Yves Rocher will launch a new masculine fragrance in France in May of 2008 called Comme Une Evidence Homme. It is the men's counterpart to Comme Une Evidence, which is the number-one selling perfume line in France, according to the Yves Rocher press release.
The perfume was composed by Antoine Maisondieu from Givaudan and is described as a woodsy, spicy, and floral scent which is "refined, subtle, and simple all at the same time.".....
The Eau de Toilette offers top notes of bergamot, mandarin, and cypress. Heart notes unfold on a "rosy floral facet", black pepper, nutmeg, and cardamom. Base notes are patchouli, Gaïac wood (the Bulnesia Sarmenti varietal), and cedar wood.
The rosy note is presented as a quote from the feminine version of Comme Une Evidence. The scent is said to contain a significant proportion of natural essences.
The 75 ml bottle designed by Federico Restrepo will retail for 34, 50 €.