Yves Rocher has created two unconventional fragrances to perfume his liquid soaps called Tomate-Basilic (Tomato-Basil) and Poivron (Red Pepper). The sweet-gourmand trend is overwhelmingly present on the market and so to see a savory-gourmand trend develop in mass-marketed products is a refreshing concept. One could argue that in some countries tomatoes are not considered to be vegetables but fruits and are eaten with sugar, but within the Mediterranean culture context, these scents evoke lovely kitchen memories.....
There is a green olive and tomato spread at Trader Joe's that I enjoy and I have always thought that it would make a great scent on the savory-fruity side.
In the US, Burt's Bees offers a series of tomato, lettuce, and carrot-scented soaps. If you cannot procure the new Yves Rocher liquid hand soaps, those could be alternatives as they are easily found in places like Whole Foods and now even CVS.
A 400 ml flacon with a pump retails for 4 Euros.
Photo is from Madame Figaro