These thematic guides will help you navigate products, perfume notes, styles and seasons with ease
This edit explores the tea theme in perfume: tea as a natural option, perfumers using the pleasant smelling essential oils that came from the plant or tea as a fancy fantasy perfume accord.
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.
The anthology of green: perfumes with notes and materials that remind you of snapping succulent stalks of the first spring bloomers, or new green grass, fragrant tomato leaves, or even of chopping cucumbers.
Aphrodisiacs in perfume. Explore the theme: sensual, suggestive and naughty perfume ideas, indolic florals, sultry vanillas, indecent patchouli, adrenalin and sweat.
Learn what aldehydes are, where you encounter these conpounds and how perfumers utilize them in perfume formulas.