There are many more floral fragrances that are used to create perfume compositions, fragrances and fragrances. But do not forget about fruit notes, in particular citrus. They tend to create beautiful top notes, forming a light cloud of beautiful bouquet.
Fruits not only cause us exalted feelings of beauty, but also affect our appetite. The aroma of sweet orange or coconut, black currant or grapes can trigger an increase in appetite. Therefore, do not be surprised by the stormy reaction of those around you, if in the morning you are wearing a perfumery scent with pronounced fruit and tasty notes.
Citrus aromas and fragrances form their own group in perfumery. Typically, these smells are used to create the top notes of the perfume. Thanks to them, perfume or toilet water acquire lightness, freshness and juiciness. The aroma of citruses somewhat raises the general mood of the composition, makes it airy, clean, light. Perfumes often contain citrus notes. Recently aromas of pomelo, hassak, yuzu and grapefruit have spread. From citrus fruits, it is easy to get essential oil. Cold-pressed citrus peel produces fragrant oil. Citrus fragrance goes well with floral and fruity aromas, diluting their thick sweet smell.
The most popular citrus, which is used in the industry of perfumery and aromatization, is orange or, as it is also called, bitter orange. Unlike sweet orange, bitter has a slightly more pungent aroma, more saturated and effective. Not only the synthetic fragrance of orange is popular, but also its natural oil. Its aroma is able to invigorate the nervous system, have a tonic effect on the body. Two aromatic products can be obtained from this plant at once: aromatic petitgrain oil from the leaves, and neroli oil from flowers.
Sweet orange has a sensual sweet aroma that gives freshness to the initial notes of perfume. The aroma of orange, both in the format of natural essential oil, and synthetic fragrances, has sweet notes, refreshing, slightly floral, refined and with a small citrus bitterness.
The aroma of lime refreshes the perfume, bringing it sour-fresh notes. Due to this property, lime fragrance can refresh and decorate the top notes of many perfume compositions.
A hybrid of lemon and orange is a citrus fruit bergamot. We are all familiar with its aroma thanks to flavored teas, which include food flavor “bergamot”. In perfumery use nonfood perfume fragrance, which copies the flavor of natural citrus. By itself, the smell of bergamot is sweet, but when combined with a perfume composition, it is able to give it bitterness, freshness, makes the aroma more tender.
Absolutely another group of flavors includes fruit. They also include berry aromas. Such fragrances and flavors are commonly used in perfumery, as well as for flavoring household detergents. Over time, the flavors not only do not lose their popularity, but are increasingly gaining commitment to consumer tastes. Sometimes there are also experimental flavors of vegetables, which are used as a kind of experience, the raisins of perfume. For example, the smell of cucumber is used as a refreshing flavoring, and carrot seeds make a powdery note in a perfume or cosmetic. Since it is almost impossible to extract natural fragrance from fruits and vegetables by the method of distillation, synthetic fragrances, which recreate the fragrance with the help of chemical components, usually get into perfume and cosmetics.
Cherry fragrance is a combination of sweetness, sourness, deep velvety and at the same time the smell is somewhat tart. In the men’s perfume and cosmetics, this smell is almost not found, as it is a purely feminine fragrance. Sometimes it can be seen in unisex perfumes.
Berries and leaves of black currant have a pronounced specific flavor, which is quite often used in perfumery – in the upper and middle notes. This aroma is thick, rich, always recognizable. Passionate shades of currant fragrance allow you to use the fragrance in the evening heavy oriental perfume.
Coconut fragrance has a bright sweet aroma, which has a steady association with exotic and heavenly delight. Coconut has a rich creamy, characteristic sweet aroma, which is quite recognizable. Although this perfume is not quite a typical perfumery, nevertheless, the flavor of coconut is often used to create “tasty” perfumes, with mouthwatering notes.
The grape scent is not part of the perfume as a synthetic perfume, but as an extract. As a rule, these are chic perfumes that are more likely to belong to prestigious, even chic perfumes. The grape aroma is slightly tart, sweet, with a slight sourness. He brings an element of luxury in a perfumery bouquet.