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Aromatic Perfumes

Generally the vegetable raw materials used for the aromatic perfumes family come from France, unlike oriental perfumes, for example, which come from all over the world. Even if the word "aromatic" makes us think more of gastronomy than perfumery, these herbs have been used for a long time to create invigorating, soft and fresh fragrances. Aromatic scents are mainly associated with citrus and spicy notes. Not to be confused with Colognes perfumes, which are composed of citrus notes such as Yuzu perfumes. This family includes all compositions with aromatic herbs such as lavender, rosemary, thyme, eucalyptus, mint, mugwort... The list is long. Aromatic notes are often used as top notes and add a touch of madness to the fragrance. If you have any doubts, don't hesitate to consult our perfume guide for information on our different types of fragrances or even how to choose your perfume. At Bon Parfumeur, we have used Eucalyptus and Coriander as the star aromatics of our eau de parfum 701. Both warm and fresh, the 701 is the perfect balance between comfort and character. Eucalyptus gives the fragrances a particularly energizing freshness and is part of a rather sporty register. The coriander has a fresh and slightly acidulous or even aniseed scent. We can think of a citrus fruit smell, fresh and lemony. 

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