Un Jardin en Méditerranée (2003)
    by Hermès

    Un Jardin en Méditerranée Fragrance notes

    Fig Woods and Leaves, Orange Blossom, Bergamot, White Oleander

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    germanomio's avatar
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    Oh! Hermès what have you done ?
    you ruined one of your most interesting fragrance : the reformulation smells cheap fig and very light in comparison of what it was
    very sad

    24 November, 2013

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    Kampus Kop
    United States United States

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    This is one of my favorites ... and I really like it. Whether of not it suggests a Mediterranean garden or not is a matter of personal opinion, but to me there is a whiff of figs, citrus fruits, herbs and oleander flowers. I find it very subtle and elegant, complex and not at all synthetic or crass. It is not too floral for a man to wear - at least not one who is confident in his masculinity - and it is soft and refined. A gorgeous scent for morning, afternoon, or evening and one that compliments your best business suit, dress shirt and favorite necktie.

    14 November, 2013

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    Olfactory Stefani

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    Smells like a Westin hotel. Which isn't bad but is that what they were going for??

    11th May, 2013

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    Justin Case

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    Starts off with a lot of lemon leaf and some fig. This does create a nice mediterranean garden-like feeling, but then a harsh skin note emerges that reminds me of old deodorant.

    But my biggest beef with this fragrance is the dry down. It dries down to a completely different fragrance altogether, neither resembling fig nor citrus. It reminds me of anise seed but whatever it is, it will not remind anyone of a mediterranean garden.

    30th April, 2013

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    I love this perfume. The smell of fig is predominant on my skin. It starts hiding behind citrus smells and a hint of jasmine and then becomes stronger and muskier. It does not last long on my skin though, which is a pity. For me, it is true to its name since I get the smells of my mediterranean summers spent in south peloponnese. It is clean, radiant summery. It is a fragrance of a mood and season not sex-related. I recommend it to both men and women during bright summers.

    25 January, 2013

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    My wife and I are both wearing this fragrance. Aptly named! There are aquatic notes, and a soapy background. What comes through though, is the the garden. If you have ever grown a garden with tomatoes and herbs, you know how this smells already. A mouth-watering combo of earth, herbs, spices, and dark green for the chef in you.

    21st October, 2012

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