This largest fragrant group encompasses numerous versions of compositions with a floral heart: freshly picked flowers, flowers with aquatic, green or powdery nuances, as well as floral-aldehyde, floral-fruity and gourmand compositions.
Originator of this group is the famous Chanel no.5 created by Ernest Beaux for the house of Chanel in 1921. The complicated floral composition of this perfume incorporates a large dose of aldehydes, a synthetic component used for the first in a perfume by Ernest Beaux.
Fresh compositions of this olfactive group include sea water nuances or notes of aquatic flowers and herbs.
Floral fruity perfumes have flooded the market since mid 1990es, on the base of significant rejuvenation of perfume user audience, as a result of democratization of the industry. Compositions of this group are refreshing, light, and airy, with a sweet, fruity nuance. The range of floral fruity fragrance is constantly being expanded.
Floral Woody Musk
Obligatory floral domination was enriched with woody and/or musky accords in this group, which adds depth and warmth, as well as powdery nuances to the whole composition
Green notes of grass and leaves introduce freshness and tartness in a floral composition, and leave an impression of freshly picked flowers.
Floral Fruity Gourmand
The range of floral fruity fragrances is constantly being expanded. This is why we separated floral fruity fragrances with gourmand nuances of caramel, sugar, chocolate, candies etc. into a special category.
In our base, the Amber range includes a range of products including