Perfume Reviews

Absinthe

Aldehydes

Almond

Amber

Ambergris (Animalic Amber)

Ambrette Seed

Angelica

Anise & Licorice

Balsams & Resins

Benzoin

Bergamot

Blackcurrant

Cardamom

Carnation

Cedarwood

Cherries

Chocolate

Chypre

Citrus

Coconut

Coffee

Cologne

Coumarin & Tonka Bean

Cumin

Fig

Fougere

Frangipani & Tiare

Freesia

Fruity Notes

Gardenia

Geranium

Ginger

Gourmand

Green & Galbanum

Hedione

Heliotrope

Honey

Honeysuckle

Hyacinth

Immortelle

Incense

Indole

Iris

Jasmine

Jasmine 2

Lavender

Lavender and Lavandin

Leather

Lilac

Lily

Lily of the Valley

Linden

Lotus

Magnolia

Marigold & Tagetes

Marine

Melon

Mimosa

Moss

Musk

Myrrh

Narcissus

Opoponax

Orange

Orange Blossom & Neroli

Oriental

Osmanthus

Oud

Patchouli

Peach

Pear

Pepper

Pink Pepper

Pomegranate

Red Berrries

Rhubarb

Rice

Rose

Rose de Mai (Grasse)

Saffron

Sage

Salty Notes

Sandalwood

Sillage

Smoke

Spices

Tea

Tobacco

Tropical Flowers

Tuberose

Vanilla

Vetiver

Violet

White Florals

Woods

Yerbamate

Ylang ylang

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  • Victoria in Persian Flower Delights: That’s a pity, but perhaps not that surprising. It’s a small and secretive industry. I hope that at some point you can make friends with someone who owns an orchard… March 22, 2019 at 6:15am

  • Victoria in Persian Flower Delights: You can add some of these floral waters to regular water and taste it in different dilutions, which is a similar exercise to what many perfumers do when they smell… March 22, 2019 at 6:14am

  • Victoria in Persian Flower Delights: I was thinking of Fleurs de Citronnier too and perhaps Nuit de Cellophane, although the latter is sweeter and fruitier than most colognes. March 22, 2019 at 6:12am

  • Victoria in Persian Flower Delights: I do too. Or just on their own. March 22, 2019 at 6:11am

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