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Fleurs de Citronnier Serge Lutens for women and men

Fleurs de Citronnier Serge Lutens for women and men
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Serge Lutens celebrates spring with Fleurs de Citronnier (lemon blossom). This perfume belongs to oriental olfactive group and it expands our knowledge about it by its freshness and gentleness. Lutens has used only rare materials of high quality, as always. Lemon blossom is dominant, of course, and can be found in the top and middle notes. It is accompanied by petitgrain, neroli, white honey (favourite to Lutens). The base incorporates iris, several sorts of musk and styrax resin.

Fleurs de Citronnier can be used by men, as well. The perfume was created by Christopher Sheldrake in 2004.

Perfume Pyramid

Top Notes
Lemon Blossom Petitgrain Nutmeg

Middle Notes
Neroli Tuberose Honey

Base Notes
Musk iris Styrax

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Fleurs de Citronnier Fragrance Reviews

highmaintenancegirl
highmaintenancegirl

Pure bliss and summer in a bottle! The drydown is truly wonderful, comforting and delicate, slightly powdery, luminous, radiant and shimmering ... it is classified as an oriental fresh citrus, to me I feel this is citrus for those who don't really like that olfactory category.

Fleurs de Citronnier is my favorite Serge Lutens fragrance right now AND it's back in the regular Lutens line, bought my bottle from Luckyscent.

May
25
2016
Eaugirlspirit
Eaugirlspirit

Well, I have been wearing Fleurs de Citronnier all week since I got it in the mail, and I am so happy with this blind buy! I am so excited to be reveling in the house of Serge Lutens.

Upon first spray I get a real live orange blossom with some honeyed powder. This effect reminds me of Chanel No 5 Eau Premiere and Jean Paul Gaultier Classique eau de toilette. The comparisons are real to my nose. I wasn't expecting the honeyed powder as much because there are so many comparisons of this with live lemon blossoms, but I don't mind it. I can still smell those gorgeous lemon blossoms.

The iris, honey, musk and styrax really ground the composition of light white florals and give it longevity, which is fantastic. I have worn it a handful of times, and each time I wear it, it behaves differently on my skin. Sometimes I get more of a honey and musk drydown, and other times I get a more talcum powdery soapiness. And even once I could have sworn I got a ton of ambery jasmine which reminded me of TM Alien!!!

Keep in mind we have been having 30-40 degree F temperatures despite it being April. This behaves just fine in the cold.

I am excited to try his other offerings because a house like this is so sophisticated and the perfumes are made with natural ingredients and unfold in layers on your skin, unlike a lot of the designer fragrances out there right now. Maybe someday I will return to Paris (I've only been once in my life) and buy a bell jar!

Apr
09
2016
ayh210
ayh210

Opens with a burst of citrus but quickly transitions to a soft musky warm honied white flower. Delectable but just for a while, then on drydown, the styrax and iris turn a bit toooooo sweet for my taste.

low sillage / longevity - 3-4 hours

5/10

Jan
27
2016
Wendy.Kroy
Wendy.Kroy

This is the exact scent you get when playing with the leaves of a lemon tree. Lovely.

To me, totally unisex. Would be really elegant on a man.

Longevity is good, lasts all day on me, and sillage is moderate, but can get a bit cloying if oversprayed.

