Serge Lutens

Fleurs d'Oranger

Eau de Parfum

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Starts off with a blast of orange blossom and jasmine. Positively heavenly! Within 15 minutes, it morphs into floral shampoo. Nice but not what I want to smell like.
By   - Cat Herder from Deep South on 7/22/2018
This is a sexy narcotic easy to wear fragrance. It layers so flawlessly with Ambre Sultan, adds intrigue and lift to Bal a Versailles or Cuir Maureseque. I only wish the opening lasted longer and it settles down rather quickly in its duration. I use it layering more than a standalone. A Southern California vibe. Id give it more stars if it had better longevity.
By   - Author from Phoenix on 3/18/2017
Smells like the horsefly spray we used in the barns before DDT was banned. One drop permeates the entire house almost immediately. A total scrubber for me.
By   - Fraud Analyst from Hanford, CA on 7/4/2016
I agree with others here...this reformulation is devoid of all the originality and complexity found in the previous (original?) version. It is now a shallow, cheap, cloying carbon copy of so many similar ones among the multitudes.
By   - Professor from Waterloo, IA on 1/15/2016
Wow. This is awful. The definition of stink bomb. Perhaps I got a bad batch? This is just straight up cheap, choking, powdery orange flower.
By   - Designer from New York on 6/22/2015
This used to be great, but has obviously been reformulated and no longer has the rich exoticism from the cumin. Now it is a shallow, bright, mediocre orange blossom indistinguishable from so many others. A shame.
By  on 1/30/2015
Although this is primarily a floral fragrance, I also agree it can easily be worn by a man due to the cumin, nutmeg and civet notes. In fact, I think it is most feminine when first sprayed, but as the spices become more apparent after 15 minutes, it is easily a unisex fragrance similar to other great colognes. I'm surprised I don't see more comparisons to Le Labo Oranger. Certainly there are differences, but largely the same genre. Even CdG Cittrico is similar. The lutens rendition is very unique, however, with the spices any heavier indoles.
By   - from NYC on 10/9/2014
Alas, I must be the sour note in the praise. As many people have pointed out in many reviews, Serge Lutens is a love-it-or-hate-it line. For me, Fleurs d'Oranger is nice in the way that you say "She's...nice" about a girl that you don't quite like but don't want to admit why. I don't hate it, but I do think that for Serge Lutens, this is a pedestrian, too sweet, "meh" interpretation of a truly divine flower fragrance. Of course, I mean to say that it is that way on me - on somebody else, it is probably exquisite and deserving of the high praise written here by others.
By   - Office from Boston on 10/6/2014
I'm not sure but maybe I got a bad sample. I did not smell orange blossom at all. The only thing I smelled since I sprayed it 6 hours ago and its the only thing I could smell is a pepper or some type of peppery scent. the scent will no go away and I cant wait to go and change since its been lingering on my blouse all day.
By  on 6/4/2014
Fleurs d'Oranger is absolutely one of the best fragrances centered around orange blossom. It mixes the orange blossom with tuberose which adds a rich, heady and slightly buttery feel along with a subtle note of jasmine (Unlike others, I don't get jasmine as much compared to orange blossom and the tuberose) It's more orange blossom than tuberose and they seem to compliment one another nicely rather than compete with each other. The cumin note is quite noticeable and sometimes teeters on the edge of being a bit too much. Luckily that only lasts a short while and what you get overall its a orange blossom/tuberose solifore spiced with cumin. It's not hard for a man for pull this off as I happily do. Comparable to Houbigant Orangers en Fleurs except the Lutens last longer with better sillage, more masculine and spicy.
By   - Sales from East Detroit on 12/6/2013
Sorry, but I can smell mainly tuberose and jasmine. with a name like 'fleurs d'oranger' I was expecting, well, orange blossom! The orange is hidden, not as the main note. More jasmine and tuberose than anything else. The opening is quite strong, then it becomes lighter and smooth.
By   - from Houston on 7/11/2013
I'm not sure how many perfume samples I ordered from Lucky Scent before I settled on Fleurs d'Oranger as my favorite warm weather perfume. It smells like summer and as soon as I wear it, I feel as if it brightens the air all around me.
By   - writer from NYC on 6/12/2013
I tried this about a month ago and wasn't fond of the coppertone-esque undertone. Tried it again tonight, and YOWZA! This is great stuff. It realy and truly is an orange blossom. I mean, EXACTLY like sticking your nose into a fresh dewy orange blossom on a balmy florida morning. Outstanding in every way. No must, no bo....just smooth, lovely orange blossom.
By   - Mom from Minneapolis on 7/1/2012
The best orange blossom fragrance ever, ever ,ever. I think I will never be without this one . I detect no cumin in this at all . I love Fleurs d'Orange completely. 6 stars. ******
By  on 4/5/2012
Oh man, oh man, oh man! This scent! It's delicate and powerful at the same time. It's intoxicating and makes you a slave to sniffing your own wrist. It smells like sunshine slanting through tress in early spring. It is a fragrance of joy. I often wear this to bed because I find its intoxicating properties are not limited to me alone ;)
By   - Nurse Practitioner from Philadelphia on 11/7/2011
Yes, Monsieur Lutens, your version IS better than the L'Artisan version! AND it lasts much longer. It's also quite nice layered with Les Nereides Douceur de Vanille should you wish for a little warm vanilla love with your orange blossom.
By  on 5/5/2011
Oh, Fleurs. How I love thee. After the cumin flees from this scent, all I smell is delectable orange blossoms with other floral notes. Wonderful!
By   - Writer/Communications Consultant from Seattle, WA on 5/3/2011
After years of searching for a *signature* fragrance, I stumbled upon Fleurs d'Oranger and my search ended. It is a truly magnificient, complex and sophisticated perfume. It develops wonderfully on my skin and the fragrance lingers without cloying the senses. I'm always going to have a bottle of this in stock!
By  on 11/27/2009
I have 2 bottles of L'Artisans LE Fleur D'Oranger. And I prefer this one. SL fragrance is much longer lasting and has way more character then any other Orange Blossom fragrance.
By   - from Long Island, NY on 11/21/2009
One of my top three fragrances! Can't do without this one, it is indeed a masterpiece. If you apply it to fabric it lasts for a good couple of days. This develops so beautifully, the white rose that suddenly appears in the middle of it is breathtaking. And to the reviewer who called this 'musty', I hate musty smells and can pick them up a mile away, there is absolutely nothing musty about Fleur d'Oranger!
By  on 11/7/2009
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