The art of perfume

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Bergamot

Bergamot is named after Italian city of Bergamo, in which its oil was first sold, and it has become a symbol of the entire region and city. The essential oil of bergamot is expressed from the ripe fruit peel and is used extensively in perfumery for its sweet freshness and in aroma therapy to treat depression.

Pear

is a sweet, refined fruity note with more complex and less starchy profile than apple, a little greener.

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Lily

is a flowering plant growing in temperate northern hemisphere. Praised for its beauty, the scent of the lily is powerful, heady, floral and spicy at the same time. In France, the flower was the royal emblem of the kings.

Ylang-Ylang

Rich, floral, banana-toned, jasmine nuances, sweet, narcotic and aphrodisiac. Ylang-Ylang is a highly appreciated flower in perfumery and aromatherapy. This flower is known to cure many health problems.

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Tuberose

No note in perfumery is more surprisingly carnal, creamier or contradicting than that of tuberose. The multi-petalled flower is a mix of flower shop freshness and velvety opulence.

Jasmine

Jasmine, the name of a fun-loving fragrance, provides a unique and enthusiastic aroma. The fragrance of jasmine is joined with our culture in the forms of spirituality, tradition and also medicine. Jasmine originates from the Far East, namely India and China, where for many centuries it has been one of the most valuable oils used in aromatherapy and for some ceremonial purposes. Jasmine essential oil is the natural oil with the most delicate, rich and very beautiful sweet floral aroma, making it a valuable ingredient.

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White musk

is a class of aromatic substances commonly used as base notes in perfumery. White musks in the perfume industry, are a class of synthetic aromachemicals to emulate the scent of deer musk or other natural musk. Synthetic musks have a clean, smooth and sweet scent and are sometimes attributed as having notes of blackberry, ambrette or ambergris.

Patchouli

The name patchouli derives from the old Tamil words patchai, meaning “green”, and ellai meaning “leaf”. Patchouli is an exotic bush that grows mainly in India, the leaves of which produce the essential oil of patchouli. Sweet, dark, with an earthy, woody edge, it is very popular in many blends, especially the contemporary woody floral musks.

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Amber

Sweet, resinous, cozy and warm. Amber is a powdery and oriental note recreated from a mix of balsams, usually labdanum, benzoin, vanilla, styrax and fir or a combination of some of these.

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Citruses are flowering plants of the family Rutaceae, typically evergreen and full of fragrant flavonoids and limonoids. The best known of citruses are lemons, oranges, grapefruits and limes. Citruses are cultivated since ancient times and prized for their edible fruits.

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Pink pepper

The popularity of pink pepper as a fragrance note derives itself from the increasing utilization of it as a culinary spice in recent years. As the top note, it brings freshness and rosiness to counterpoint nicely the woody heart notes.

Bay leaves

Bay leaves are the aromatic leaves of the bay laurel, native to the Mediterranean. The scent is herbal with a spicy overlay, used as an accent in many masculine fragrances.

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Ginger

origins are coming from South-Eastern Asia, China and Western India. Ginger is a very common note in fragrance with warm, tonic and bright accent.

Cedar

is native to the mountains of Himalaya and the Mediterranean region. The oil obtained from cedarwood is one of the oldest ingredients used in perfumery. Used as a base note, it brings a distinctive woody and spicy-resinous scent.

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Guaiac Wood

Guaiac Wood is a small tree with exotic woody and smoky notes. As a base note, its mysterious scent add a valuable touch to the fragrance.

Sandalwood

Sandalwood is obtained from the trees of the genus Santalum. In India, people considered it a symbol of vitality. Well known for its relaxing properties, this classic oriental note gives a sweet and woody fragrance.

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Orange

Orange is a citrus fruit and a hybrid between pomelo and mandarin. This fruit delivers a delicious sweet, fruity, fresh and zesty smell, which makes it one of the most commonly, used aromatic ingredients in perfume industry.

Orange Blossom

Orange Blossom is a fragrant distillation of fresh bitter-orange flower with sweet and refined fruity notes. Orange flowers have been used in wedding traditions since the times of ancient China as a symbol of fruitfulness and fertility.

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Wild fruits

Wild fruits are various types of berries growing in the woods with a zesty and sweet scent.

Whitewood

Well known for its calming properties, Whitewood brings a distinctive woody and spicy-resinous scent to the base note.

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Vetiver

Used mostly for masculine fragrances, Vetiver brings a dry and woody scent with aromatic properties.

Vanilla

Called “tlilxochitl” by the Aztecs, Vanilla was mainly used for royal drinks. Vanilla is a very popular sweet scent, cozy and comforting.

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Tonka beans

It is believed that Tonka bean chase away negative thoughts and boost the immune system. Tonka beans as a base note add a powdery-sweet effect with intensive balmy, warm and gourmand scent.

Rose

The ancient Greeks believed that rose stimulates senses and takes sadness away. Rose is one of the most beautiful and praised flowers in many cultures over the world and represent femininity and romanticism. The scent is described as lemony fresh with various nuances of powder, wood notes or fruit.

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Peach Blossom

Peach Blossom is a sweet and soft floral note with a fruity nuance of the peach fruit to come. Its particular fragrance brings delicious memories of the summer.

Mint

is one of the most famous medicinal plants. In perfumery, the notes are described as refreshing and cooling green note with peppery aspects, and represents spring greens and refreshment.

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Mimosa

This flurry flower, long time praised for its therapeutic properties, offers a smell like no other with green, powdery and honeyed odor.  It is generally used in predominantly floral fragrances with rose, tuberose or carnation notes.

Mandarin

is a juicy citrus fruit originated from China, where they have been historically regarded as a symbol of good fortune. In the terms of aroma, it is very sweet, fruity and citrusy with a light floral undertone. The scent is very relaxing and calming.

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Lemon

Originates from the Middle East, and probably brought to Spain and Africa somewhere in the Middle Ages, Lemon scent is described as clean, fresh and sparkling. The scent is used to create invigorating and refreshing citrusy smell. This zesty scent blends well with floral notes of geranium.

Geranium

is known and appreciated since antiquity for their beautiful flowers and magical symbolism.  Geranium is one of the most important raw materials in perfumery, and characterized by its green rich, bright and long lasting fruity-mint odor with a subtle touch of a rose.

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Oud

Oud comes from the wood of the Agar tree spread throughout Southeast Asia. The heartwood of the tree produces a dark aromatic resin as a defense mechanism against an infection of a certain variety of mould. It has been used in forms of oud oil or resin for centuries in beauty rituals to perfume the skin and hair of men and women. Also called “liquid gold”, Oud is a mysterious scent, often said to be effective for meditation, enlightenment and stimulating inspiration.