Nomenclature

Efflor_esce Sample

  • This is a 2.25 ml spray sample. Find the full bottle here.  

    Paradisone is the offspring of Hedione, an analogue of a compound naturally present in jasmine, which is one of the most widely-used materials in perfumery. In Efflor_esce that perfected jasmine scent twines with delicate petals of neroli, tuberose and osmanthus spread over a bed of fresh bergamot peels. Close your eyes and let this fragrance transport you to a Sicilian orchard at springtime, as the breeze blows through your hair and the beauty of time stands still.

     

    Want to learn more about Paradisone? Head over to Mark Behnke's blog, Colognoisseur, for a great read on how Hedione gave birth to Paradisone, 40 years later.

     

    Notes include paradisone, neroli, tuberose, bergamot, bigarade, and osmanthus.

     

     

  • Nomenclature, the New York house that celebrates the science of perfumery. Efflor_esce was created by perfumer Frank Voelkl of Firmenich. 
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