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L'Homme de Coeur (2002)
by Divine


L'Homme de Coeur information

Year of Launch2002
AvailabilityIn Production
Average Rating
(based on 162 votes)

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PerfumerYann Vasnier

About L'Homme de Coeur

L'Homme de Coeur is a masculine fragrance by Divine. The scent was launched in 2002 and the fragrance was created by perfumer Yann Vasnier

L'Homme de Coeur fragrance notes

Reviews of L'Homme de Coeur

Quite a pleasant and beautiful scent...A tangy fresh green , slightly woody/ herby iris sitting on a plank of wood...not a big fan of iris fragrances , but i really like how this smells...strrikes me as a very inoffensive fragrance that is perfectly suited for all ocassions...smells smooth and sophisticated and has aspects of both the mens cologne and barbershop schools of seems rather hard to come up with flower fragrances that most men would feel comfortable wearing , but I don't think any guy would have any issues with pulling this one off...
24th April, 2018
A fresh and spicy green floral with nice dark woody undertones. The floral is a wonderful Iris note that does not have that "lipstick" scent that you experience with other Iris-based fragrances. Definitely not a linear fragrance.

L'homme de Coeur (The Heart of Man) is a very nice masculine EDP that, in my opinion, can be worn year-round for any occasion.

Projection is arm's length. Longevity for myself was about 10 hours.

A solid 10/10.

Note: It is exclusively being sold by Luckyscent.
02nd July, 2017
Fantastic pure iris tone.
07th December, 2016
A nice, masculine Iris scent without too much projection. It's nice to have a soft scent like this available to wear if you're going to be in a room with people right away, although some other Iris scents work for that too, I'm thinking of 28 La Pausa, although this one from Divine is more masculine.

I have nothing bad to say when I bury my nose into it, although maybe it's a little forgettable. It could be my own loss, though, if I forget this one.

Great smell. Arguably too faint.
19th January, 2015
Genre: Floral

An iris scent for men that’s modern without being trite, Divine’s L’Homme de Coeur is exactly what Dior Homme should have been. After a brief citrus fanfare L’Homme de Coeur reveals a creamy, smooth iris that reminds me a bit of Maurice Roucel’s Iris Silver Mist for Serge Lutens. In this case the iris is spiked with a dab of lively juniper – a very clever touch that offsets and lightens the velvety texture of the iris. L’Homme de Coeur’s iris rests on a foundation of lightly sweetened crisp woods that keeps what could have been an overly thick scent surprisingly clear and buoyant.

None of this projects too much, so L’Homme de Coeur works mostly as a skin scent on me. It sweetens gradually as I wear it, but always remains quite cool, drying down after three or four hours to a soft woody (cypress?) and vanilla base. This is a very dignified and discreet scent that would be easy to wear on almost any occasion. It’s not sexy or romantic, but it’s very, very civilized. L’Homme de Coeur belongs beside Iris Bleu Gris, Iris Poudre, and Iris Silver Mist in the upper echelon of iris fragrances.
19th June, 2014
Turin gives this four stars and calls it a "woody iris." On me it begins soft and powdery, but with a slight edge, reminding me a bit of a slightly musty attic - this must be the angelica. The iris heart is pleasant and the base notes support it without overpowering it. The ambergris adds the smallest amount of sweetness to the dry down.

A very pleasant scent, but not striking enough to earn a thumbs up.
12th May, 2014

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