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Sample the Green Theme

9 x 1 ml
Notescut grass galbanum green leaves mandarin leaves mastic neroli sugi leaves sweet peas tomato leaves wasabi accord

This sample pack is an anthology of green.

Try 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.

The key green materials are: lentisque (mastique) and galbanum resins, fir balsam, linden, neroli among the naturals. Also there are many molecules that smell green and are identical to what, say, grass emits when cut, but perfumers synthesize these molecules rather than go and squeeze the grass. Perfumers can use these options individually as the focus of the perfume or blend them in big complex arrangements to take you to the garden of Eden or Ceylon jungle, for example.

The perfumes below represent most of the key green options and degrees of complexity.

The pack contains 9 x 1 ml samples:

  1. PG24 Papyrus de Ciane by Pierre Guillaume - Parfumerie GénéraleFor the fresh reed stems accord try
  2. Pure Azure by Phaedon ParisFor fig leaves and green neroli try
  3. Aube Pashmina by Pierre Guillaume Black CollectionSweet Aromatic Leaves
  4. Lentisque by Phaedon ParisTry for two powerful greens: galbanum&mastique
  5. L’Eau Simple de Concombre by Phaedon ParisTry for a 'florist shop in the morning' ambiance
  6. Salado by CARNER
  7. The Soft Lawn by Imaginary AuthorsTry for a fancy neon green of tennis balls
  8. Elephant by ZoologistFor the lush jungle vegetation accord try
  9. Panorama by Olfactive StudioComplex green

Read more about why these perfumes best illustrate the theme in the "Green in Perfume" editor pick.

This sample pack is available as a standalone product, and also was part of our year long subscription service.

Notescut grass galbanum green leaves mandarin leaves mastic neroli sugi leaves sweet peas tomato leaves wasabi accord

This sample pack is an anthology of green.

Try 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.

The key green materials are: lentisque (mastique) and galbanum resins, fir balsam, linden, neroli among the naturals. Also there are many molecules that smell green and are identical to what, say, grass emits when cut, but perfumers synthesize these molecules rather than go and squeeze the grass. Perfumers can use these options individually as the focus of the perfume or blend them in big complex arrangements to take you to the garden of Eden or Ceylon jungle, for example.

The perfumes below represent most of the key green options and degrees of complexity.

The pack contains 9 x 1 ml samples:

  1. PG24 Papyrus de Ciane by Pierre Guillaume - Parfumerie GénéraleFor the fresh reed stems accord try
  2. Pure Azure by Phaedon ParisFor fig leaves and green neroli try
  3. Aube Pashmina by Pierre Guillaume Black CollectionSweet Aromatic Leaves
  4. Lentisque by Phaedon ParisTry for two powerful greens: galbanum&mastique
  5. L’Eau Simple de Concombre by Phaedon ParisTry for a 'florist shop in the morning' ambiance
  6. Salado by CARNER
  7. The Soft Lawn by Imaginary AuthorsTry for a fancy neon green of tennis balls
  8. Elephant by ZoologistFor the lush jungle vegetation accord try
  9. Panorama by Olfactive StudioComplex green

Read more about why these perfumes best illustrate the theme in the "Green in Perfume" editor pick.

This sample pack is available as a standalone product, and also was part of our year long subscription service.

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