin and Myrrh Absolute. Located on Christopher Street in New York was the Stonewall Inn, a shady bar frequented by drag queens and outcasts. It was known as a place of perdition that society railed and warned you of. The area became the birthplace of the Stonewall Uprising, one of the most significant social turning points of 1969. As stated in the New York Sunday News: "Raid on the gay nest. The queen bees, however, reacted". Before the uprising on Christopher Street you were never out of the closet. Now you can't and you don't want to hide anymore. Truly enigmatic, it combines sensual notes of leather with gourmet hits of black pepper and cumin. To top it off, a base of woody goodness keeps things nostalgic. All 19-69 fragrances are suitable for any gender.
Top Notes: Saffron, Black Pepper
Heart Notes: Indonesian patchouli, cumin
Base Notes: Myrrh Absolute, Castoreum Reproduction, Papyrus Wood, Cade Wood