The kinds of fern that grow in the forest produce no scent. Rather, this name comes from a historic perfume considered as the "perfect evocation of undergrowth," which ultimately gave its name to an entire olfactory family. Fougère, or 'fern', fragrances traditionally have an aromatic top note (lavender, sage...), a pink heart (geranium, rose...) and a base of oak moss and notes of coumarin. While they might, at times, evoke shaving products, fougères have been a great olfactory signature for men's fragrances since the 19th century.
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