Just recently I was lucky enough to win a twitter competition hosted by Roger & Gallet and I won a bottle of their new Gingembre Rouge eau fraiche. Until I found and followed them on twitter I'd never heard of the brand but Roger & Gallet was actually founded many years ago in 1892. Their roots lie in a Parisian perfume apothecary and they pride themselves on using rare natural ingredients to create traditional and luxurious fine fragrance.
Gingembre Rouge was inspired by a trip to Zanzibar; this is a spicy fragrance with notes of ginger (obviously), pomegranate and mandarin. For me, this is a mature take on a fruity fragrance. The bottle is really simple and it seems that they have tried to stick to tradition with a modern twist. Roger & Gallet are actually stocked in various places both on the high street and online; if you want to try some of their products in person then Marks & Spencer is the place to be. Their 30ml bottles are very reasonably priced at £16.00 and you can also buy soap and body care products in each of the fragrances. Roger & Gallet definitely seem to aim their products at a more mature audience so if you're looking for something a bit different for a family then Roger & Gallet might be a good place to start!