Introduced in 1972, Aliage was an idea ahead of its time. It was called the sports fragrance, a concept familiar to us now, but absolutely revolutionary at the time. In the seventies, perfume advertising was about ball gowns and glamour, not bicycles and fishing boots. Women were surprised and thrilled by this fresh, cool fragrance and its exuberant, energetic feeling. Fragrance type: green/citrus. Top notes: jasmine, citrus. Middle notes: nutmeg, rose, armoise. Base notes: oak moss, vetiver, cedarwood. 1.7 oz.