The chypre recipe has been celebrated for 100 years now (if you start with Coty’s perfume of 1917 which gave the name to and really popularized the genre). It's still with us, still popular and is really worth checking out as a concept.
A chypre is when a perfume starts with zesty citruses (on the sweeter side), proceeds into a floral heart (rose and optional white flowers) and finishes woody (oakmoss and/or patchouli would be a staple ingredient), resinous (labdanum) or animalic (or all of the above). In 100 years there have been numerous interpretations: woody chypres, animalic, spicy, fruity, floral even green chypres. At Bloom we have various chypre options from very the vintage to modern reworks.
With this edit and pack you will be able to smell different chypres and hopefully at the same time note those common fragrant features that unite them into the chypre family.