One of the most popular groups of notes is “white flowers”. The aroma profile is easy to recognize and understand: light, luxurious, lively, narcotic and fragrant. Not all white flowers are part of this profile (for example, lily of the valley is classified as a “green” scent), the presence in the group being conditioned by a crystalline chemical compound called indole. Indole was discovered when, when treating indigo with an oleic compound, something with an interesting smell resulted, later called ind-ol. Chemically, indole is an aromatic heterocyclic organic compound, which contains a six-atom benzene ring, glued to a pyrrole ring containing five nitrogen atoms (don’t worry, we’ll clarify immediately); thus, compounds containing an “indole ring” (sequence of molecules) are appropriately referred to as “indoles”. Indole is often used as a scapegoat for heavy odors, but the truth is a little more benign although, yes, indoles are weird. As proof that it is not so bad, let us take the fact that indoles have escaped, in chemistry, with a neutral name; on the other hand, we have cadaverine, putrescine (for the stench of garbage), skatole means shit) or butyric acid (the smell of ranced butter). The nature is difficult to describe; it has a strange, fleshy, sweet smell, a little rotten; many describe it as “the smell of moths”, decrepit, organic, juicy, fermented, fragrant, fecal… in a way, an olfactory signature of the concept of Eros & Thanatos. It is interesting to note that a common derivative is the amino acid tryptophan, a precursor of serotonin, a sedative of human neurotransmitters essential in human anatomy. Maybe, somewhere, white flowers have their meaning deeper than as a classic ingredient in universal perfumery. Well, unlike many of the flowers in the botanical kingdom, white flowers do not have the aesthetic appeal of colored petals to attract insects to help pollinate them, so they use another weapon: the smell. White flowers have some of the most fiery and complex scents and, as you can imagine, these strong scents can be combined in a variety of fascinating ways, resulting in bold and beautiful scents that often feel voluptuous and exotic.
Gucci Flora Gorgeous Gardenia for Women
Gucci Flora Gorgeous Gardenia for Women is a captivating scent that celebrates the joy of springtime. This fragrance is perfect for days when you want to feel feminine and optimistic. It features notes of juicy blackberry, sweet freesia, and enchanting gardenia that work together to create a memorable scent. The versatility of this fragrance makes it perfect for any occasion. Whether you’re dressing up for a night out or just trying to feel more confident during your day-to-day routine, this fragrance will help you achieve your goals.
The white flower theme continues throughout the fragrance, with top notes of sweet bergamot and exotic mandarin. These are balanced by the medium notes of romantic jasmine and fresh lily of the valley. Finally, the base notes provide a subtle warmth with their blend of amber and sandalwood. Combined, these scents provide a complex aroma that is sure to please everyone around you. Additionally, the longevity of this fragrance ensures that you’ll be able to enjoy its bouquet all day long. And if you’re looking for something extra special, the bottle form is designed to resemble a blooming flower.
Gucci Flora Gorgeous Gardenia for Women is a beautiful scent that will make you feel confident and happy. Whether you’re heading to work or out on the town, this fragrance is sure to turn heads.
24 Faubourg Hermes Perfume
Introducing 24 Faubourg Hermes, a captivating fragrance that celebrates the unique character of each woman. Whether you’re drawn to the sweet floralcy of white flowers or the sultry depth of woody notes, this perfume is perfect for versatile wear. The top notes are a bright blend of citrus and floral essences, while the medium notes evoke the sensuality of white flowers. Finally, the base notes lend a rich and exotic scent, perfect for making an impression. With its long-lasting power and distinctive sillage, this perfume is sure to make you feel confident and beautiful all day long. The sleek bottle is also a luxurious addition to your vanity.
Ormonde Jayne AMBRE ROYAL
The unrivaled king of fragrances, Ambre Royal epitomizes regal refinement. From the first spritz, you’ll appreciate the fragrance’s rich notes of bergamot, lemon and white flowers. These top notes give way to a heart of rose, jasmine and ylang-ylang, while the base notes of sandalwood, amber and vanilla create an unforgettable impression. Thanks to its unique versatility, Ambre Royal can be worn at any time of day or night, making it the perfect fragrance for any occasion. What’s more, the long-lasting scent ensures you’ll enjoy its delicious aroma all day long. And with its gorgeous bottle design, this is a fragrance you’ll be proud to display in your home.
Serge Lutens – Fleurs d’Oranger
Serge Lutens – Fleurs d’Oranger is a fragrance that features white flower notes and is versatile enough for both day and evening wear. The top notes are a blend of citrus and floral essences, with bergamot and neroli providing a bright opening. The middle notes are a bouquet of white florals, including jasmine, lily of the valley, and orris root. The base notes are a seductive mix of woodsy and musky essences, with sandalwood and ambergris providing a warm finish. Serge Lutens – Fleurs d’Oranger has excellent longevity and sillage, and comes in a beautiful bottle that makes it the perfect gift for any occasion.