Much like making music, you can create a harmonious blend of perfume notes specific to your personality. Fragrance is like a score composed of personal preferences. Use the guide below to identify your favourite olfactory family and discover some of the notes available in the workshop.
Do you like a feminine bouquet? The floral family offers a range of possibilities&mdashsometimes powdery, sometimes fresh. For a modern and youthful effect, add white flowers to this suggested combination: freesia, jasmine, honeysuckle and gardenia.
Be seduced by the unisex combination of dry notes: tobacco, leather and white musk.
Inspired by a perfume of the same name created in 1917, the chypre family offers a range of oaky Mediterranean notes, including patchouli, geranium, spices, rosemary, spearmint and pepper.
Earthy and green, the fern family recalls the smell of fresh-cut hay drying in the sun. Create a perfume with the after-scent of vetiver and oak moss&mdashtwo notes you find in the workshop.
This exotic and sensual family comes in many variations, some powdery, some hinting at vanilla or chocolate. The oriental scent combines the rich notes of amber, bezoin tree, vanilla and precious woods.
For a fresh and lively unisex scent, you can’t beat the citrus family. It was the first Eau de Cologne to be worn by men and women alike. Orange, grapefruit and bergamot bring pep and vigour to this summery fragrance.
Often associated with masculinity, this family offers a range of woody notes - sometimes spicy, sometimes green. Rediscover the classics, such as cedar, sandalwood, rosewood and oud, while being seduced by the green tea and after-scent of freshly cut grass.