Courtesan Perfume by Worth, Courtesan is an oriental vanilla fragrance for women that was launched by Worth in 2006. This perfume was created by Pierre Bourdon. It has fruity and spicy top notes of cinnamon, cardamom, clove, pineapple, red berries, and bergamot. Its floral middle notes feature orange blossom, jasmine, rose, and magnolia. Its delicious base notes consist of sandalwood, peach, caramel, raspberry, cacao, dark chocolate, amber, vanilla, and musk. This fragrance has moderate sillage and moderate longevity. Worth is a couture fashion house that was founded in the 1850s by Charles Frederick Worth. He began the trend of sewing labels into garments. When worth passed away in 1895, his sons took over the business, and the house’s first collection was released in 1936. The company was one of the first fashion brands to release perfumes. Its first fragrance was launched in 1924. Many fragrances have been released since then, and the high standards set by the founder have been maintained.