Aromatic perfumes include all compositions with aromatic herbs such as lavender, rosemary, thyme, eucalyptus, mint, mugwort... The list is long! This family can also be called mugwort. Aromatic notes are used in perfumery in small quantities because they are very powerful and characteristic. They give a touch of madness to the fragrances most often at the top of the perfumes. Although the term "aromatic" brings us back to gastronomy, they have also been used in perfumery for a long time. Moreover, in the 19th and 20th centuries, the famous Eaux de Cologne were made from herbs, often lavender, which is an emblematic plant of the aromatic olfactory family. In this pretty family one can also find a simple, familiar and at the same time original smell. At Bon Parfumeur we like to say of aromatic perfumes that they are halfway between woody perfumes and colognes perfumes. The aromatic family includes lemon, mentholated, camphorated, aniseed and lavender notes. Our eau de parfum eucalyptus 701 is a very good choice to discover aromatic perfumes with its eucalyptus and coriander notes, it will give you a real funky side!