Notes in Perfumery

Peruvian balm in perfumery
Peruvian balm in perfumery

The origins and...

Peruvian balm in perfumery

The origins and silhouette of Peruvian balsam The Peruvian balsam is a tree of the fabaceae family native to Central America. It grows more exactly in Mexico, Costa Rica, Nicaragua,...

Basil in perfumery
Basil in perfumery

Small and big...

Basil in perfumery

Small and big stories about basil The Egyptians, keen on botany and great lovers of aromatic plants, would have imported this small Indian plant for its medicinal, taste and also...

Bamboo in perfumery
Bamboo in perfumery

Bamboo, this exotic...

Bamboo in perfumery

Bamboo, this exotic reed Although it has adapted perfectly well to European gardens, bamboo remains an exotic reed for us. If it is possible to obtain a natural bamboo extract...

Pink berries in perfumery
Pink berries in perfumery

Pink berries, a...

Pink berries in perfumery

Pink berries, a very spicy, but very delicate note The pink berries offer very spicy notes, a bit like those of pepper, but more spicy. Nevertheless and despite this power,...

Buchu in perfumery
Buchu in perfumery

The origins of...

Buchu in perfumery

The origins of buchu The buchu (or bucco) is a small shrub of the heather family that grows particularly on the rocky plains of the Cape Massif in South Africa....

Blackcurrant bud in perfumery
Blackcurrant bud in perfumery

The cultivation of...

Blackcurrant bud in perfumery

The cultivation of the blackcurrant bud and its transformation for perfumery Blackcurrant was for several centuries mainly used for its taste qualities than for its possible olfactory facets in perfumery....