Michelia champaca is an evergreen tree native to the Philippines and the Indonesian islands, but also grows in western india
Michelia champaca is in the same botanical family as Magnolia
dominant color, usually white, yellow or orange at maturity. Pink hued flowers are gathered during this phase when colors of pink to light maroon are present.
Because the flowers have long been culturally significant in the devotional rituals of India,
Champaca to be one of the most enticing, exotic floral scents imaginable – indeed, a precious luxury perfume flowers material!
Red Michelia champaca noticeably deeper, richer, more intense sultry floral notes layered beneath suave fruity and earthy tea-like tonalities; a faint minty/herbal note lingers in the background.
Less spicy and much cleaner than the white champaca offering
Pink champaca less floral, spicier in a sacred incense reminiscent way, with smooth honeyed notes Will fall in love with the intoxicating and exotic sweet floral aroma of rare Pink champaca.
rich aroma, champaca flower is velvety, like spicy vanilla, floral, warm, intense, peach / apricot-like undertones, sweet floral and bergamot flavored tea / straw reminiscent. It has a very unique fragrance.
The famous perfume Joy, introduced in 1930 by Jean Patou and advertised at the time as "the costliest perfume in the world", contains Champaca flowers among other voluptuous and highly prized floral notes.
Best Blends With: Clementine, Orange , Tea, Jasmine, Ambrette, Bergamot, Black Pepper, Cardamom, Carnation, Cedarwood, Cinnamon, Cistus, Clove, Coriander, Davana, Frankincense, Galbanum, Hay,
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