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A humble but so rare sweet pea soliflore
Quite a rare perfume idea: a soliflore built around the humble sweet pea. Tenderness comes complete with green aromas of sweat pea tendrils and whispering of the wild garden around the little blooming climber.
Gardens of Temptation | Tenderness Сады Соблазна | Нежность by Brocard
Try for a 'florist shop in the morning' ambiance
Try for a 'florist shop in the morning' smellscape: lots of green stems in water, a chorus of fresh flowers and the shop keeper busy peeling excess leaves and cutting off the withered stalk ends.
L’Eau Simple de Concombre by Phaedon Paris
This is a perfume with a very complex green character. Perfumers incorporated into the formula most of the green options available out there: fantasy accords (bamboo shoots, wasabi etc.) and materials that are natural and smell green: galbanum, violet leaf and fir. All that effort to take you to a hot Californian summer and open a green vista of lush smells of a semi tropical park .
Panorama by Olfactive Studio
For the fresh reed stems accord try
Try for galbanum resin and the fresh reed stalks accord. PG24 is also a vintage leather from the era of isoquinolines (the beginning of 20th century). These compounds were derived from tar at the time and perfumers discovered that when introduced into a perfume formula, isoquinolines help to achieve a very convincing leather accord, a touch smoky and sharp. Leather and green have the common denominator of bitter and in PG24 green galbanum seamlessly becomes leather through the bitter nuance.
PG24 Papyrus de Ciane by Parfumerie Générale by Pierre Guillaume
For fig leaves and green neroli try
Try for the sharp emerald green neroli. Pure Azure is almost the perfume formula of the Mediterranean summer with a complex bright green character built around neroli supported by shady tonka, green fig tree leaves and a sea breeze accord.
Pure Azure by Phaedon Paris
Try for two powerful greens: galbanum&mastique
The Hulk of perfume ingredients - lentisque (mastique) resin. It has a powerful dark green muscle power, resinous and balsamic, crushing everything in its way. Phaedon’s Lentisque is a perfume with a lot of mastique and is a resinous woody blend with an intensely green character.
Lentisque by Phaedon Paris
Sweet Aromatic Leaves
Try for a pleasantly fresh 'shady overgrown garden' ambiance.
Aube Pashmina by Pierre Guillaume Black Collection
For the lush jungle vegetation accord try
A perfume that is green on an elephant scale. A superstructure of imaginary lush jungle vegetation disturbed by a big animal walking though. It even comes complete with a warm moist earth nuance (from violet leaf).
Elephant by Zoologist
Try for a fancy neon green of tennis balls
If there is a perfume to represent early spring, Soft Lawn is definitely a contender for the title. Full of softly radiant greenness of leaves and grass unfolding in the first definitively warm days. Neon green of tennis balls comes as a bonus. Plastics and green grass actually share some aldehydic chemistry and tennis balls and the grass they hit have some similarities in the aroma.
The Soft Lawn by Imaginary Authors