Dec
21
2015
arya1900
arya1900

شروعش بوی حشره کش ها و در بهترین حالت بوی خوشبوکننده های هوا رو میده ، کاملا گل‌ی و تند و تیز
بعد که میگذره و یکم ثبات پیدا میکنه بوش کپی بوی صابون های سادهء با رایحه گل میشه
من برحسب عادت یکم زیاد از حد بوش کردم بار اول، بوی تیزش تمامِ بینی و مغزم رو پر کرد و تجربه جالبی نشد
ماندگاری‌ش هم که ضعیفه
واقعیتش من خیلی وقته دنبال عطری هستم که بوی صابون های قدیمی نیوآ و... رو بده و یکی دو بار اون بو رو بازم شنیدم اما متاسفانه نفهمیدم که چه کسی اون ادکلن رو زده بود که اسمش رو بپرسم .، توی صفحه مربوط به این عطر تو این سایت دیدم از بوی صابونی این عطر تعریف کردن و با خودم گفتم شاید این همون بو رو بده و به همین خاطر یه سمپل ازش خریدم، ولی برخلاف تصوری که داشتم یه چیز تو مایه های صابون گلنار یا پرطلایی نصیبم شد :/
امتیازی که با ارفاق بهش میدم 3/10 یا 4/10 بخاطر نت عسل که وسطای کار به بعد عطر رو بهتر و قابل تحمل میکنه
یه بوهای مشخصی تو حافظه من از چند تا عطر فوق العاده که قبلاها شنیدم باقی مونده که هیچوقت فکر نکنم بفهمم اسم اون عطرها چی بوده
شاید اگه یه عطر فروشی با سه هزارتا عطر مختلف داشتم میتونستم پیداشون کنم!

Sep
06
2015
pansylady
pansylady

This is a brisk lemon blossom scent, perfectly unisex- in fact, especially in the early/mid phases, it leans more towards the guy end of the spectrum, imho-

It gets softer and soapier in its later phases, and as with all of Serge's scents, longevity and potency are above average.

I wouldn't be the least bit concerned about wearing it, iman-

Aug
16
2015
iman_hamishe_payiz
iman_hamishe_payiz

Unpicked Flowers: When the Name Delivers

About 20-odd years ago when I was 5 or 6, there was a garden beside our house,in springs my ma and I went there and gathered flowers of نارنج (bitter orange) that we call بهار(spring!) that had fallen on the grass, my ma made jam out of them.
The garden was razed when I was about 20 and now there is only asphalt and houses.
The moment that I applied this perfume,the garden was resurrected,alive and vivid, bitter orange trees, unpicked fallen flowers, ma and me gathering them.
If you see me now I'm that guy that hauls a mirage of نارنجستان in spring around him with a mother and a kid in it, when you pass him by you smell Fleurs de Citronnier.

In the cultural context that I am in there are clear-cut gender lines and this perfume is considered feminine without any shade. But I use it anyway,
B-)

kudos to Christopher Sheldrake for this splendid creation

Jul
27
2015
fostermd
fostermd

Plain and simple those who say that this smells synthetic or artificial do not know what lemon blossom smells like. When the lemon trees are in blossom in my green houses this is EXACTLY what it smells like, and my lemon trees are not fake. There might be tuberose in there somewhere but again if you think you can smell it clearly I seriously doubt you really know what natural living tuberose smells like because I grow it and am very familiar with it and I do not smell it at all clearly in this, however I'm sure if S.L. says it's there, it's there contributing something but it is not something that flashes out at you. Throughout the drydown white musk can be clearly smelled adding a sexy warmth.

For those of you who say a man can't pull this off. Why not? It is quite close to a classic cologne, the most original unisex perfume variety of all. In fact colognes are so well accepted as being suitable by men that uneducated people who do not know better incorrectly call ALL perfumes marketed mainly for men, cologne.

Also it might surprise some of you that there are some of us men out there who have enough class and sophistication to pull off wearing florals and no, this does NOT make us feminine because we don't want to smell fresh and sporty or reek like a locker room, so really this is a great shared perfume that truly smells like the fresh living blossom of a lemon tree. A fragrance that both men and women should wear and enjoy like that of all flowers as I have yet to see any flower intended to be worn only by women or only by men so why does the perfume industry try to do this?

