Maritza No 9 by Countess Maritza was launched in the early 1950s, however, not much information is to be found on this perfume. It was available as eau de parfum, perfume spray, purse spray and spray mist. It was also available in a foursome gift set along with Sonata, Silent Night and White Mist.
So what does it smell like? I am lucky to have a vintage 1950s perfume nip to use for this review. It's a floral fougere fragrance for women. It smells nicer on skin than paper.
- Top notes: aldehydes, lily of the valley, narcissus, carnation
- Heart notes: cloves, cardamom, fern
- Base notes: vanilla, vetiver, patchouli, oakmoss, sandalwood
Fate of the Fragrance:
This was still being sold in 1968. This perfume is discontinued and can be quite rare to find.