Demeter Prune by Demeter Cologne. Demeter Prune shows all the complex beauty inside its single note.
Make no mistake – your average plum is delicious in its own right, but it’s not used to make prunes. These delicious treats actually come from dried French plums grown in Agen, located in southwestern France along the Garonne River. The drying process deepens these deep purple fruits’ aroma and flavor. This unisex fruity gourmand fragrance’s prune note releases a combination of waxy, honeyed,
rum, acidic and leather tones.
Demeter Fragrance Library started in 1993, created by perfumer Christopher Brosius and business partner Christopher Gable. The brand launched its first scents in 1996 – Tomato, Grass and Dirt – and has produced nearly 400 scents in its almost 30-year history. The company’s U.S. arm is headquartered in Great Neck, New York. In 2015, it launched its European division called The Library of Fragrance. Now part of Freedom Marketing Group, the company produces its scents in Pennsylvania.