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The cherry trend in perfumery is undeniable, but what's driving this cherry craze? There are several factors at play. Firstly, novelty is always a driving force behind fragrance trends, so it is unsurprising that there's a demand for the distinct, familiar, and edible quality of cherries. Secondly, perfumers continually seek to push the boundaries of scent, so exploring the diverse potential of such fantasy-infused aroma chemicals is understandable. Lastly, what can be better than the nostalgic notes of a cherry fragrance that conjure carefree, playful memories of times gone by?
While cherries themselves have a distinctive scent, it's not possible to extract the exact aroma directly from the fruit. The volatile compounds responsible for the fragrance of cherries are complex and delicate, making it difficult to capture and preserve the scent through traditional extraction methods. Instead, perfumers carefully select and blend aromachemicals, both natural and synthetic, to create the desired cherry accords. Ingredients like acetophenone, benzaldehyde, and fruity/floral components are commonly used. These are molecules replicate the aromas of the cherry cakes, drinks, and glacé cherries we find so sweet, tart, and delicious to eat.
Here at Bloom, we've cherry-picked our favourites that hopefully harness that mercurial nature of this fruit. From the nostalgic, juicy, and vibrant interpretations to the more seductive, woody, and dark creations, the irresistible allure of cherry-scented perfumes brings a world of indulgence—a sensory experience that is playfully charming and fragrantly delightful.
Explore this edit and immerse yourself in the charming world of cherries.
One of the first cherry perfumes created well before this recent cherry craze. The creative blend produces a full-flavoured and sophisticated cherry once combined with black tea and musk. A multifaceted smokey fruity cherry that is undeniably romantic.