Notes in Perfumery

Animalis in perfumery
Animalis in perfumery

Animalis: When the...

Animalis in perfumery

Animalis: When the smell of wild animals becomes a perfume! The animal note or the delicate scent of sweat from changing rooms, dirty socks, Maleā€¦ is still dreaming! In reality,...

Ambergris in perfumery
Ambergris in perfumery

The warm notes...

Ambergris in perfumery

The warm notes of amber The smell of ambergris varies depending on the origin of the stone blocks and their floating time. As a result, amber offers many facets. Woody,...

Birch in perfumery
Scent Note: What does birch smell like?

Birch, a beautiful...

Scent Note: What does birch smell like?

Birch, a beautiful leathery facet In perfumery, birch bark is used to add a hint of leather to men's fragrances. Birch gives off warm, acrid, smoky, tarry and above all...

Cade in perfumery
Cade in perfumery

What is cade...

Cade in perfumery

What is cade wood? Cade is a raw material that is, for many, completely unknown. It is a fruit made from juniper. Three species growing in the scrubland are used...

Castoreum in perfumery
Castoreum in perfumery

What is castoreum?...

Castoreum in perfumery

What is castoreum? Castoreum is an oily and fragrant secretion produced by animal glands and in particular by two species of the beaver family: the Eurasian beaver fiber and the...

Civet in perfumery
Scent Note: What does civet smell like?

Civet, tenacious notes...

Scent Note: What does civet smell like?

Civet, tenacious notes Many perfumers today use the civet. First of all, the civet has ultra-fixing properties. It is also used for its tenacity and the memory it evokes in...