About this Note
Pronounced fu-jer, is the name of a family (or concept) of perfumes that are characterised by an accord composed of an herbal heart (typically lavender flowers), coumarin (similar to the scent of new-mown hay) and oakmoss.
Derived from the French language word for "fern", it is a metaphor for the cooling shade of the forest.
Aromatic fougère, a derivative of this class, contains additional notes of herbs, spice and/or wood. A citrus top note is usually added for freshness and it is common to see some vanilla added at the base.
Oriental Fougère is also a popular sub family where Fougère is paired with warm, spicy and resinous ingredients.
A classic and adaptable note originally designed for females but long the most popular style for men. Powerful, fresh and long-lasting, Fougère will go well with almost any other note.
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