Mimosa In Perfumery
Native to Australia and cultivated in India and Morocco, mimosa grows wild in the South of France, an environment in which it thrives. Its powdery, downy scent is one of winter’s loveliest in the Northern Hemisphere.
Its absolute gives off floral and green facets, as well as straw tones that add roundness and warmth to compositions. Discover the many faces of this flower of the garrigues by journeying through botany, art, gastronomy, history, agriculture and chemistry without overlooking, of course, perfume and perfumers.
Authors: Éléonore de Bonneval, Olivier R.P. David, Jeanne Doré, Anne-Sophie Hojlo, Delphine de Swardt