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Spice and Gourmet notes
Base and heart notes
Thyme is a very popular fragrance in middle eastern oriental perfumes.
Thyme, which is frequently used in the kitchen that we are familiar with in daily life, is one of the rare spices that gives excellent results in perfumes. The scent of the pure oil obtained for perfumes can be used in perfumes containing nuances stuck between lavender and Saffron, which lacks the scent of purple flowers, using the water vapor distillation method at a rate of 2%-8% with a burning delicious aromatic scent herbaceous plump, smoky, rich, exotic, warm inviting oriental oil. evaluated as an aroma.
Some perfumes using thyme:
Tuscan Leather Tom Ford
Zara Sport 421 Zara for men
Mystic Aromatic Mugler
Mystery Ajmal for men
Fenugreek: Fragrant pure oil is obtained by co2 distillation technique so that it can be used in perfumes. Apart from having a lush spicy aroma, it resembles an infusion of Brazil nut, walnut, raisin and delicate sugary sweet apricot with light earthy undertones and impressive persistence.
Perfumes: generally, fenugreek is used in the base notes to achieve very good results by blending both scents to make the deep amber/amber scents more striking.
Some perfumes using fenugreek:
Santal Blush Tom Ford
Rose Barbare Guerlain
Never Ever Om Lush
Svaha NOT perfumes
Cinnamon is a note used in perfumes for Sweet, powdery, warm, spicy, coumarin, exotic effects and for being deeper and more somber than usual.
The pure oil obtained by steam distillation to be used in cinnamon perfumes, the classical cinnamon scent is generally felt in the heart and base notes.
Some perfumes using cinnamon:
The world's best quality clove steam distilled oils are obtained from Zanzibar. It is known for its very strong and intense hot, spicy woody warm wine scent.
The clove tree is a tropical tree of the Myrtaceae family, native to the Molucan Islands, an idyllic archipelago off the coast of Indonesia.
Some perfumes using cloves:
Ebony Wood Zara
Kenzo Jungle L'Elephant
Musc Ravageur Frederic Malle
Cinnabar Estée Lauder
Pure perfume oil is obtained by the Co2 distillation method so that coconut can be used in perfumes.
Coconut is a warm, creamy, milky vanilla, warm buttery, soft, slightly woody note with nuances of sweet exotic effects.
Some perfumes using coconut:
Soleil Blanc Tom Ford
Coconut The Body Shop
Virgin Island Water Creed
Coco Vanille Mancera
Noix de Coco Yves Rocher
It is native to the Moluccas and nearby islands and is usually cultivated in areas surrounding Indonesia.
It is a species that grows in tropical climates and it is a spicy, nutty, slightly peppery spice, very similar to the smell emanating while cooking on the stove. It contains oriental and exotic nuances.
Some perfumes using muscat nut:
Intoxicated By Kilian
Magnificentely Dubai Zara
Secret Obsession Calvin Klein
Oud Grandeur Avon
It is the most expensive spice in the world.
Moist loam soil. It has a bitter-sweet, leathery, soft and very friendly fragrance that creates a dry spice feel.
Some perfumes using saffron:
Instant Crush Mancera
Oud Maison Francis Kurkdjian
Ange ou Demon Givenchy
Black Saffron Byredo
Aoud Leather Montale
Cardamom, a highly valuable spice, is a sharp-smelling spice, Herbaceous Hot exhibits a very aromatic woody-bitter odor profile. It is often used as top notes in perfumes.
Some perfumes using cardamom:
Intoxicated By Kilian
The Most Wanted Azzaro
Nude Soleil KKW Fragrance
Dior Homme Original Dior
Oud Wood Tom Ford
Star anise, which is generally used in the top notes in perfumes, contains sharp powdery spicy, floral, slightly licorice nuances.
Star anise perfumes:
Sauvage Eau de Parfum Dior for men
Armani Code Giorgio Armani for men
Lolita Lempicka Lolita Lempicka for women
Cuir Impertinent Mugler for women and men
Black Vines Kerosene for women and men