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Feuille Verte Creed for women and men

Feuille Verte Creed for women and men
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Feuille Verte ("Green Leaf") by Creed is a Chypre Floral fragrance for men. This fragrance is a celebration of the country life of Olivier CREED in Fontainebleau, France.

The fragrance recalls green leaves after the rain, new mown grass and freshly turned earth, with notes of mandarin, lime, oakmoss, vanilla, Bulgarian rose and jasmine absolute.

Originally released in 2006, the fragrance had a gala re-release in the United States in 2011, with only 350 of the 250 ml decanters made available. Feuille Verte was created by Olivier Creed Sixth Generation and Erwin Creed Seventh Generation.

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Lime Mandarin Orange

Middle Notes
Vanilla Oakmoss Bulgarian Rose

Base Notes
Jasmine

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Feuille Verte Fragrance Reviews

tennis3040
tennis3040

Just received yesterday.reminds me of a walk in the leaves with your loved one on an overcast day. A little blast when you apply.longevity poor but what creed isnt. Don't buy it for longevity buy it because it puts you like most creeds the captain of the ship. Enjoy it's the real deal.

May
29
2014
houzi
houzi

I happened to wear Feuilles Vertes to an art exhibition a couple of weeks ago, and it turned out to be a brilliant companion for the occasion. It has a quiet aura that helps put the mind in a thoughtful mode.

The scent is pretty linear on me. There's some dusty citrus in the opening, nothing too zesty, and some floral whispers later on, but oakmoss is an indisputable hero of this story from start to finish. It may seem monotonous, even boring, but I never perceive it as such, because I like shifting my focus between its superficially similar facets - the earthy and grounded, the green and intellectual and the woody and calming one. It does start leaning masculine eventually, but it's perfect this way and I really like it on myself.

I recognise jasmine amongst the floral undertones once the short-lived citrus opening has waned, rose is much harder for me to detect, but the result is a discreet and elegant floral undercurrent that smoothens the fragrance.

I'm a big fan of the perfume's earthy facet. It reminds me a little of the smell of a dusty dirt road in the summer, the bit where the open grass fields change into dark green woods.

It's a handsome, unfussy perfume, one that would rather complement the look, like a tailored cotton shirt, or a neat dress, instead of calling attention to itself. Very well-crafted but short-lived: I get only three or four hours from it.

Apr
28
2014
eastcoastguy128
eastcoastguy128

I am quite a fan of Creed and that's why it's with a heavy heart that I have to write a not so excited verdict for one of their perfumes.

I find almost all other Creed fragrances to be very nuanced, with multiple notes that dance around, and create a symphony that changes over time. Most other Creeds remind me of exotic places or suggest a mood. Sadly, I feel that this perfume is like "Original Vetiver" on steroids. They are both dominated by a strong "green" note. The one in Vetiver is milder, sweeter, and more pleasant, while the one in Feuilles Vertes is more dry and disagreeable. This "green" is in my opinion most likely synthetic and does produce a disagreeable "bugspray" note as mentioned on basenotes which I also experienced when applied to test paper-so I recommend testing on your skin instead. Another reviewer on basenotes compared this to a paper towel smell. Perhaps it is dihydromercenol. I believe there is a component that is also included in Chevrefeuille but it's much better executed in that perfume. The best description I have seen is a green Acier Aluminum.

The drydown about three hours later becomes pleasing.

It might be my particular nose-I may be less sensitive to florals once this green fragrance hits me, but another explanation might be batch variations and the fact that I bought this as a leather wrapped atomizer at Bergdorf. If the very limited re-release in 2013 was from the 2011 batch, it's possible that the floral notes evaporated out of the atomizer by this point. I am not sure if I will gamble on a flacon.

Dec
07
2013
jhitt793
jhitt793

I consider this a unique take on a modern chypre, with a bright citrus and floral opening. Bulgarian rose and lime accord create a stunning balance, offering a delicate masculinity. This soon gives way to a creamy vanilla and earthy oakmoss in the dry down. Subtle hints of fragrant jasmine pierce through, imparting the fragrance with a sweet and exotic scent. Obviously this is not for every man, as most will find the floral notes too feminine. Respectively, this is perfect for the modern, refined gentleman who can appreciate the finer things in life. Olivier Creed has created something very special here. (69)

Aug
23
2013
gregmech26
gregmech26

This is the epitome of old man in a bottle. I couldn't wait fast enough to scrub it off.

Nov
24
2011
Scentrist
Scentrist

Just acquired one of the limited edition flacons, and I must say this is truly astounding! This isn't a fragrance you would wear every day, but one I'd save for worthwhile occasions. You won't smell like everyone else, and it's a total winner for anyone who enjoys green fragrances -- this is a very elegantly stated green with the right amounts of jasmine, citrus and a dash of vanilla to balance it all out.

Very classically Creed, finished well, definite Creed signature notes. I'd dare suggest that if you like Green Irish Tweed, you'll adore Feuille Verte. Classic in all senses of the word -- this is one they got absolutely right.

Bravo!

Nov
03
2011

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Feuille Verte by Creed 4.21 out of 5 based on 26 ratings and 6 user reviews

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