Spicy notes

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However, we distinguish two families of spices,

hot and cold ones.
When we talk about hot spices, we are talking about cinnamon, nutmeg or cloves.
Cold spices correspond to cardamom and ginger.
Hot spices bring sensuality to a fragrance, while cold spices bring spicy and modern notes.
We could almost add another family of spices with cumin which brings more of an animal note.
Perfumes with spicy notes exist for both men and women.
These are assertive and truly powerful perfumes.
Among the best known, we can cite the very legendary “Opium”, by Yves Saint-Laurent, which is still very successful with women.
Beautiful spicy combinations
Spicy notes are very often combined with other notes to create a perfume.
“Spicies”, as they are called, are in the majority of cases the signature of a great creator who likes to surprise.
The first spicy perfume was “Shalimar” by Guerlain, created in 1925.
For this one, the top note is bergamot, to which are added heart notes, jasmine, iris, rose. Finally, in the base notes we find vanilla, caramel, tonka beans, amber and patchouli… Besides.
the richness of the spices goes very well with floral or fruity notes.
The “Fidji” perfume by Guy Laroche is a perfect example!
A spicy/foral that has seduced millions of women. Among the spicy notes, we recognize sandalwood, white musk and even clove.
These are subtly combined with floral notes such as violet, jasmine, rose and hyacinth… A truly incredible result!
Very little used at the beginning of perfume creation
the spicy note is now known and recognized for its captivating effect.
Perfumes with spicy fragrances are defined as warm, spicy, modern, sensual and above all exceptional!
Associated with different olfactory families, spice brings surprising and above all very feminine compositions.
Spice is added to many fragrances, such as floral, fruity, woody or citrus.
Today's creators have understood this well... The results give absolutely captivating perfumes, very popular with women.

Written by: Keevans
Category: Perfumes
Published: May 17, 2024
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