Notes in Perfumery

Peony in perfumery
Scent Note: What does peony smell like?

The history of...

Scent Note: What does peony smell like?

The history of the peony Peony is a plant native to various parts of Europe to the Far East. It is mainly present in China and today covers around forty...

Cherry in perfumery
What is the scent of cherry?

Several fragrances are...

What is the scent of cherry?

Several fragrances are entirely devoted to cherry. This is particularly true with Tom Ford Lost Cherry dupe Amarena Cherry by Fragrenza, Cherry Blossom Fruity by Guerlain, Cerisier en Fleurs by Fragonard, or...

What does patchouli smell like
What does patchouli smell like?

Patchouli is a tropical...

What does patchouli smell like?

Patchouli is a tropical plant grown in Indonesia, the Philippines, and Malaysia. The plant has long stems that can reach a meter in height. However, don't look for a scent inside...

Musk smell
Scent Note: What does musk smell like?

The original musk comes...

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Scent Note: What does musk smell like?

The original musk comes from a particular deer species, the Tibetan musk deer, whose sex gland secretion has become endangered. However, since 1979, this creature has been thankfully protected by CITES...

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Aldehydes in perfumery
Scent Note: What does aldehydes smell like?

Aldehydes, the synthesis...

Scent Note: What does aldehydes smell like?

Aldehydes, the synthesis revolution Without aldehydes, the Chanel N ° 5 perfume would not exist… Indeed, the first use of aldehydes in luxury perfumery was carried out in 1921, to...

Rhubarb in perfumery
Scent Note: What does rhubarb smell like?

The origins, culture...

Scent Note: What does rhubarb smell like?

The origins, culture and virtues of rhubarb Rhubarb is a perennial herbaceous plant of the polygonaceae family. This one is particularly appreciated by gardeners for its robust temperament. Indeed, rhubarb...