Not for me
On me the balsam and pine notes were overwhelming with hardly any hint of spice or wood notes.
If you like an almost 'fresh' fragrance then this is the one to try.
Well before “niche fragrance” meant anything to anyone, L’Artisan Parfumeur were doing their own thing. With over forty years in the business of fine fragrance, L’Artisan Parfumeur believe absolutely in the power of quality and wearability. Sometimes, an excellent reputation is all the advertisement you need.
A brand well-loved by fragrance connoisseurs, they have a track record of causing revolutions in the perfume world. The first known fig fragrance was a signature creation of L’Artisan’s founder, French chemist Jean Laporte. This fragrance was Premier Figuier, which remains to this day a classic for those who love the sunshine warmth of fresh figs, and is still one of the best-sellers from L’Artisan Parfumeur. In the early seventies, L’Artisan also designed a new form of home fragrance in the form of the amber ball, which filled a room with the sweet smell of ambergris over years.
A tireless adventurer, L’Artisan Parfumeur fragrances are inspired and informed by travels all over the world. With a knack for making the astonishing wearable and inviting, L’Artisan always start with a single idea and approach it with complete freedom. This process ensures that L’Artisan Parfumeur fragrances are always unique. A stand out brand, particularly in a world so full of mass-market copycat fragrances.