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    The citrus ingredients, also named hesperidian, cover natural essential oils obtained by expression of the rind of citrus fruits, but also plants or reconstitution accords that offers a sparkling freshness, energetic and tangy.

    Bergamot

    Mandarin

    Lemon

    Grapefruit

    Neroli

    Orange

    Citruses

    Lime

    The green ingredients come from plant leaves, resin or synthetic molecules. Effusive and bright, vibrant and natural, ‘green’ notes evoke with elegance and dynamism freshly cut grass, violet leaves or the outdoors.

    Blackcurrant Bud

    Violet Leaves

    Petitgrain

    Galbanum

    Green Notes

    Green Tea

    Mate

    Bamboo

    The “marine”, “aquatic” or “watery” notes evoke waterfall, sea or air, marine breeze, even ozone, giving an effect of transparency.

    Marine

    Watery

    Ozonic Notes

    Sea Water

    Seaweed / Algae

    Salty

    Sea Breeze

    Dew Drop

    The aromatic ingredients, part of what we call the "Fougère" fragrances, in the perfumistic jargon, gather a lot of different aromatic plants such as basil, sage, rosemary, thyme, transmitting an energetic and clean sexiness.

    Lavender

    Geranium

    Clary Sage

    Mint

    Rosemary

    Basil

    Cypress

    Thyme

    Aldehydic ingredients commonly refer to synthetic fragrant molecules as aldehydes, evoking the scent of soap, laundry rooms, hygiene, clean cotton or even whiteness.

    Aldehyde

    Metallic Notes

    Clean Accord

    Soap Accord

    CristalFizz

    White T-shirt note

    Sclarene

    Synthetic accord

    Essential in perfumery, the floral ingredients comprise an incredible diversity that provide nobility, delicacy or richness to fragrances. To extend the number of scents that can be extract from the nature, the technology known as ‘headspace’ allows perfumers to capture, without gathering, the olfactory molecules of protected flowers.

    Jasmine

    Rose

    Iris / Orris

    Orange Blossom

    Violet

    Lily Of The Valley

    Ylang-ylang

    Freesia

    As the olfactory principle of fruit cannot be extracted because their water content is too high, fruity notes are mainly recreated through a large palette of molecules, reproducing all the fruits: velvety or juicy, acid or sweet, green, red or yellow, dry or watery.

    Peach

    Pear

    Raspberry

    Apple

    Plum

    Pineapple

    Red Berries

    Lychee

    The spicy ingredients are varied and range from pungent freshness to enveloping warmth. Spices provide character, personality and relief. They offer warm or fresh sensations but also intense, original and incomparable flavors.

    Cardamom

    Pink Pepper

    Ginger

    Cinnamon

    Nutmeg

    Black Pepper

    Clove

    Coriander

    The woody ingredients are rich and multifaceted, creamy, strong, elegant, warm or dry, sensual or reassuring. The research of synthetic molecules has increased the perfumer’s palette with interesting woody notes, completing the natural one, and bringing new powerful effects.

    Sandalwood

    Cedarwood

    Vetiver

    Woody Notes

    Oud / Agarwood

    Cashmeran (Woody musky)

    Guaiac Wood

    Ambergris

    Back to 1917, François Coty created ‘Chypre’, a perfume highlighting a structured accord that will inspire decades of perfumers, featuring, for instance, patchouli and oakmoss, giving a incredible trail and diffusion to fragrances.

    Patchouli

    Oakmoss

    Moss

    Akigalawood (Patchouli note)

    Earthy Notes

    Clearwood (Patchouli note)

    Truffle

    Evernyl (Moss)

    The tobacco notes mostly refer to ingredients used in tobacco flavouring, giving silkiness and richness to fragrances. What they have in common is the effect of velvety-soft skin and a pleasant scent evoking fresh mown hay.

