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Deep within the orchard you crush a fig underfoot; the ripe, heady scent mingles with the milky sap of the trees, fruit peeping out from clusters of glossy leaves.

Overhead, you can see a sliver of starry night through the leafy canopy, a sky dark as blackberry juice.

Poem by Rawaan Alkhatib

Wild Figs

The Scent

The dark, decadent promise of rich fruits—from figs to brambleberries—waiting on the table for you to devour them, and all their juicy goodness.


Perfect for adding a touch of sophisticated mystery to a bedroom, or wherever takes your fancy.

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The Memories

“A really fresh, ripe wild fig is a totally different experience. It's rich, fragrant, complex and so delicious. I like to make myself a decadent treat of fresh figs, ricotta, blackberries drizzled with honey and topped with cracked pistachios. Indulgent heaven.”

“I was in Turkey, in a small town in the area called Antalya province, when I took a turn down a street that appeared to be a dead end. I continued, and discovered a small orchard of fig trees and an old lady selling them fresh off the branch. The smell of a fig takes me back to that perfect place.”

Key Notes

Wild Figs: A complex scent combining ripe fruitiness, milky sweetness and green bitterness.

Fig Leaves: Green, slightly bitter note, with a unique scent that brings to mind earth dust, shadow and foliage.

Rockrose (Labdanum): A tangy but shy fruity note with a hint of cat smell, adds a little sparkle.

Blackcurrant: Berry fruit with a rich, tannic feel, also providing a touch of honey-ness.

Blackberry: Deep, powerful, leathery and ambery note derived from the rockrose.

Hawthorn: This hazy floral, when combined with the fruity notes, adds a sensual facet to the scent.

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