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The word "Fougère" is French for fern and is derived from a fragrance created by Houbigant called "Fouler Royale", which was the first Fougere fragrance. The Fougère family group features a base of lavender, oakmoss and coumarin and is usually characterised by its distinct herbaceous and woody scent. The Fougère Familiengruppe is a typical trait of many male fragrances. Typical materials used for Fougère perfumes are coumarin, lavender and oakmoss.