Orangers en Fleurs

Eau de Parfum

100ml $200 $150
0.7ml sample $4
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Big, synthetic, drugstore-smelling fragrance. The orange blossom is there, but is overpowered by alcohol and sneezy, synthetic smelling florals. Has a sour smell. I wish I could get it off my wrist!
By   - farmer from Asheville on 10/17/2015
This smells like a very old-fashioned eau de cologne...Yardley? Bourbon French? Coty? It's a wonderful fragrance for nostalgia, but not something I would ever wear.
By  on 7/13/2014
I don't consider this scent to be an orange blossom perfume - to me, it is a lovely sweet bouquet, but orange blossom is not necessarily the star. The initial application of this scent was a blast of creamy tuberose, which surprised me, as I was expecting the crisp brightness of orange blossom. A few minutes later, I am picking out other sweet floral notes such as jasmine and ylang. The rose and orange blossom are harmonizing with one another so much that they are almost like a single note, and they serve to balance the sweetness of the opening. There was also a gorgeous green note in the opening that seemed to amp suddenly and then fade again after a few moments. I had to look up eau de brouts, and learned that it is related to the distillation of petitgrain - it is a fraction of the distillation of sprouts from the bitter orange tree. It is described as having a green note. It is a lovely counterbalance to the sweetness. As the scent dries down further, it becomes a sweet white musk. It is not exactly stunningly unique, but it is simple and pretty.
By   - Biotech from Providence, RI on 6/11/2014
If you love orange blossoms, you will love Houbigant's take on orange blosssoms. This shows the great scent house's return to the luxury fragrance market. A rich orange blossom with jasmine with a touch of wood at the bottom. If you enjoy Serge Lutens' Fleurs d'Oranger, a sample of this is in order as it does not have the cumin that some dislike in the Lutens. Be warned, though, that the cap of this beautiful scent in the eau de parfum is sadly made of cheap plastic. The scent bottle harkens back to the early 20th century, and I expected at least a cap made of glass.
By  on 6/16/2013
Houbigant Orangers en Fleurs reminds me of the story of the three bears, every orange blossom scent I've tried has been either too 'this' or too 'that', but THIS one is 'just right'! Not too indolic, not too soapy, not too sweet, just gorgeous down bed of orange blossom perfection, I sink into it often. Perfect sillage and great longevity, who could ask for more?
By   - Designer from Northern Rockies on 6/13/2013
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