Figue Fruitée sample

By Au Pays de la Fleur d'Oranger

  • If there's one note that niche perfume fans love but mainstream perfume fans rarely get to experience, it is fig. The fruit can take on many different personalities, and in this interpretation from French house Au Pays de la Fleur d'Oranger, fig is at its best: green, slightly sweet, woodsy, and with just a touch of its signature creaminess. Fig lovers, this might be your signature scent. Fig newbies, prepare to wonder where fig has been all your life. Notes include fig, grapefruit, lime, greens, cedar, musk, leather, and candied notes. 
  • Born in the fields of bitter orange and centifolia trees, the Roux family has been a pillar of the Grasse perfume industry for generations. Antoine Roux's grandfather was flower commissioner to Grasse perfume factories. Today, Virginie and Antoine Roux have created a line of perfumes that links their heritage with their present passion, featuring the flowers that still cover their ancestral home of Provence. Figue Fruitée was created in cooperation with nose Jean-Claude Gigodot. For more information, visit   
  • Figue Fruitée, like all of the scents in the Les Inédits collection from Au Pays de la Fleur d'Oranger, is inspired by the flowers and trees of the Roux family's ancestral land in Grasse. 

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