Los Angeles, CA 90014, 818 S. Broadway St. #801
Perfumes & Colognes Reviews

Coniferous Perfumes

Are you looking for a coniferous perfume? A fragrance that smells like fir, juniper, or pine tree? Something fresh, woodsy, mossy. These 8 fragrances will certainly transfer you to the evergreen forests:

Fille en Aiguilles by Serge Lutens

Woody, resinous and aromatic: it’s an intense fragrance with a softer dry down. A fascinating mix of both warm and cold notes which include pine needles, vetiver, dried fruits, incense and spices.

Norne by Slumberhouse

A very realistic resemblance of a humid, dark, mysterious conifer forest. Fir and incense spiced up with clove, anise, cumin and other spices.

Forest Walk by Sonoma Scent Studio

This perfume’s name speaks for itself: it’s surely a walk in the woods experience. Earthy, damp woody and mossy fragrance with a hint of florals.

Fou d`Absinthe by L Artisan Parfumeur

A beautiful green fougere scent: woodsy, spicy, aromatic and smoky. The most noticeable notes are pine, fir balsam, incense, and a mix of spices (anise, cloves, ginger, nutmeg, black pepper). Herbal greens are also there – angelica and wormwood give it a bit of bitterness.

Comme des Garcons Series 3 Incense: Zagorsk

A unique take on incense fragrance: not overly smoky, more of a clean and fresh scent. It has a pine, Hinoki-cypress, woody and herbal opening and a gentle, yet long-lasting carroty drydown. It’s a dark, cold and melancholic scent, and no wonder why: this perfume is supposed to replicate the snowy wintery landscapes of Russian Orthodox monasteries in the city of Zagorsk.

Fraser Fir by Demeter

As it says, it is a Fraser Fir: a green, cold and crisp, Christmas tree scent.

Pino Silvestre Original

Mediterrainan mounatains pine woods in a bottle (that also has a shape of a cone). Very green and herbal with the most prominent notes of pine and basil and some citrusy lemon freshness.

Agua Brava by Antonio Puig

A truly classic pine scent. Fresh bright citruses and pine with a mix of aromatic herbs (sage, clove, thyme, bay leaf).

Leave a Reply

  1. user0496

    Thanks for the article