Serge Lutens Fleurs De Citronnier
I’m most likely the last person in the world to review Serge Lutens Fleurs De Citronnier, but when I was at Barneys the worlds nicest SA gave me a sample so here we are.
Serge Lutens Fleurs De Citronnier was created in 2004 and done by Chris Sheldrake,Serge Lutens Fleurs De Citronnier is likely the most wearable, least assaultive scent in Lutens export line. The opening is a simple, sharp citrus and a lovely, slightly soapy neroli. The eponymous lemon blossom is there, faintly tinged with tuberose and finally joined my musk. It would be a lovely linen shift of a scent that I’m sure would be heaven on a hot day (like the one we’re having today) if there wasn’t something a little overbearing about it for me: the neroli and the lemon blossoms seem amped up. It’s a linen shift in Hot Pink when I was looking for one in more in tea rose.
$120 for 50ML at, well, you know where.
My sample was from Barneys. Serge Lutens Fleurs De Citronnier sample available at Surrender to Chance