Serge Lutens Fleurs d'Oranger - You really must like your orange blossom served straight up with cumin. Lovely white florals - jasmine, orange blossom, tuberose, incredibly sensual. Orange blossom beats tuberose and jasmine in this rock/paper/scissors version of white florals. Fleurs d'Oranger is in the Floral fragrance group.
Reviews of Serge Lutens Fleurs d'Oranger from noses that may or may not sniff like your nose.
from boisdejasmin - "Fleurs d’Oranger is an orange blossom that pretends to be a tuberose. Or perhaps vice versa. Either way, this Serge Lutens composition dispels any illusions about flowers being sheer, pretty and delicate. Fleurs d’Oranger is sultry and opulent and is one of the most dramatic floral compositions, oscillating between the honeyed sweetness of white blossoms and the salty muskiness of sunwarmed skin."
from olfactoriastravels - "Orange blossom is aided by copious amounts of indolic jasmine and fleshy tuberose to produce a hefty white floral, not disappointing those who love a grand entrance. Fleurs d’Oranger lasts forever and a day and its sillage is considerable if not applied most sparingly."
from perfumposse - "Yummy orange blossom. This one is so well-behaved, with just a hint of naughty in it. I think I’ve only written about it once when I did my Orange Blossom perfume post. I know March has been in love with this forever, and this is my one and only earlier review, which I stand by – “fleshy, dense orange blossom, cumin’ed to within an inch of its moral limits just on the open. Hang with it, that cumin plumps the orange blossom up, the armpitty aspects cool off pretty quickly, and it becomes a spectacular, lush, sensuous orange blossom.”
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Serge Lutens Fleurs d'Oranger
||Collection Noire - Floral
||Orange flower blossoms, white jasmine and tuberose from India along with white rose, green notes, musk, cumin and nutmeg
|Country of Origin