Patchouli In Perfumery
Patchouli in Perfumery
Once seen as a scent favoured by courtesans and hippies, patchouli has become a key ingredient in today’s perfumery. Its warm, woody and complex fragrance provides the perfect setting for fresher notes to run free, especially in chypre and oriental perfumes. Explore every aspect of this exotic plant, from botany, history, art, gastronomy, literature, agriculture and chemistry, to the perfumers who use it and the perfumes they create.
Authors: Eléonore de Bonneval, Olivier R.P. David, Jeanne Doré, Will Inrig & Delphine de Swardt
Publication Date: 24 October 2019
Pages: 96 pgs