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Perfume Classification

Perfume, Classification of Fragrances The first comprehensive method of classifying the fragrances of perfume ingredients was proposed by Rimmel at the end of the 19th century.His classification, slightly modified to accord with later terminology, was as follows.Perfume sprayis necessary

 

Class

Type

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Almondy

Bitter almor

Laurels, peach kernals, mirbane

 

Amber

Ambergris

Oak moss 

 

Anise

Aniseed

Badiane, caraway, dill, fennel, coriander


Balsamic

Vanilla

Balsam of Tolu, balsam of Peru,benzoin, styrax, tonka


Camphoraceous

 

Camphor

 

Rosemary, patchouli

Caryophyllaceous

 

Clove

 

Carnation, clove-pink

Citrine

Lemon

Bergamot, orange, cedrat, limes


Fruity

Pear

Apple, pineapple, quince


Jasmin

Jasmine

Lily of the Valley


Lavender

Lavender

Spike, thyme, serpolet, marjoram


Minty

Peppermint  

 

Spearmint, balm, me, sage


Musky

Musk

Civet, ambrette seed, musk plant

 

Orange flower

 

Neroli

 

Acacia, syringa, orange leaves

Rosaceous

  

Rose

Geranium, sweet briar, rhodium

Sandal

  

Sandalwood

 

Vetivert, cedarwood

Spicy

  

Cinnamon

Cassia, nutmeg, mace, pimento

Tuberose

  

Tuberose

 

Lily, jonquil, narcissus, hyacinth

Violet

Violet

 

Cassie, orris-root, mignonette

2012-07-31
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