FOUGÈRE OLFACTORY FAMILY
This olfactory family is based on the use of the coumarin accord (a synthetic molecule first identified in Tonka bean and Lavender essential oil) with lavender and oak moss. Term born in 1882 with the launch of Fougère Royale by the French house Houbigant.
Fougère, translated from French means Fern, which, although lacking odor, conveys the herbal predisposition of the fragrance.
Many men’s fragrances belong to this olfactory family, which is characterized by its strong herbaceous and woody aroma.
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