Like getting smacked in the face with a fruit basket, this fragrance family is rich with notes of ripe lemon, lime, and grapefruit. Not to mention it also captures some of the simple pleasures in life, like fresh-cut grass and violet leaves.
Settling down to one thing can be so...boring. That’s why this fragrance family loves to go back and forth between floral and spicy notes - giving you a taste of heady fragrances like musk, vanilla and precious woods, as well as exotic florals, amber and spicy scents.
You don’t need a degree in horticulture to see that this fragrance family has a lot going on. When in full bloom, this family typically includes notes of jasmine, rose, white peony, gardenia, and tuberose. When we add a subtle touch of wood or fruit, this family can also produce a finish that’s as soft and powdery as a bed of rose petals.
Not trying to blow your mind, but this fragrance family smells just like the outdoors (shocker, right?) With base notes of wood, bark, or fibrous roots, these fragrances can be complex with the help of heavier notes such as dry woods, moss, sandalwood, cedar and patchouli.