Jasmine perfumes have existed since the very beginning of the history of perfume. Already in the first century B.C., Cleopatra used it as a weapon of seduction. The olfactory family of floral perfumes is the most important olfactory family, and rose or jasmine reigns at its head. Synonymous with temptation and beauty, white jasmine is a proof of love, just like rose perfumes. Its trail is recognizable among a thousand: it is round and refined. Many emblematic perfumes have a jasmine composition. They include 24 Faubourg by Hermès, A la nuit by Serge Lutens, Amarige Mariage by Givenchy, Mage d'Orient by Comptoir Sud Pacifique, Délices by Cartier, Eau jeune by l'Orientale, Éclat de jasmin by Armani, In Bali by Kenzo, Gardenia by Chanel, Jardins de Bagatelle by Guerlain... Jasmine is present in both men's and women's fragrances. At Bon Parfumeur jasmine is present in the floral fragrance 103 with tiare flower and hibiscus or in cologne 002 with neroli and white amber. We also find jasmine in our fruity composition 202 alongside watermelon and redcurrant. We thus find it in fragrances of various types: floral perfumes, oriental perfumes, woody perfumes...it's all a question of dosage! Obviously, before knowing which olfactory family to choose, it is necessary to identify which type of perfumes you wish. Our perfume guide is there to help you!