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French Line (1984)
by Révillon

French Line information

Year of Launch1984
Average Rating
(based on 13 votes)

People and companies

PackagingJoel Desgrippes
Parent CompanyCora-Revillon Group

About French Line

French Line is a masculine fragrance by Révillon. The scent was launched in 1984 and the bottle was designed by Joel Desgrippes

Reviews of French Line

The begin is green and fresh, with a bit of basil giving it a bright note. In the drydown oakmoss takes over, assisted by a touch of wood. This is an oakmoss-based fougere in it full beauty. Very good longevity of about five hours, at times over seven hours, with decent projection and sillage. The quality of the components appears very good, without any synthetic hint. A classic oakmoss fragrance.
04th August, 2012
I get cinnamon pepper and spice. Nice blend and many compliments and enquiries. Sadly not in production.
05th January, 2009
A spicy fougere? Chypre? A mix of the two? It's got oakmoss in the drydown and sandalwood as well but it has a very spicy opening that's almost aquatic yet green. A little on the potent side. Decent sillage. Good scent.
27th July, 2008

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