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We present to you our floral perfume ingredients.

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Fleur de Lys ("flower of the lily") FRANCE

The most famous of all French flowers.

The smell is refreshing and it evokes a feeling of joy and grace.

This flower evokes lush, exotic faraway lands and it represents pureness, brightness, solemnity and freedom

A close up of some yellow flowers in the sun

MIMOSA French perfumers' secret ingredient

Mimosa has a fresh, floral, slightly powdery, almost honeyed profile, which blends with the green scent of the stems.

The scent has a warm, honey, iris-like, powdery airiness to it.

Aroma-therapeutically, mimosa is said to have properties that help relieve stress and depression.

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“Lavander is the scent of the soul”

An aromatic floral clean note, with green, fresh, spicy and licorice facets.

Lavender is lightly used in ‘feminine’ scents and it turns up in plenty of ‘shared’ colognes and men’s fragrances.

It aims to relieve stress and we ourselves became convinced of its soothingness.

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Helichrysum (Helichrysum italicum)ITALY

“Golden sun of Italy”

one of the most fragrant plants on the world

Helichrysum Italicum blossoms during the summer months

Grows on dry, rocky or sandy ground around the Mediterranean

A sweet and dry herbaceous note, reminiscent of hay, tobacco, and honey

The smell is warm, rich and buttery, with green notes of wood, spices and herbs

It is a core fragrance material in Bisou perfumery

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ORMEA (Orienpet Hybrid Lily Bulb) ITALY

Named after a small town in the San Bartolomeo region in Northern Italy. The scent is spicy, sweet and musky. It has the air of a gracefully forceful flower, and the presence of gorgeous blooms. Like stepping off a plane into a tropical paradise, the air fills with honeyed smells.

A close up of some purple flowers in the grass.


Orris is the root of the sweet Iris flower

The world’s rarest perfume ingredient

It has a floral trace and a warm, creamy, earthy quality that elicits a powdery effect to a scent

Perfumes are derived from countless natural materials – woods and mosses, resins and balsams, grasses and spices, like a melody is composed of many notes, that can be arranged into infinite orders, it is entirely up to the composer to create magic.

A close up of some red roses in the sun.

ROSE (Rosa gallica, centifollia, damascena) ITALY

The king of flowers, lemony fresh with various nuances of powder, wood notes. Fruity, feminine, clean, and intensely romantic. They smell sweet or spicy like cloves, some can even pick up the subtle citrusy scent.

A close up of the flower of an iris.


Native of the Dalmatia region in Croatia

This scent is distinctly floral and powdery yet woody at the same time.

Iris pallida is a flower of an elegant, timeless silhouette, whose long, slender and soft blue petals have no scent, but a fragrance treasure hides in the darkness of its roots.

“Smell is a potent wizard that transports you across thousands of miles and all the years you have lived.”

Helen Keller

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