Neroli, Jasmine, Tuberose, Magnolia, Ylang-Ylang, let’s explore these delicate blooms that so many perfumers use in their precious redolences.
Beautiful white orange blossom flowers from the bitter orange tree. Often cultivated in France, this exquisite flower has a light and sweet fragrance. A wonderful unisex floral fragrance, you can find it in Acoustic Neroli one of 3 in the Summer Senteurs perfume box.
Sweet creamy petals and a fresh starry note are characteristic of Magnolia. Named after the French botanist Pierre Magnol, this flower was especially popular in perfumery in the 1980s. For a modern fragrance, you can smell Magnolia in Les Fleurs by Maya Njie one of the 3 scents in the Vibrant Fraicheur perfume box
The “king of flowers” is evocative, heady and sweet. The scent of Jasmine flowers will fill the nights in the Mediterranean. It takes about 750kg of flowers to provide only 1kg of absolute extract which makes Jasmine one of the most expensive raw materials in perfumery.. but worth it! Find it in Tel Aviv by Gallivant and Serenity by ELM RD.
rich and exotic, Tuberose holds a powerful scent. Like Jasmine, this is another very expensive raw ingredient in perfumery and to be cherished in small amounts. This voluptuous floral scent is captured in Los Angeles by Gallivant and SN/2020 by A.N OTHER
“Flower of flowers” and as unique as its name suggests, this intensely sweet flower has a distinctive scent and enjoys extensive use in perfumery including the iconic Chanel No. 5. Often providing a rich heart note and promoting a sense of wellbeing. Check out Serenity by ELM RD for your hit of this special flower.
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