by Ruebennase on Feb 20, 2017
Truly unisex fragrance. My wife wears this, and I sometimes steal a spray or two. Very nice notes of citrus, mango, vegetables and florals. Although this has a variety of floral notes in it (lotus, hiacynth, peony, iris), it does not create an overly floral effect IMHO. Very well blended and refined. Effortless and safe, but not boring at all. Recommended!
by Tara on Feb 20, 2017
Love this scent!!
A Standout Among Herbals
by KE on Feb 14, 2017
This is interesting! This fragrance, while still being unisex, is probably the most feminine herbal perfume I've ever smelled. The juiciness and floral nature of this scent make it a real standout in the genre. If you're interested in herbal fragrances that are feminine or unisex, you should definitely try this one!
Un Jardin Sur Le Nil
by Tatyana on Feb 13, 2017
It's pleasantly citrusy in the beginning but then it transforms into a wet grass smell that I don't like.
by JX on Nov 23, 2016
Fresh, juicy grapefruit all along. Very unique and refreshing for the summer. One of my favorites.
by Jason on Nov 10, 2015
This smells just so natural like you just cut up a bunch of fruits and veggies and the aroma just fills the room. This is definitely unisex and best worn in the spring/summer. Very fresh and green.
by Nazia on May 30, 2015
I really like the opening of this, it smells so weird! It smells like Tropicana Farmstand fruit/vegetable juice blends. Which is so strange, but oddly refreshing, with carrot and tomato. Unfortunately, after about an hour or two, the heart arrives, and it's a sharp musk with maybe some grapefruit? I don't really like this phase, possibly because it reminds me of a very cheap body spray I had sometime as a teenager. I don't want my perfume to smell like cheap body spray!
The drydown is much nicer, less of the unpleasant sharpness and more of a smooth musk. I will say that this has good sillage/longevity for a fresh type of fragrance.
A Delicious Spring and Summer Fragrance
by Corinne on Sep 9, 2014
I was curious to try this scent after reading about its creation by Jean-Claude Ellena in Chandler Burr's book, "The Perfect Scent: A Year Inside the Perfume Industry in Paris and New York." I was not disappointed, and this has become my new favorite warm-weather fragrance. It starts with a juicy burst of citrus and mango, but unlike many citrus-focused eau de colognes, is balanced with lovely spring florals and intriguing wafts of incense.
by Mario on Apr 7, 2014
amazing scent! the mango is to die for. spectacular!
another great unisex frag. by Hermes
by Jeffrey on Mar 23, 2014
This frag. smells nice. It's almost a cross between "Un jardin apres la mousson" and "Voyage d'hermes" by Hermes. It has this aromatic/pungeant quality in the scent. The citrus(grapefruit)note is only observed in the top note when the perfume is first applied. After the wetness of the perfume dries, it's gone or blends in with other notes. A nice refreshing scent with no sweetness to it to wear for those warm to hot days in Spring and Summer. I will keep this one in mind for the future.
by lls on Mar 3, 2014
There's an interesting note that I've seen described as both green mango and tomato; it's sour, but somehow in a good way. Lovely and refreshing on a hot day. I've docked it one point for poor longevity. For a less challenging version of this, try Tocca Cleopatra.
mild and green
by VerbenaLuvvr on Jul 12, 2013
Does not come off as fruity AT ALL to me. An "ok" fragrance but nothing that I would bother wearing again, too mild and nondescript. A mild, green, watery floral.