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Lavande Ombree Au Pays de la Fleur d’Oranger for men

Lavande Ombree Au Pays de la Fleur d’Oranger for men
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Lavande Ombree by Au Pays de la Fleur d’Oranger is a Aromatic Fougere fragrance for men. Lavande Ombree was launched in 2013. The nose behind this fragrance is Jean-Claude Gigodot. Top notes are lavender and bergamot; middle notes are cinnamon, rose and cedar; base notes are amber, patchouli, leather and musk.

Perfume rating: 4.13 out of 5 with 36 votes.

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Lavender Bergamot

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Cinnamon Rose Cedar

Base Notes
Amber Patchouli Leather Musk

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Lavande Ombree Fragrance Reviews


Today was the day I returned back to my new homeland after an emotionally tumultuous four days with old friends and long forgotten dreams - it was a difficult place to be as I wanted to stay in my old life while the new one called me to return....I think that's as close to limbo as one can get while still alive. I chose to fragrance this perplexing day with another one of my decants - Lavande Ombree.

This scent, much like its similarly tempered brother, Bergamote Boisee, is an austere one with a hint of a warm and sweet side. Over the last year or so, I have grown incredibly fond of lavender in perfumery - when done right, it exhibits a warm woodiness and vanillic undertone that blends beautifully with the herbal aspect of lavender...however, I didn't sense much of this gorgeous note in this fume. It actually starts with an alluring cumin and cedar accord with a hint of crisp, medicinal lavender on a backdrop of ambered leather. Again, the floral notes (rose is listed) are really hard for my nose to tease out and the musk takes its time to reveal itself with a reemerging lavender note. The cinnamon might have been used to accentuate the dustiness of the leather - it's hard to tell. In spite of the serious looking notes, there is a warm, sweet aspect to the fume that is much like Bergamote Boisee's honeyed oakmoss but resembles more of a honeyed leather this time around. It's a very grounding fume that might just help make it through some of the storms of life - or a formal event or two!

100 Days - Day 4: The Return
Listening to: Meghan Trainor - Like I'm Gonna Lose You


الحقيقه عطر كلاسيكي اروماتيك ليذري جميل وصف اللافندر باسولب جميل وغير مزجع بجانب الليذر مما اعطى العطر تلك اللمسة الجلدية الكلاسيكية الروجولية الجميلة في عطور الجلود في فترة الثمانينات وماقبل الجلود ذات الطابع البرتولي ساحاول ان اضع تقرير مفصل قدر الامكان عن هذا العطر الجميل.


This fragrance is rich. Starts off with luxurious lavender and morphs into the most comfortable rich smooth leather jacket imaginable. Not to strong and not to weak. I recommend it highly.


it's a cologne type Lavander & leather scent. the scent of an aristocratic elegant masculine man (in his late 20s) of the 1800+ era, the man who shaves his face using that old razor, wearing that french tight costume and infatuates ladies unconsciously & not intending to do so.

it's a great blend, lavender, leather, bergamot, patchouli, and cedar. simple but inspiring.


Very, very good. The only thing that keeps Lavande Ombree from being great is that it isn't anything you haven't smelled before ... at least, for awhile.

I tried a sample. To my nose this smells like a more linear version of the original Burberrys For Men (1981). If you like that heavy, manly type of fragrance this will be right up your alley. Longevity? You bet. Sillage? Good. Herbally potent. I do catch a bit of the leather that another reviewer mentioned; but thankfully, zero fecal, at least in my sample.

This is a quality, retro-type of fragrance that is nonetheless timeless. I would try before buying because of the price, but I do think this is worth the going rate. Nothing else on the market that I have yet smelled will take you back to those "non-obnoxious powerhouse" days while still being very much in the present day.

Maybe that quality alone elevates Lavande Ombree to greatness.


Considering that I do not love lavender, this fragrance might be a good place to start to change your mind: a beginning of lavender and bergamot, then hints of cinnamon and rose; then again lavender. Base notes I still can precepire lavander along with leather notes. My opinion does not change. Appreciable but not lovable.


I get spiced lavender and soap. This is for the guy, who is in the friend zone. He rides a blue Vespa while wearing white jeans and a leather jacket. Perfect for the south of France.


Lavande Ombree is a well-blended aromatic leather fragrance. Opening with earthy lavender rather than crisp and bright.

As the fragrance develops, a subtle haze of cinnamon adds a little soft depth without too much heat. Wood notes then start to show with cedar bringing in its dry sun-parched facet.

All the while leather is the star of Lavande Ombree--smooth, rich and supple. Finishing with a complementary dry down of hints of clean patchouli, culminating into a unisex woody leather fragrance with a soft, dry, arid vapor.


This fragrance opens with a nice lavender, which is almost immediately obliterated by a huge birch tar note. For almost an hour all I smell is lavender and overwhelming leather notes. After an hour or so the juice finally begins to soften a bit and you can smell the patch quite strongly and the musk adds an almost fecal note. The faint rose and spice notes do not really seem to fit with the other elements. I would find this juice very unpleasant on a man or a woman. If you are a really 'in your face' leather scent lover this may be for you, but this fragrance is definitely not for me. Sillage is strong and longevity is good.


Love this scent from top note to base. I've worn it for several days now. The top is very similar to the dry down of Guerlain's Vetiver, even though the somewhat peppery lavender remains distinct throughout. it's not listed in the notes, but I get a nutmeg accord--maybe the leather and amber are mingling that way with the cinnamon. I find the musk almost undetectable, as with their fig fragrance. The manufacturer lists this as a man's fragrance, and despite the lavender it's definitrly not girlish--but as a woman who wears a lot of unisex scents I find it very nice on my skin. It's long lasting and has enough sillage to be noticeable to people you walk past, but if you're not in motion or you're well into the dry down it should be fine in an office setting.


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