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AromaX 5 years ago
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AromaXFougère II – the smell of fern
Originally posted in: http://blog.aromyth.nl/?p=266The olfactory family of fougères begins with Fougère Royale by Houbigant, a fragrance created by Paul Parquet in 1882 approaching the smell of ferns. It raises an interesting question: Do ferns smell?An answer to this question can be as vague as an attempt to describe the smell of tulips...

AromaX 5 years ago
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AromaXA floral bouquet
Originally posted at - http://blog.aromyth.nl/?p=227Florals seems to be the most popular family within the world of perfumes. It embraces a huge group of fragrances with floral notes as a main theme. Whether it’s a smell of a single flower or a complex bouquet, an aroma of an existent flower, its abstract interpretation or a perfumer’s floral...

AromaX 5 years ago
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AromaXFloral Aldehydic Perfumes or Soft Florals
Originally posted: http://blog.aromyth.nl/?p=170Floral aldehydic is an interesting example of a perfume family originated from a group of aromachemicals. Technically speaking aldehydes are forming a huge group of chemical compounds containing a “formyl group”. It includes a very big group of perfume odorants. But only...