Jul
03
2015
lafindesiecle
lafindesiecle

This is an intensely weird one on me, and I still can't figure it out. I'm only 1-2 hrs into it, but it started out as such an intense real floral - the slightly-dirty smell of citrus blossoms and honeysuckle and jasmine, a smell that took me staggeringly back to a few specific late nights in the hollywood hills in a glamorous friend's beautiful backyard years ago, surrounded by flowers and citrus trees. i am not a floral girl, particularly white florals, but the first whiff of this on my skin blew me away. echoing everyone else who got honeysuckle here - this smells VERY much like that to me, i suspect from the combination of florals and honey and musk.

but twenty minutes later, pure porta-potty. 'indolic' is an understatement here - depending on your mindset and skin, this is a beautiful, wearable fresh citric floral, or it smells like stale piss and old diaper. but once the porta-potty air freshener moment calms down, it returns again into a contradictorily fresh floral combined with a dirty musk. even in the moments where i found this repulsive, i liked it -- i can't imagine any time that i'd wear it, but i respect it. i think.

sillage is HUGE on me, one daub from a vial on the back of my hand absolutely surrounded me in scent.

May
14
2015
kl99
kl99

It should be called Fleur de Musk or even better Fleur de Musc Ravageur.
The drydown really recall that Malle one.

Very moving fragrance.
from the first spray to the drydown: an ocean. Well in some way.

A lemony flowery cottony better to say woolly animal musc tres chic bit 60s 70s.
Pleasant elegant well done... not so refreshing As the name suggest.

May
05
2015
Karenin
Karenin

“Fleurs de Citronnier” is my second encounter with a Serge Lutens fragrance, the first one being the marvellous “Arabie”. The two perfumes are like chalk and cheese. While “Arabie” is a dense, spicy-syrupy olfactory reconstruction of an Arab market, “Fleurs de Citronnier” centres on white flowers (lemon blossom, to be more precise) soaked in honey and resting on a soft musky base. The presence of honey is key to the entire composition as it prevents it from falling into the banality of “yet another white flower perfume”. The interesting thing I've noticed is that, on my skin, the intensity of the honey note varies considerably. Sometimes it becomes rather pronounced and, as a result, the fragrance adopts a slightly heavier, if not oriental, air; at other times it settles for the role of a complementary note to the aroma of the lemon blossom. So far, so good. Unfortunately, “Fleurs de Citronnier” loses much of its oomph in the drydown due to the emergence of musk. I'd be quite contented with some proper animalic musk as I believe such a note could have taken the fragrance in a whole new direction. No such luck! The musk in this fragrance is of the obnoxious and currently omnipresent (super)clean, laundry kind.

I'd recommend “Fleurs de Citronnier” to anyone who's into relatively safe, soapy, white flower perfumes. Even though it's far from a dull scent, I'd have found it a lot more intriguing had the base provided at least a hint of a twist of some sort. Not bad, but not something to shout about either.

Oct
05
2014
Old Biddy
Old Biddy

First time for everything & I did it all at once! First time blind buy, first time FB of SL, and first time buying online from this vendor (*The Perfume Shoppe* aka TPS in Vancouver — great selection BTW). And !!THANK YOU, NAZ at TPS!! for holding my hand through it all.

Scent is very pleasant. Light, but has depth. Discreet sillage. Reminds me of sun-dried laundry, fresh & still warm off the clothesline. Seriously debating getting a 2nd FB already.

Aug
05
2014
Tigerlillian
Tigerlillian

Quite simply, this is such a pretty, yet elegant perfume. It's a beautiful balance between flowers and citrus with some smooth, woody notes.

Opening with a little bitter, green, woody, orange petitgrain, Fleurs de Citronnier immediately commands interest. Then neroli is introduced with clean, sharp floral cologne-like refreshment.

A touch of tuberose adds some 'green' rich floral, then lemon blossom starts to bloom. Waxy and rich, the scent is intoxicating in the most fresh and natural way.

Iris and musk lend an airy quality that feels quite cozy, diffusing the waxiness before it becomes too soapy. Honey gives the perfect drop of sweetness that really tricks the nose into believing that you are sniffing delicately sweet nectar from the blossoms.

The nutmeg and styrax add an effortless polish and soft grounding base to this graceful, fresh floral. Easily worn with a summer dress or as a warming ray of sunshine on a gloomy fall day.

