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Floral perfumes appeared in the 20th century and are inspired directly by nature. They are developed around one or more floral scents, and regroup a variety of creations. We distinguish between two types of floral perfumes: soliflores, which are based on single floral aromas, and floral bouquets, which are an arrangement of multiple floral notes.
Floral perfumes are composed of a variety of ingredients, such as lily of the valley, rose, violet, iris, and frangipani. It is possible to enrich these perfumes with green, fruity, or spicy notes, to unveil all the beauty of an olfactory composition.
Characterised by their softness and subtlety, the essential oils or absolutes are principally used as middle notes to strengthen the endurance of a pleasant, floral scent.