Amber is a versatile scent that can be blended with a wide range of other fragrances to create unique and complex aromas. In this article we will explore this unique base note that dominates the majority of commercial perfumes around the world.
Ranking just below amber, musk is probably one of the most misunderstood and confusing scents in the minds of many people. Part of its eluding nature has to do that musk scent cannot fall into any fragrance category. In fact it is an entire category on its own. And though many believe that musk is strong and leathery due to the fact that it was traditionally an animal byproduct, it really is the contrary.
We came up with a simple visual representation of what you can expect from buying one of our fragrances, by colour coding them. It only takes some basic knowledge of a handful of principal olfactory notes and you will be able to tell if this is what you are looking for in a glimpse.
Floral fragrances come in a wide variety of scents. Some of them tend to be more subtle, while others make a strong and somewhat heady impact. But how can you tell the difference between light and heavy floral scents and what should you expect just by reading the description of a fragrance?
Chypre is a fragrance accord with a warm and dry scent profile that is centered around 3 key notes: bergamot, oakmoss and labdanum. This amazing contrast of fruity, green, leathery and woody notes creates a smooth unison scent with endless possibilities.