    Tobacco Leaf

    Hay

    Tobacco Accord

    Tobacco Blossom

    Liatris

    Nargileh Accord

    Ash

    Gourmand, ‘tasty’ or ‘edible’ notes gather together sweet notes but also salty or bitter delights like hazelnut or coffee. Gourmand notes are reassuring as they most often refer to the scents of childhood, providing strength, comfort and wellbeing to perfumes.

    Honey

    Almond

    Praline

    Caramel

    Coffee

    Cocoa

    Liquorice (Licorice)

    Sugar

    Ambery oriental notes refer to the traditional accords of Arab perfumers, a broad olfactory concept designating heady, voluptuous, warm and captivating notes. It also refers to the 'oriental' notes, as an invitation to travel.

    Amber

    Vanilla

    Tonka Bean

    Incense / Olibanum

    Ciste Labdanum

    Benzoin

    Myrrh

    Elemi

    Rich, smoky, burnt wood, tar, powerful, enveloping, dry, striking, the leathery ingredients try to reproduce the smoky odour of leather, the softness of the styrax, the velvety touch of a suede, or the sensuality of animal notes.

    Leather

    Saffron

    Suede

    Styrax

    Birch

    Castoreum

    Civet

    Animal Notes

    The inspiration of the perfumer comes from everything that surrounds him, whether in nature, in everyday objects, or in the desire to transcribe a strong sensation ... In this group we place some unusual alternative scents, such as chemicals, fabrics, minerals, plastics…

    Mineral Notes

    Sand Accord

    Ink

    Pebbles

    Vinyl

    Surf Wax

    Stone

    Flint

    Today, when we speak of musk, we do not refer to ‘animal musk’, but to a category of synthetic products, commonly called ‘white musk’ or ‘transparent musk’. Musk is a comfortable, reassuring, soft and slightly fruity scent that makes the perfume rounder, mellower and more persistent.

    Musk

    Ambrette Seed

    Skin Accord

    Tonkin Musk

    Pheromone

    Carolina Herrera

    BAD BOY EXTREME

    AMBERY (ORIENTAL) / WOODY
    Carolina Herrera | Luckycharms

    MAD WORLD

    FLORAL / CITRUS
    FLORAL / AMBERY (ORIENTAL)
    AMBERY (ORIENTAL) / WATERY
    Carolina Herrera | CH

    CH PASIÓN FOR HIM

    WOODY / AMBERY (ORIENTAL)
    Carolina Herrera | CH

    CH PASIÓN FOR HER

    AMBERY (ORIENTAL) / LEATHER
    Carolina Herrera | Luckycharms

    ME FIRST

    FLORAL / GREEN
    Carolina Herrera | Luckycharms

    LUCKY CHARM

    AMBERY (ORIENTAL) / FLORAL
    Carolina Herrera | Luckycharms

    FEARLESS & FABULOUS

    FLORAL / FRUITY
    Carolina Herrera | Luckycharms

    CALL ME DARLING

    AMBERY (ORIENTAL) / GOURMAND
    Carolina Herrera | Luckycharms

    ALEGRIA DE VIVIR

    FLORAL / GOURMAND
    Van Cleef & Arpels | Extraordinaire

    MOONLIGHT PATCHOULI LE PARFUM

    CHYPRE / FLORAL
    Guerlain | Les Pièces d'Exception

    IMAGINE MILLESIME BY ATELIER TRUSCELLI 2022

    FLORAL / AMBERY (ORIENTAL)
    Guerlain | Les Pièces d'Exception

    BLACK BEE BY BÄUMER & BACCARAT 2022

    FLORAL / AMBERY (ORIENTAL)
    Nina Ricci | Les Belles de Nina

    NINA CHRISTMAS COLLECTOR EDITION 2022

    FLORAL / CITRUS
    Jean Paul Gaultier

    GAULTIER² (2022)

    WOODY / FLORAL
    AMBERY (ORIENTAL) / FLORAL
    CITRUS / GREEN
    Paco Rabanne

    FAME

    CHYPRE / FLORAL
    WOODY / GREEN
    AMBERY (ORIENTAL) / FLORAL

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