FLORALS

The largest fragrance group is also the most self-explanatory. Floral scents add a romantic touch to a composition, alleviating some of the heaviness of more tenacious ingredients. Many flowers – like rose, jasmine, tuberose, lavender, osmanthus, immortelle, ylang ylang and marigold – are easy to use in their natural state. 
This family is composed of a large variety of creations ranging from sumptuous bouquet arrangements to “soli flora’ compositions – a traditional scent with floral tones such as rose, jasmine, or gardenia that venture into fruit scents such as peaches or berries.