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Smell of Leather

The scent of leather is produced naturally using raw materials like birch tar, styrax, castoreum and rock rose. It is also often produced via the use of innovative lab molecules.

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Papyrus, ingredient of antiquity

Papyrus, a form of thick paper used as a writing surface in ancient times. First used in ancient Egypt, the papyrus plant grew abundantly in and around the Nile. Possesses a woody fragrance profile with earthy and spicy aspects.

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Orchid, family of 28,000 species

The Orchid family (Orchidaceae) includes around 28,000 species of all shapes, colours and aromas. Some orchids are highly fragrant, many however (some 25%) are odourless. Those with fragrance emit a widely varied spectrum of nuances. Everything from coconut and raspberry to jasmine and cinnamon, not to mention some species with…

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What the F-ragrance is an Indole?

Indole (adjective indolic) is a chemical compound synthesized but also occuring naturally in floral notes like jasmine and tuberose.  which smells floral at low concentrations, fecal at high concentrations. A very common perfumery term, indoles usually impart a narcotic (strong floral), ripe or animalic character. As an aside indoles also…

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