Orangers En Fleurs by Houbigant Perfume.
Native to Asia and first introduced to the Mediterranean Basin in the ninth century, the orange tree has long inspired perfumers with its intoxicating, multifaceted aromas. Translated from the French as "Orange Trees in Blossom", Orangers en Fleurs combines several distinct ingredients derived from this delectable citrus: bittersweet and brisk Neroli from its flowers, Eau de Brouts and Petitgrain from the stems and tender bark, and fruit-laden essential
oils from the oranges themselves. The top notes of are evanescent with volatile citrus blossom, Egyptian jasmine absolute and rose absolute. This bright opening is softened by a floral heart of tuberose, Ylang Comores and nutmeg, which blends smoothly into a lingering base of musk and silky cedar wood.
Founded in 1775, The House of Houbigant is the only perfume house to have been creating fragrances for four centuries. From humble beginnings in a small shop in rue du Faubourg Saint-Honore, Jean-Francois Houbigant's perfumes soon became widely popular among seventeenth-and eighteenth-century European royals.