Fleurs de Citronnier is one of my favorite Serge Lutens I have sampled so far and decidedly full-bottle worthy.

Jul
08
2014
Lana148
Lana148

This scent resembles blossoming orange-lemon trees. You get sweet-zingy bloom plus bitter smell of foliage and tree bark. Opens a bit harsh but gets more smooth and delicate after few minutes. I think citrus floral lovers will appreciate this offering very much.

Jul
03
2014
StellaDiverFlynn
StellaDiverFlynn

Fleurs de Citronnier starts extremely soapy on my skin, almost pungent, with a big dose of indolic lemon blossom and green petitgrain. I also get quite a lot of tuberose towards the 2-hour mark, when the soapy aspect is subdued. The tuberose here does share some similarities with Tubéreuse Criminelle.

As Fleurs de Citronnier settles, the soapy aspect is significantly tempered. But the association with soap still resides in my mind while sniffing my hand, as if I have just washed it with soap. At the same time, the sweet honey helps to mellow the fragrance, makes me feel that my hand is washed, cleaned, moisturized and cared by a luxury scented soap.

The sillage is moderate at the beginning, the remains close to the skin after about 2 hours. After 5 hours, the scent becomes more creamy and still lingers on the skin. However, it's so discret that if I don't look for it, I can hardly detect it. I do wish it lasted longer on my skin. Nonetheless, it's still a lovely and wearable, clean, green-floral fragrance. That being said, it's not a safe blind buy in my opinion as the opening is very soapy.

Nov
12
2013
missk
missk

Serge Lutens' Fleurs de Citronnier is positively the prettiest lemon blossom scent I have ever smelt. In true niche style this is a fragrance of outstanding quality.

Fleurs de Citronnier is a soapy, citrusy and sweet floral. The honey note is fairly dominant on my skin, with the neroli providing an interesting greenness. It's a very feminine scent, one that will more than likely appeal to lovers of Fleurs d'Oranger or A La Nuit, also by Serge Lutens.

Fleurs de Citronnier is rather persistent on the skin, with good projection also. It's not a particularly well-known fragrance, which is surprising. I consider it one of Serge Lutens' more wearable scents.

The drydown is really creamy and delectable with a touch of iris, tuberose and musk. I am more than impressed with this fragrance's development. With Spring now in full swing on my side of the globe, I will be turning to Fleurs de Citronnier a lot this month.

If you ever happen to stumble upon a bottle of Fleurs de Citronnier and you have the opportunity to test it, please do, you will not regret it.

Sep
07
2013
Odenir De Faria
Odenir De Faria

Sheer beauty! From the beginning to the end.

The composition of Fleurs de Citronnier is marvelously refined. Nothing seems to be over its natural measure. Something that Jean-Claude Ellena would have made, but Sheldrake happened to imagine it first.

It really seems the lemon blossoms, in a huge quantity, are right in front of you, in your face. And that sensation and smell last so strongly you will not believe.

After a while it turns to a smooth and tender floral-citrus song with spicy echoes leading you to a sort of inner garden. When I child, I used to smell the citrus' blossoms in our backyard. It was so soothing and magical.

Fleurs de Citronnier really enchanted and dazzled me.

I highly recommend it.

Aug
24
2013
PricklyAndHot
PricklyAndHot

This fragrance smells almost the same like Fleurs d'Oranger, only more quiet. Rich indolic citron blossom scent.

Actually, I prefer Fleurs d'Oranger to it, because it's more delightful in the orange way and impressive.

But both of them smell truly natural.

Apr
19
2013
Beautymist
Beautymist

Beautiful scent. I love the work of nose Christopher Sheldrake for the Serge Lutens house., especially in "Tubéreuse Criminelle".

"Fleurs de citronnier" starts with a lot of citrusy zing and faint white florals, it is innocent and lovely. Then i get a lot of old soap, soap as it used to be made. Finally the tuberose settles in, and i get a lighter "Tubéreuse Criminelle".

