L’Artisan Parfumeur Premier Figuier Perfume Review

Created in 1994 by Olivia Giacobetti for L’Artisan Parfumeur, Premier Figuier is said to be the first fig themed fragrance ever created, hence its name “The First Fig Tree” (translated into English). In this Eau de Toilette, the green notes of the fig leaves makes for a fresh beginning to an uplifting fragrance. Not citrus fresh, but a young fruit fresh, think green figs hanging from its branches. As the fragrance develops, you can start to smell a blend of fig with milk of almond, sandalwood, and coconut which dries down to sweet woody-floral-musk finish that is creamy and buttery, like a sweet custard. This is a versatile fragrance that can be worn all year around. I especially enjoy Premier Figuier during the colder winter months as it offers a welcoming and warm embrace.

Imagine lying beneath a fig tree in the South of France; the air is hot, the scent of green leaves, sap, stalks, woods, sticky fruit. This is Premier Figuier.

TOP NOTES: Fig Tree Leaves, Gorse Bush Flowers
MIDDLE NOTES: Almond Milk, Figs, Sandalwood
BASE NOTES: Coconut Milk, Dried Fruit Notes, Stone Pine

Shop L’Artisan Parfumeur Premier Figuier at Etiket
RRP: $145 (Canadian)
Availability: In-store and online. Complimentary shipping across Canada.

If you would like to sample Premier Figuier, try the L’Artisan Parfumeur Discovery Set: The perfect opportunity to discover the iconic fragrances of L’Artisan Parfumeur. The box set includes four 7ml vaporiser tubes: Mûre et Musc (EDT), La Chasse aux Papillons (EDT), Premier Figuier (EDT) and Nuit de Tubéreuse (EDP).

 

Natalie Cola, 
The Etiket Insider, Beauty Editor

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