Houbigant Fougère Royale 1882 (2010) {New Fragrance} {Men's Cologne}



If 19th century French writer Guy de Maupassant famously hated the sight of the Eiffel Tower and lamented its existence, he was more open to modernism in fragrance as he equally famously loved Fougère Royale which first made use of synthetic coumarin.  

This year, the house of Houbigant have re-edited the legendary perfume first released in 1882 which was meant to suggest the atmosphere of a forest refreshed by fern. It opened the way to the archetypal genre of masculine fragrances that we know today...


"Fougere Royale

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