New Online Classes : Spices, Citrus, and Dark Woods

Three Bois de Jasmin classes are now available: Spices, Citrus, and Dark Woods. These classes are for students of all levels of interest in perfumery. They cover three fundamental classes of perfume materials. We will talk about different fragrance notes and I will teach you how to find them in perfumes. The lectures are designed to sharpen your sense smell and improve your enjoyment and appreciation of scents. And since this is the holiday season and everyone loves a good story, I will tell you insider stories about classical and niche fragrances that revolutionized the industry with their use of spice, citrus or woody notes.

The class size is small to ensure that everyone gets attention and a chance to interact.

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We will use readily available fragrant materials for our class exercises, such as spices, coffee, or citrus fruit. You do not need to buy perfumes or essential oil kits for these classes. You’ll receive the full instructions before the start of the class and after finishing the class also you will receive a list of fragrances to try based on the lecture theme.

You’ll also have time at the end of the lecture to ask questions. If you are interested in something specific, you can send me your questions beforehand. I look forward to meeting you! 

Location: Online

Date & Time: 1h + 15min Q&A

December 15th, Wednesday 1:30pm-2:30pm ET/7:30pm-8:30pm CET (time zone converter)   Spices $55 per person: SOLD OUT 

December 18th, Saturday 1:30pm-2:30pm ET/7:30pm-8:30pm CET (time zone converter)   Citrus $55 per person:  SOLD OUT 

December 22nd, Wednesday 1:30pm-2:30pm ET/7:30pm-8:30pm CET (time zone converter)  Dark Woods $55 per person SOLD OUT

Important: If you booked the class successfully, you should receive a receipt and a confirmation from me. If you don’t, please check your spam folder or contact me. Closer to the date of the class, you will receive a separate email with joining instructions.

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