Summary: I got a bottle of this when it first came out and remember finding it to have a very harsh, detergent-like orange note that I couldn't get past. So I got rid of it. Recently I discovered that the scent of a shaving soap I like is modeled after Terre d'Hermes.
Summary: Just got this and wow it's good. I first smelt it last year and it reminded me of the dentist office, don't know why. Boy I was wrong. It is fantastic smell, a bit sophisticated, a bit down to earth, warm and chilled out...
Summary: To me this smells like straight luxury. It's for a man 30+ so I can't really wear it but it smells amazing. The name fits it perfectly, it smells like earth. I imagine picking oranges somewhere in the French countryside when I smell this. Really nice spring/summer fragrance.
Summary: If you stripped me of all of my perfumes and my husbands perfumes (all of which I have given him) this and gucci pour homme 1 would be the only ones i would keep for him. And it would be one that I would have to keep for myself to wear and smell.
Excerpt: I usually wear CdG, from the Incense range, CdG Black, or Architect. I recently married, and it was suggested that my scent should perhaps not longer be so avant-garde. <br /><br />I was an early adopter of Terre, many years ago.
Pros: Complicated, Draws Compliments, Great Smell, Great Value, Spicy