What exactly is a Fougère?

Fougère 

(pronounced fu-jer]. The name comes from the French language word for “fern”. Fougère consist always of a citrus top note, lavender flowers at the heart and coumarin, similar to the scent of new-mown hay. Aromatic fougère, a derivative of this class, contains additional notes of herbs, spice and/or wood.

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