The very first Hermès cologne was created by Françoise Caron in 1979. It was initially called Eau de cologne Hermès, before being renamed Eau d'orange verte in 1997. Now known as an icon, it stands out for its vivid green freshness.
The Eau d'orange verte cologne combines vibrant orange with fresh mint and woody notes of moss.
The iconic lantern bottle is adorned with a deep green. On the orange box, a vividly contrasting band resembles the color of the bottle.
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Bottle with removable pump.
The founding cologne, created by Françoise Caron in 1979 and inspired by the smell of undergrowth moist with morning dew, Eau d'orange verte has since asserted itself as an emblem of Hermès, standing out by its distinctive freshness. Conceived as an explosion of citrus notes, orange plays the principal role supported by zest and leaves, lemon, mandarin, mint and blackcurrant bud. The fragrance reveals its complexity in a unique sillage composed of oak moss and patchouli.