Soliflores: A Return to Restful Symplicity
Fragrance Notes

Soliflores: A Return to Restful Symplicity

Soliflores, or single note fragrances, were all the rage during the 19th century. Back then, most fragrances could be classified into 7 olfactory families. But by 1945, due to advances in perfumery compound design, modern perfumery took over with vague, mood-centric compositions like Jicky by Guerlain (1889) and Chanel No. 5 (1921). 

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You Know Yuzu?
Fragrance Notes

You Know Yuzu?

America meet yuzu. One of the freshest, cleanest, most vibrant citruses on the planet. This little fruit has been touted in foodie chef circles as the next big thing to hit the US. And it’s not surprising why.

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