Lily-Rose Depp for Chanel No. 5 L’Eau.
[Chanel perfumer Olivier] Polge says he bears sustainability practices in mind “more than ever” when creating perfume. In the fields, there is the specific regeneration of bulbs – kept from one year to another (for tuberose, specifically), maintaining the water source with a specific irrigation system, while consumption is constantly monitored. In the Chanel factories, where essential oils are extracted via gentle steam distillation, sustainable energy sources are prioritised and monitored.
— Read more at From flower to fragrance: the craftsmanship of a Chanel perfume at Harper's Bazaar.
Chapter 26 of Inside Chanel: the men.
So you could get the Coromandel in Extrait for $240, or for the same price, you can have the Les Eaux de Chanel set at Nordstrom: "A limited-edition set featuring three travel sizes of LES EAUX DE CHANEL scents, elegantly packaged in a signature pouch with scenic postcards." With 50 ml each Paris-Deauville, Paris-Venise and Paris-Biarritz.
Chanel has released Coromandel in Extrait ("...the COROMANDEL fragrance is reinterpreted with the Parfum...Composed by In-House Perfumer Creator Olivier Polge, this spirited scent features a heightened Musk note for added warmth and fullness, while swirls of Frankincense and Andalusian Labdanum convey a deep Amber note with smoky accents."), and you can snap up the 15 ml bottle for $240, OR, for just $9760 more, you can have the coffret: "...this exquisite coffret showcases the unique craftsmanship of two CHANEL Maisons d’art: Goossens, goldsmith-jeweler since 1950, and Lesage, embroiderer since 1858. Nestled at the heart of the box is the COROMANDEL Parfum — elegantly presented in a collectible Baccarat crystal bottle — and a precious jeweled piece handcrafted by Maison Goossens. The coffret is lined with iconic CHANEL tweed woven by Maison Lesage. Limited to only 9 pieces in the United States."