Fig Tree has notes that represent the tree's leaves, fruit, and wood; it opens with the very green leaves, then moves into the creamy fruity notes in the perfume's heart, then evolves in the drydown as the woods emerge. Notes include green fig, cedar, creamy lactones, vanilla, tonka, and musk. Although it's a great scent for summer, it's also nice during the transition seasons of fall and spring, and it can offer a welcome reminder of summer anytime of year.
Photo shows the 34 ml bottle. To purchase, please visit the Mixed Media Collection page.
Release Notes: Released October 2011.
Perfumer's Comments: Many fig scents have strong coconut notes from the creamy lactones that are often used in fig accords. In Fig Tree, I chose to minimize the coconut rather than to accentuate it. I envisioned a perfume that would evoke the various aspects of a fig tree in summer, with green, fruity, creamy, and woodsy notes.
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