Yuzu Rouge was created for Parfums Zero Six Cent-Trente by perfumer Raphael Haury, and the fragrance notes are yuzu, grapefruit, bergamot, cardamom, cassis, verbena, rose, nutmeg, amber, moss, and musk.
Yuzu Rouge starts as a sparkling citrus rose scent with a hint of cassis, and it is essentially linear, so it pretty much stays that way while it lasts. The rose not nearly as pronounced as it is in Parfums de Rosine Un Zeste de Rose.
Some time ago I was told that Yuzu Rouge had a green tea note, and while tea is not listed in the notes, it does smell like tea to me. The power of suggestion, perhaps? I don’t smell amber or moss, and the musk is is light. I might detect a pinch of cardamom, but again, it may be just the power of suggestion. It certainly isn’t a spicy scent.
While it is not an overly complex fragrance, it is perfectly balanced, and it is one of the most lighthearted and cheerful scents I know. It is an Eau de Toilette, and is reasonably long-lasting.
Yuzu Rouge runs $90 for 100 ml. For buying information, see the listing for Parfums 06130 under Perfume Houses.
I have never tried the Cédre, please comment if you have, and for that matter, if you are familiar with Yuzu Rouge, tell me if I am completely wrong about the tea note.