Hermes Concentre D'Orange Verte was inspired by the smell of undergrowth moist with morning dew. The fragrance is a refreshing citrus/wood blend cologne that was created by Françoise Caron in 1979. Conceived as an explosion of citrus notes, orange plays the principal role supported by zest and leaves, lemon, mandarin, mint, and blackcurrant bud. The fragrance reveals its complexity in a unique sillage composed of oak moss and patchouli.
from makeupalley - "I just bought a bottle of this as a birthday gift for my brother. I think it's such a classy scent. Unlike so many masculine fragrances, which are heavy and domineering, this is fresh and subtle with a lovely citrus aroma."
from influenster - "The Hermes Eau d'orange very is an essential scent for any perfume collection the scent is exploding with citrus smells such as lemon and mandarin but I can also smell mint and a berry of some sort which creates a complicated elegant smell."