dominant amber are placed in a separate group thanks to their accentuated warmth and sensuality. Their opulent bouquet includes intoxicating and intensive substances such as musk, vanilla, exotic resins and wood, often accompanied with exotic flowers and spices.
Sweet, warm, powdery base typical of this group harmonizes with such flowers like gardenia, tuberose, tiare or with a spicy note of carnation.
Harmony of oriental components (warm woody and spicy notes) is refreshed with aromatic lavender, rosemary, coumarin and oak moss.
Hot and sensual spices such as cinnamon, cloves and nutmeg are united with oriental materials, such as woods and resins.
This group unites sweet perfumes, built on harmony of oriental notes (wood, resins, flowers and spices) and sweet components: caramel, vanilla, chocolate, almonds, honey…
Traditional oriental ingredients are enriched with woody accords of warm sandalwood or with drier notes of cedar or vetiver.