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Classification of olfactory notes:
The best known in Europe, drawn up by the French Society of Perfumers and adapted from the original classification of Eugène Rimmel, dating from 1984, albeit almost outdated, remains an excellent base for those approaching the world of perfumes for the first time. The classification divides the fragrances in olfactory families and its subcategories:
Citrus (or Citrus - Fraiche): citrusy and Mediterranean compositions, such as bergamot, lemon, tangerine, orange and grapefruit, or more exotic such as kumquat, lime and yuzu.
Aromatic: includes aromatic plants, mainly from the Mediterranean basin, among which lavender, along with red tea, peppermint, rosemary and basil. Most perfumes of this family are male.
Flowery (or Floral): the name in this case is perfectly evocative, since we are talking about fragrances derived from a wide variety of flowers, from the more traditional rose to the more exotic ylang ylang.
Woody: also in this case the name perfectly fits the name, which includes dry and soft woods, such as cedar, vetiver and sandalwood. Most fragrances are male, while the female fragrances are usually associated with citrus or floral notes.
Fougere: is the most virile family, with a base of lavender, geranium, vetiver, oak moss and coumarin or tonka bean, to which you add more or less acidic notes.
Chypre: fragrance from this family always have the same basic structure, created by François Coty, composed of bergamot, rose, jasmine, oak moss, patchouli and labdanum.
Oriental (or Amber) is by definition the most seductive category, at the base are patchouli, vanilla, spices, amber and balsamic herbs.
A more recent classification, used mainly in the US, is the Fragrance Wheel created by Mr Michael Edwards, one of most prominent figures in the world of fine fragrances - Updated annually, it divides aromas into four main categories:
Woods: cedar, vetiver, patchouli, sandalwood.
Mossy (mosses): plum and amber.
Dry woods: cedar, tobacco and leather.
Aromatic: lemon, lavender, spices and oriental woods.
Citrus: lemon, bergamot, tangerine, orange and grapefruit.
Water: marine notes.
Green: grass, violets.
Fruity: peach, pear, apple, plum and tropical fruits.