Each fragrance profile is a sensory building block. Get it as a standalone fragrance, or build it up with any of the harmonious combinations listed below
Aldehydes may be likened to the sparkling effect of peeling back a citrus rind. May also be fruity or floral in character depending on the type of Aldehyde used. Synthesised in a lab, these aroma molecules play an important role in modern perfumery
Resinous tree sap includes frankincense and rockrose, imparts a warm, musky-sweet and earthy feel
Drawn largely from an artistic palette of molecules developed in the lab, Aquatic notes provide a watery, fresh and ‘marine’ character. Some natural aquatic notes include bamboo and algae
Aromatic notes are usually combined of sage, rosemary, cumin, lavender and other herbaceous plants which possess a very intensive grass-spicy scent
Pronounced sheep-ra, Chypre means ‘Cyprus’ in French and was first created in 1917. Characterised as mossy woody scents, Chypre fragrances are typically a composition of bergamot [citrus top note], labdanum [middle note] and patchouli, oak moss and musk [base notes]. Often mixed with florals and fruits.
Combines juicy notes of lemon, mandarin, grapefruit, yuzu and other citrus oils.
This largest fragrant group encompasses numerous versions of compositions with a floral heart: freshly picked flowers, flowers with aquatic, green or powdery nuances, as well as floral-aldehyde, floral-fruity and gourmand compositions. The most wide-spread fragrance family, often forming the heart ontop of which more complex fragrance arrangements are built. Can be either single floral notes (called Soliflores) or floral bouquets. Floral scents range from delicate combinations to strong and heady florals.
Fougere meaning "fern-like", is one of the main families into which modern perfumes are classified. Many modern fougère perfumes have various citrus, herbaceous, green, floral and animalic notes included. This class of fragrances have the basic accord with a top-note of lavender and base-notes of oakmoss and coumarin.
Juicy red fruits with aspects of pineapple, cassis & berries. Bright and sweet
Ginger Lemongrass :
Zesty fresh zing of ginger over lemongrass
Edible notes of pineapple, vanilla and caramel
Conjure green tea leaves, grass and fresh herbs. Add freshness. Green tea leaves, green grass, fresh herbs, vines and leafy scents give these fragrances a clean, natural aspect.
Hubba Hubba :
Who says neon only glows at night. Live life big and bright!
Highly recognisable white floral scent, sweet and heady
Rich, animalic and sensual with hints of smoke and saffran
Lemongrass Tea :
Fresh and soothing lemongrass over tea leaves
Green floral aroma with a clean and bright appeal. (French for Lily of the Valley)
Animalic, warm and sensous, musk is the king of base notes
In perfumery, ‘Oriental’ refers to perfumes which contain ingredients originating in the East [i.e. in the Orient], including spices, vanilla, tea, incense, amber resin, musk and precious woods. Oriental compositions are often associated with exotic floral and spicy scents.
From the Iris root, powdery, slightly cosmetic and startchy, somewhat reminiscent of violet
Resinous wood from the Agar tree, found mostly in Southeast Asia. Rich, musty and highly prized ingredient
Ozone, salt and moss conure the smell of fresh air right after a thunderstorm
Ripe fruity and sweet peach with aspects of melon and apricot
Scent of the rain, earthy and rich with a hint of sweat soil
Pina Colada :
As the sun sets over Miami beach, kick back to a festive infusion of white rum, pineapple and coconut cream.
Fresh with powdery and fruity aspects. One of the main flower notes used in perfumery
Piquant notes of coriander, cardamom, clove, nutmeg, pepper, cinnamon which impart a hot, warm character
Fresh green mate tea leaves
Tomato Leaf :
Melon and tomato leaf over vetiver, tonka and musk
Vanilla is derived from the seed pod of the vanilla orchid, a flowering vine which is native to Mexico (although most of the vanilla available today comes from Madagascar).
Sweet floral with powdery and wood aspects
White Flowers :
Tuberose, ylang, rose and lily create a narcotic floral arrangement
Conjuring earthy tones, Woody scents are built on ingredients such as patchouli, sandalwood and amber. Often combined with fresh citrus, or the spices and resins of Oriental* ingredients for a deeper impression (*Oriental means ingredients that originated in the East).
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