Fragrance Notes -
Fig tree leaves, wood, white cedar
One of the best fig scents ever made and one of our favorite scents of all time, now even stronger and more compelling. This ode to the fig groves of Greece is still a very green fig – a fig just on the verge of being ripe. The opening is sharp with the tart freshness of the leaves, and then the fig itself comes into play – sweet enough to tantalize, but not overwhelm. The glossy green leaves and succulent fruit intertwine with a dry wood note and a hint of rich earth.
You get the sense not only of the whole tree, but the whole grove – the wood, the earth, the sky, the Mediterranean sun coaxing the sweetness of the fruit along as it ripens. Many a superlative has been used to describe this fragrance over the years and it deserves every one. Outstanding.