L'Artisan Fleur de Carotte was a limited edition fragrance; it is no longer available. A very interesting, green, fresh light scent with everything good from the garden. Okay, it is odd and rooty and kinda - no, really cool. This fragrance was created by Olivia Giacobetti, and launched in 2000.
From Perfume Posse - "baby carrot, cucumber, tarragon, lettuce, apricot, ginger. I burst out laughing the first time I smelled this. Yes, it smells like a carrot and it is gorgeous. If you think of the smell of a carrot in terms of its delicate, vegetal sweetness, and add a bit of green from the garden, and a thin slice of fresh ginger, you’re there."
From Basenotes - "It's a great warm-weather scent and a very original one. I don't know why it was discontinued. Perhaps the carrot concept seemed too risky or too much of a one-note. I find it glows in a warm refulgence of healthy happiness. I don't believe that I smell like a salad bar, but I think that this odor while being true to carroty-greenness, has some mysterious overtones that add to the intrigue."
More information and L'Artisan reviews can be found at:
|Perfume Name||L'Artisan Fleur de Carotte|
|Year Introduced||2000 (discontinued)|
|Strength||Eau de toilette, edt|
|Notes||Baby carrot, cucumber, tarragon, lettuce, apricot and ginger|
|Country of Origin||France|