Notes in Perfumery

Grapes in perfumery
Grapes in perfumery

The grape, a...

Grapes in perfumery

The grape, a multifaceted note Depending on the variety of grape chosen, the grape offers multiple fragrances. They can be sweet, tangy, bitter, juicy, pungent… Raisins can also bring other...

Pure Malt in perfumery
Pure Malt in perfumery

The Pure Malt...

Pure Malt in perfumery

The Pure Malt scent palette Pure Malt offers a wide range of scents and varies according to its associations. Basically, we could say that Pure Malt offers peaty and woody...

Prune in perfumery
Scent Note: What does prune smell like?

While it was...

Scent Note: What does prune smell like?

While it was born in France on the lands of Agen thanks to the variety of ente plums, which were used to supply long-haul sailors in search of wealth or...

Praline in perfumery
What does praline smell like?

The praline, a...

What does praline smell like?

The praline, a more than gourmet note We discover the praline mainly in gourmet and feminine perfumes. The latter has, at present, a huge success since we see that out...

Sweet peas in perfumery
Sweet peas in perfume

The history and...

Sweet peas in perfume

The history and characteristics of sweet peas Sweet peas belong to the Fabaceae plant family and have many nicknames such as flower peas, musk peas, or sweet pea. He is...

Pittosporum in perfumery
Pittosporum in perfumery

The solar flowers...

Pittosporum in perfumery

The solar flowers of Pittosporum Pittosporum has over 200 different varieties. Two of them are distinguished by their flowers. The first is the Pittosporum from Japan. With clusters of small...