I was curious as to what Sheldrake would come up to in a neroli/citrus fragrance, as i love his more sensuous creations such as "tubéreuse criminelle", "un lys" and "iris silver mist". The result is a very wearable daylight citrus that is soft and feminine.

Dec
15
2012
LuluSaintly
LuluSaintly

I absolutely love this fragrance and find it deeply comforting. I bought it on the strength of a reviewer who said that she kept detecting a beautiful smell when she wore it and then realised it was herself. And I'm glad I ignored Turin, who disses it as weak and pointless. I think this frag is delicious. It's like wearing a lemon meringue pie. VERY sweet orange blossom, but clean and powdery, not at all indolic. Very very pretty rather than sexy. It stays very close to the skin, makes me feel yummy and like I'm dressed in rose silk underwear. I don't see how a man could wear this at all, though - to me it seems an entirely feminine fragrance.

Dec
02
2012
Osrockoo
Osrockoo

dont get stuck in the note description, this is a soapy lemony amber bomb, its cozy sensual, enjoy this more than sharp citrus lemon scents if youre a girl who likes chloe chloe give this a shot, fil en aiguille also. this is definite romantic tender lemony and in a world of its own of my favorite lutens scents

Nov
26
2012
chokovany
chokovany

Very musky, haunting perfume .
Awesome base notes. Glamorous in summer.
Want it again.

Aug
26
2012
Arome Sara
Arome Sara

Who would expect something like a lemon in Light Blue, would be badly mistaken. The beginning is really lemon - so bitter that I almost smell it in his mouth and shaking after a while I feel that this is a toilet freshener which added a bit of pine scent, I'd say it's just a lot of Chypre but this one really takes everything just moment, because they do not expect either moving out and the smell completely away and begins těžknout flowers and clearly I feel that I personally nahnilost evoke a bit - probably tuberose and gardenia, anyway, these scents for me I always on the edge, so wait a while and now I feel really this soap rinsed well, somewhere in the background a little flower, but otherwise remained the only really old soap, lemon blossom anywhere. So rather smell affects me a lot of old-fashioned, a lot of soap and a little stale I would not want to smell like that.

Jul
21
2012
emily7
emily7

A shocking and a bit artificial smelling lemony opening quickly settles into soft, musky, distinctly feminine lemon blossom/neroli fragrance that remains linear, yet cozy until the drydown.
All the individual notes are recognizable - there's a slight whiff of tuberose, iris and honey - making this composition more thick and less sharp/green which is characteristic of many orange blossom/neroli-based fragrances.
I cannot honestly say that (blindfolded) I would recognize this as SL creation - it smells atypically accessible.
Still, I feel that - after using several bottles of D&G Sicily and Sicilian Zagara colognes - I finally found the perfect new summer fragrance; clean white and intoxicating yellow, golden sunny, juicy, laid back and optimistic. Yay!

Jul
04
2012
jasonx
jasonx

This one smells strikingly similar to the hard to find La Cologne Fleur du Male by Gaultier.
The opening of La Cologne Fleur du Male is more watery, citrus-y and more artificial but after the opening fades the sweet, creamy, baby-powdery scent is really similar to Fleurs de Citronnier

May
11
2012
spumyland
spumyland

non trovo appetitoso l'aroma dei fiori d'arancio per i dolci,...sulla pelle rende decisamente meglio.detto questo:
si riconosce che e' un Lutens.
e' mixato bene.e' comunque senza eccessi o strane evoluzioni.
non annoia,e' piu' adatto di giorno con il bel tempo.
ha un buon sillage e lunga durata,e' al 90 % femminile e dolce.
paragonando: se hai gia' una seconda casa in montagna questa potrebbe diventare la terza al mare ma' con l'imu in arrivo non credo sia il caso...
nonostante non ami le fragranze agrumate il mio giudizio personale e' comunque positivo.

May
04
2012
New Yorker_90
New Yorker_90

This is the most nauseating scent. It gave me a headache within a minute of spraying it on my wrist. Even after washing it with water the smell stayed on for hours. Horrible! It reminded me of the smell of my grandmother's old purse...

