The house of Jean d'Aigle was born in 1945 and the colognes have been made for over 70 years using the same process and respecting age old traditions.
Fougere (Fern) Typically classified as a 'masculine' scent, fougere is the one for you if you love a timeless blend, with a scent that is both fresh and woody.
All Jean d'Aigle compositions are mixed with water and alcohol and stirred in the old-fashioned way, before being left to macerate for four weeks, a necessary resting period that allows the essences to fully diffuse.
Jean d'Aigle filter the blends with a machine that dates back to 1945. The filtration is slow, old-fashioned and without ice, which allows the Cologne to retain all its strength and olfactory power. The small deposits that can sometimes be found at the bottom of a bottle are the reflection of a raw and genuine product.
Fruit of the lemon tree, a shrub native to Asia. Light, fresh and tangy smell.
A herbaceous plant whose genus comprises more than 400 species and is native to South Africa. Floral, green and lemony scent.
A wood from India, which was mainly found in Mysore. This sacred wood is used in temples as incense. Warm, woody and waxy smell.
250ml, splash on formula, screw cap and glass bottle.