Pierre Guillaume Paris, Parfumerie Generale

Jardins de Kerylos

Eau de Toilette

Jardins de Kerylos Sizes Available:
50ml $120 $80
0.7ml sample $4
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Here's what other people are saying about Jardins de Kerylos...
The first time I wore this, I kept absentmindedly wondering why my laundry detergent was smelling so noticeable and so nice, and then remembering I'd used the free sample I had received with my previous Lucky Scent order. This was that sample! It's the nicest, greenest smelling fig I've ever tried, without the milk or coconut others have noted in Premier Figuier or Philosykos. It must be the musk base that reminds me of laundry, in the very best possible way. Full bottle worthy.
By   - Philanthropy from Omaha on 2/17/2016
Fig in all its glory. As mentioned elsewhere, the first notes capture the full tree experience, and then settle into a pleasant green floral with a nice dryness that avoids the room-filling qualities of, say, a fig-candle scent. Not particularly sturdy, but as a summer scent this would be a sophisticated and very wearable choice.
By   - editor from Seattle on 1/1/2016
I was introduced to fig scents via Dyptique and while I still love Philosykos, this interpretation is transportive. On my skin the cold green notes warm and take on a lush floral quality. It's true that the staying power is not strong but I may make this purchase anyways because of how beautifully it sits on me from the first spray to its' last embers.
By   - designer from providence on 8/21/2014
I guess I like my figs sweet - this is far too bitter for me. The dryness of it just makes it smell "off" on my skin. Sounded great from the description, but just not appealing in the least.
By  on 6/27/2011
Ooh. Fig. This is a really wonderful mostly-wet fig. Has very green, wet opening notes that dry up a bit. I found a slightly resiny note. It is not quite as wet and creamy as Phyloskyos, but is quite like it intially. I has much better longevity than Phlyoskyos. It really challenges it for my first choice of figs. If I could only have one? Hmm. difficult choice. I might chose JdK. I'd rather have about a gallon of each to play with all summer long.
By   - Stylist from South of San Francisco on 4/4/2011
great green fig, if you can forget about Ichnusa which is twice the price, but I can't. Ichnusa, why are you so expensive?
By   - from chi on 2/9/2011
I have given away every expensive fragrance I've purchased in the past 2 years. I really can't stand perfume unless it's clean and uncomplicated and this sample I purchased is going to be a purchase as soon as i finish this post. I love love love this. Staying power is not that great but who cares. Just buy it. It's beautiful.
By   - fashion retail from washington crossing on 9/30/2009
OMG...I'm amazed there aren't more comments about this. This is just amazing - THE best fig fragrance in my opinion, and my absolute holy grail summer scent, love at first sniff. It's so incredibly beautiful - soft, refined, smooth and sophisticated. It's very refreshing and has a cooling effect in the summer heat, literally like being in the shade of fig trees. It's so well-blended that I have trouble picking out the separate notes, but to me this is luscious, juicy figs, surrounded by fresh greenery and summer air. It's extremely well-rounded - not too green like L'Artisan's Premier Figue, not too coconuty (Philosykos), not too woody (Satellite's A la Figue), just fresh and fruity and perfect. It's the scent of vacation, transporting you to the Mediterranean coast, it makes me feel like I'm at a villa resort somewhere on Cote D'Azur, lounging under some fig trees. Simply gorgeous. The only downside - not much staying power, but the beauty of the scent makes up for it.
By  on 3/1/2009
This is one of the nicest fig scents out there, in my opinion. It is not too sweet (I find L'artisan and Dyptique to be pretty cloying), yet it is not as dry as Heeley (which I find powdery and somewhat sterile after just a few moments of application). My main complaint about this is the staying power, which is weak, especially in comparison to my Holy Grail of fig perfumes: Il Profumum's Ichnusa.
By   - teacher from Syracuse, NY on 8/12/2008
I really liked this fig scent - better than Philosykos. It's less coconuty and a little sweeter/prettier. A little more floral version of fig. Staying power is not the best.
By   - from Richmond Hill, Canada on 9/16/2007
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