Apr
04
2012
fanny
fanny

And we continue in Praise of the Lutens/Sheldrake Combination: this is a true and sophisticated victory of something as seemingly small as a citrus flower.

Is it sharp? No, it is sweet!
Is it simple? Maybe, but courageously so!
Does it rock? Mais oui, mon chéri!

My deepest thanks and obligation to Les Deux.

Mar
10
2012
scentedrat
scentedrat

I cracked up reading the above reviews of how disgusting this scent is---naturally, that means it will smell good on me! I get something completely different--honeysuckle! It smells really nice on me--light and flowery, with no noticeable citrus. I definitely get the tuberose, but it doesn't overwhelm me as it so often does when it's prominent. This one really works on me as a warm-weather scent.

edit: March 26, 2016. I just bought a new sample of this, and still love it. It doesn't remind me of honeysuckle on me as much, though, but more like a real orange blossom. Sweet but not sharp, and almost a skin scent on me. Someone said "honeyed neroli", which sounds right to me. Very soft with little sillage. Fortunately, I don't get the artificial air freshener (or worse!!) that others have. I like dabbing it on and not sure I'd want the strength of a spray. That can change everything!

Nov
07
2011
Majesty
Majesty

Fleurs de Citronnier smells like lemon pie on my skin!Slightly gourmand maybe because of musk note,a bit sweet as time passes..I couldn't detect tuberose,lemon blossom is too prominent!I really enjoyed it,despite wearing it during cold weather.It can be extremely wearable all year round.The drydown is a combination of neroli,musky notes and lemon blossom.which again reminds me of lemon pie!There's a similarity to Penhaligon's Castile with the only difference that Castile is a bit more soapy and not so creamy.Lasting power is a average,sillage is low though.

Nov
07
2011
sin5409
sin5409

totally agree with jackoatmon, this smells like cheap car air freshener & nauseating...luckily i only got a tester, but every time i want to give it one more try i regret very much...

Jun
16
2011
JackOatmon
JackOatmon

Top notes include Cheap Car Air Freshener and Pinesol. The scent then dries down into a lemon-extract/dusty upholstry/stomach bile accord, before settling into lemon-flavoured flu medicine for the extreme drydown.

Why any humans would ever voluntarily wear this vile concoction is beyond my comprehension. It is the most synthetic and nauseating fragrance I have smelled.

Feb
27
2011
tessture
tessture

Orange blossoms in a creamy base that smells in the end like orange blossom hand lotion. Nice, but sort of unexciting. Remarkably straight forward for Serge Lutens, who tends to blend very complex symphonies. Worth a try for orange blossom lovers.

Jan
13
2011
njdeb
njdeb

This starts as a warm, honeyed neroli, which surprised me given neroli's typically radiant, green-floral, almost bitter aroma. There is also something unexpectedly chypre-like about this perfume in the initial stages (not quite sure where this comes from).

The drydown is decidedly powdery and musky, but not to the point where the neroli scent is lost. I find some similarities in this to Prada's Infusion d'Iris, which I think has a similar gentle, elegant character.

All in all, this is a really lovely perfume – perfect for daytime, but I prefer my neroli a little more on the fresh and biting side.

Jul
22
2010
Malegria
Malegria

Though the blooming citrus note is very clear, there is something in it that smells like a rotten orange - slightly nauseating.The base is better then the beginning, in my opinion - still the flowers and the musky undertones but without that particular note. I am still not sure if I like it or not!

Oct
09
2009
imgcas
imgcas

This scent brings me memories of my childhood in my hometown, Murcia (Spain), when I used to go with my grandfather to the park to feed the doves. Murcia is a city in the south-east of Spain and, in spring, the scent of lemon trees and orange trees is everywhere.
I think Fleurs de citronnier is more about orange flowers than lemon tree flowers, and it's cologny in a good sense. I don't get tuberose at all.
One of the most beautiful Serge Lutens scents. Superb!

Jan
19
2009

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