Roger & Gallet Gingembre Rouge

Roger & Gallet was founded many years ago in 1892. Their roots lie in a Parisian perfume apothecary and this is so apparent in the design of their branding and bottles. 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!

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